BARLO

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BARLOBolton Accredited Residential Landlords Organisation (UK)
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(59) In its arguments, Barlo advocated that CERCLA liability be read narrowly to encompass only those with fee title, while Commander Oil pressed for a more expansive interpretation that rested primarily on the right to control the property.
Three companies which are part of the Quinn group - Quinn Plastics GmbH, Quinn Plastics NV and Quinn Barlo Ltd - lodged an appeal at the EU Court of Justice (ECJ), in August 2006, in order to get the decision repealed or their fine reduced.
The three-year period of much-appreciated support from Barlo Radiators comes to an end and a new club and shirt sponsor will be required.
The case was filed with help from Barlo Signs, a Hudson-based sign maker that owns a factory in Mexico and makes about $12 million in yearly revenue.
The European Commission cracked down on chemicals groups Arkema, Degussa, ICI, Lucite and Quinn Barlo for cartel activity between 1997 and 2002 in the acrylic glass sector, fining the companies a total of 344,562,500 on 31 May.
Other offenders included Quinn Barlo, Arkema and German firm Degussa, which was spared a fine after claiming immunity for whistle blowing.
Fellow UK company Lucite International was fined pounds 17m with Quinn Barlo, based in Ireland, Belgium and Germany, was fined more than pounds 6m.
The copolyester sheet used for Bright's geodesic concept is produced by Barlo Plastics, and is then supplied to U.K.
Acrylic sheets from Barlo Plastics were chosen by international furniture designer Tom Dixon for his showpiece stand at Milan Furniture Fair 2004.
(11.) Silas is reminiscent of King Barlo from Jean Toomer's short story "Esther." Barlo, described as the "best cotton picker in the county, in the state, in the whole world for that matter" (Cane 25), is the prototype for Silas, as both men have succeeded working the land in spite of the odds.
The house, Clancool, last came to public attention just nine years ago when it was snapped up by its previous owner, Dr Tony Mullins, chief executive of the Barlo Group, for EUR857,250.
At the end of "Becky," when the unnamed narrator and Barlo return to town to tell of their frightening experience in Becky's house, "folks crowded round to get the true word of it" (13, emphasis added).