George Dunbar's leadership and experience along with his skill as a strategic change agent will help build value for ISTO," Seyedin said.
I am delighted to join ISTO at such an important inflection point in its development," said Dunbar.
ISTO develops spinal therapeutic and sports medicine products.
The use of istos where hos would be more natural is also very strange: though not utterly unparalleled,(6) it tends to reinforce our mistaken first impression of what is flowing in which direction.
10) It is possible that istos in two of Juvenal's manuscripts (K and U) is itself an inadvertent corruption of Ist(h)mos, dropping the tn instead of the t, rather than a conscious effort at a demonstrative pronoun.
12) At the same time, the change of hinc to huc allows us to take the adverb in its natural local meaning, while preserving the `direction' of the thought: Greek wealth and depravity have come to Rome, and huc expresses this in a simpler and much more regular way than ad istos .
17) Finally, colles looks like a conscious interpolation, designed to provide a noun either to agree with istos or for Sybaris (taken as a genitive) to depend on, and perhaps inspired by thoughts of the bare, ruined hills of Sybaris, to which paupertas has flowed.