ARIVA

AcronymDefinition
ARIVAAdvanced Research in Interactive Visualization for Analysis
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Alteem has completed several projects in the power and energy sector along with Ariva and Alstom in Bahrain such as erection and maintenance of power stations and sub-stations all over the island.
US pulp and paper marketer Central National-Gottesman Inc (CNG) said it had agreed to buy, via its Lindenmeyr Munroe unit, the US operations of Canadian Domtar Corp's (TSE:UFS) Ariva paper distribution business.
"People make assumptions that if you are low-income you're dumb about finances," said Dillon, who left Morgan Stanley in 2002 to help open Ariva and work on the plan for CheckSpring.
The watchdog group Action on Smoking and Health, accuses the tobacco giants of "encouraging children and young people to use a product containing nicotine." The companies have promised to wrap each 20-pack box of Ariva "cigaletts" in "child resistant" packaging.
Here again, the voyage-eclair is accomplished in a line or two, although one could hardly describe the charming chantefable as epic; thus: 'Li nes u Aucassins estoit ala par mer waucrant qu'ele ariva au castel de Biaucaire; et les gens du pais cururent au lagan, si troverent Aucassin, si le reconurent' [...] (XXIV, p.
The American giant does millions of pounds' worth of business with the racing operations of the Northampton-based specialist engineering company and had expressed concern that one of its most important engine suppliers might fall into the hands of ariva l manufacturer.
l'ho udito cantar un mottetto suo in chiesa con alquante tiradinette per entro et garbitti con honesto trillo, la voce e grata assai ma non fonda troppo, et spicca multo la parola, et la voce sua ariva ad un tenore con gratezza del senso et e sicurissimo nel cantare.(51)
Mettler-Toledo's Ariva line of checkout solutions, adds Dille, focuses on speed, accuracy and ease of integration to point-of-sale systems, delivering reliability where retailers need it most.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 23, 2013-Central National-Gottesman Inc to acquire Ariva Operations in the US for undisclosed fee(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
23 July 2013 a[euro]" US pulp and paper marketer Central National-Gottesman Inc (CNG) said it had agreed to buy, via its Lindenmeyr Munroe unit, the US operations of Canadian Domtar Corp's (TSE:UFS) Ariva paper distribution business.
Phil Booker, Ariva's commercial director, said: "We would ask this gentleman to contact us with details of the date, time and service he travelled on so we can fully investigate."