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Nave, a supplier of telecommunications equipment, was founded in 1998 and purchased by ADDvantage in 2014.
Navios Acquisition also agreed to extend the charter rate backstop of the Shinyo Kannika to the Nave Galactic.
The sale of the Nave Galactic transaction has been unanimously approved by a Special Committee of independent directors of Navios acquisition.
In his role, Nave will lead strategic planning, product development, market research, marketing and communications, events, project management and business analytics for HM.
Nave has been bucking the trends since she was a child, with the support of family, teachers and, later, professors at Alcorn State University, who encouraged her scientific pursuits as an undergraduate.
Dixon said yesterday that if anything was nave it was, in fact, the decision of the firms' management to move part of their business to the tax haven.
The church has three naves with dominant central nave.
* CTE concentrators take more and higher level math than their general track counterparts, according to a 2002 National Center for Career and Technical Education (NCCTE) study (2) * The 2004 National Assessment of Vocational Education (NAVE) (3) Final Report found that occupational concentrators increased their 12-grade test scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress NAEP) by about eight scale points in reading and 11 points in math, while students who took little or no CTE coursework increased their reading on NAEP by only four points and showed no improvement in math achievement.