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PROWPublic Right Of Way
PROWProthonotary Warbler (bird species)
PROWProtein Reviews on the Web
PROWProgrammatic Registry Operations Workgroup (immunization registries)
PROWPublic Relations Oliver Weidenhammer (Heidelberg, Germany)
PROWProperty and Right-of-Way (Florida)
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our network of customers," said Roland Hashem, Managing Director of PROW.
We are delighted to extend Expandium and AppCentrix's solutions into the GCC marketplace through our network of customers," said Roland Hashem, Managing Director of PROW.
Naoris and PROW have signed a partnership that will include a thorough assessment of PROW's Middle East framework, following implementation of Naoris' ecosystem across PROW's key data infrastructures.
In the video is seen that the immigrant, who was rescued alive at the end of the operation, is being rescued successfully on the prows of sunken boat by teams of helicopter belonging to Turkish Coast Guard and also seen how he was in dire strait and on the verge of passing away.
Uri Geiger, chairman and managing partner at Accelmed, the main investor in NLT Spine, added, "Prow Fusion 2.0 approvals and the strong product pipeline, strengthens NLT Spine's positioning as a leading innovator in the minimally invasive spine landscape.
2 February 2012 - Israel-based medical technology firm NLT SPINE said on Thursday it had received 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its lumbar interbody fusion device PROW FUSION.
When Kate Winslet stood on the prow of the Titanic in the blockbuster 1997 film, it turned her into an overnight superstar.
Stena Line Stena Line, a Swedish ferry operator, said it is equipping a new ferry, the Stena Jutlandica, with two wind turbines at the prow, which will supply energy and reduce fuel consumption.
the prow of a bobbing launch who lifts from gray, streaming water bits
The day's final agenda session is a much-anticipated presentation by Chuck Prow, Managing Partner, Public Sector, IBM Global Business Services, entitled, "Building a Smarter Planet and Smarter Government with Cloud and Analytics." Prow will be addressing the large-scale factors that are driving change in the public sector and how technology can be used to speed decision making by creating a government that is more transparent as well as making it easier to transmit and access data.