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STELLARStatin Therapies for Elevated Lipid Levels Compared Across Doses to Rosuvastatin
STELLARStar Tracker for Economical Long Life Attitude Reference (NASA)
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Stellar has opted for a more individual-focused approach.
3) determine the role of stellar dynamos for the formation and evolution of coronal structures.
Mary Graham, Stellar CEO (UK) will maintain a critical role in the European organisation, assuming the new position of Chief Operating Officer Europe.
The pictures, as well as ones recorded as recently as last month, may shed light on the true nature of the stellar outbursts.
Cushman & Wakefield, W & H Properties, Stellar Management, CB Richard Ellis and L&L Acquisitions.
Total reliability of parts is essential, and certifications such as the one attained by Stellar Microelectronics are among the most reliable indicators of quality.
In Daytona Beach, FL, Stellar is constructing Bethune-Cookman College's Performing Arts Auditorium.
Walbridge, President and Chief Executive Officer of Stellar Business Bank stated, "We are pleased to be able to combine our resources with AltaPacific Bank.
To incentivise our partners and reward network development, we will grant selected partners up to $2,000,000 per grant (paid in XLM) to ensure that they are co-beneficiaries of network growth, said a statement from Stellar.
The Stellar Global business, spanning 4 continents and 8 operating companies, will now be headquartered in Melbourne.
New York-based Stellar and Rockpoint, through its San Francisco office, purchased the unique 115-acre, 3,221-unit property, originally built by Metropolitan Life in 1951, from Carmel Properties and JP Morgan Management Investment for an undisclosed sum.
From the onset, Stellar performed the demographic analysis, site evaluation and real estate incentive negotiations.