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(OTC: CIAU) plans to accelerate the pending acquisition of telecommunications operational support system company with an average annual revenue of USD 1.2m, the group said.
Two short stories from Ciau Masino, written in 1931-1932 but published posthumously in 1968, provide some of the earliest examples of betrayed men who use specious logic to repress signs of weakness, to fabricate and bolster a virile self-image, and to justify murder.
After-all, the doormat-victim can be abandoned or even beaten and killed, as in the above-mentioned Temporale d'estate' and in 'Carogne,' the penultimate story of Ciau Masino, but the song of the siren is impossible to resist and sends men to their doom.
Channer, 25, played his final university game at the Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU) championships in Halifax in March.
Channer has been one of the main reasons the Marauders have qualified for the CIAU tournament in each of the past five years.
Although he's in the running, Channer says he would gladly trade his nomination in for a CIAU championship ring.
These features will later find their creative expression in the novel Il compagno and in the short stories of Ciau Masino.
(OTC: CIAU) plans to acquire a telecommunications operational support system company with a ten-year operating history providing network management and billing services to emerging market carriers, the group said.