DOLFIN


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DOLFINDynamic Object-oriented Library for Finite Element Computation
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The transaction expands and diversifies Dolfin's client base considerably, adding around 300 new wealth management accounts to the business, with an additional USD 800m of client assets bringing the total of Dolfin's client assets to more than USD 3bn.
Dolfin said the new client base dovetails well with its existing international footprint and emerging markets specialism, with concentrations in Asia, UK/Channel Islands and Eastern Europe, as well as Western/Southern Europe and Middle East/Africa.
Glazerman, S., Isenberg, E., Dolfin, S., Bleeker, M., Johnson, A., Grider, M., & Jacobus, M.
[5.] Modan M, Peles E, Halkin H, Nitzan H, Azaria M, Gitel S, Dolfin D, Modan B.
Thomas, from Dolfin Villas, Hazelrigg, said: "It is the best Christmas present - the holiday will be the highlight of my year.
Thomas, from Dolfin Villas, Hazelrigg, said: "It is the best Christmas present -- the holiday will be the highlight of my year.
E., Isenberg, S., Dolfin, M., Bleeker, A., Johnson, M., Grider, M., & Jacobus, M.
Treat yourself to Swiss or Belgian chocolate like Leonidas, Lderach, Villars and Dolfin. 49 S.
Dolfin II Series 2x2 Troffers from aeternusLED are patent-pending reflective indirect LED luminaires designed to replace lighting systems that utilize 2x2 U-shaped fluorescent tubes and 400-W metal halide high-bay lighting fixtures.
Lo Sasso, Lurie Ithai, and Sarah Dolfin, "Immigrants and employer-sponsored health insurance, Health Services Research, February 2007, pp.
(9.) Jaber L, Dolfin T, Shohat T, Halpern GJ, Reish O, Fejgin M Prenatal diagnosis for detecting congenital malformations: acceptance among Israeli Arab women.