GLUD


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AcronymDefinition
GLUDGrupo Linux Universidad Distrital (Spanish)
GLUDGeneralised Land Use Database (UK)
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The company's exclusive use of SpecMetrix systems affirms Glud & Marstrand's long-standing commitment to coating quality excellence and the highest film weight process control standards.
Per Glud Ovesen [ID], (1) Jens Fuglsang, (1) Mette Bisgaard Andersen, (1) Charlotte Wolff, (1) Olav Bjorn Petersen, (1) and H.
Glud and Marstrand is now the only manufacturer that offers an aluminium seafood packaging range consisting of Club, Dingley and Hansa, all conical cans with a fully-curled easy-open lid solution.
The company is the only coatings manufacturer to use micro-fibres in its paints and Group product manager Andreas Glud explains the value of this technology:
Bennett who succeeds Martin Glud, the former CEO, will bring to FRiENDi mobile his 15 years of experience in the telecom industry handling both consumer and business products and services.
Our new partA[degrees] nership with BankDhofar will proA[degrees] vide our customers with additional options and a larger network to recharge their prepaid accounts," said Martin Glud, CEO of FRiENDi.
At the signing ceremony the bank was represented by Abdul Hakim bin Omar Ojaili, Acting Chief Executive and Marwan Mohammed Al Zadjali, Head of eBanking, on the other hand FRiEnDi mobile represented by Martin Glud, Chief Executive Officer and Adnan Al Alawi, Chief Operating Officer.
The occurrence of calcareous red and brown crusts is typical of the crustose vegetation of most other Arctic sublittoral inshore habitats (Wilce, 1994; Glud et al., 2009; Konar and Iken, 2005).
While, "It is unwarranted to explain the opacity of interiority" it is also the case that "Face (ngo), honor (go 'phang) and reputation (gtam) are critical components of Tibetan personhood and marks of humanity." Where these are denied (for example by the Chinese state) the otherwise obscure "true face" of the self is, in self-immolation, vindicated in the public gaze not merely in its own defense but trans-personally, as da Col explains of the synecdochic substitution (glud), whereby "a single self-immolator could protect and benefit the whole Tibetan nation."