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SATINSecure Australian Telecommunications and Information Network
SATINSystem Architecture and Traffic Control Integration
SATINSouth Asia Trade and Investment Network
SATINSeniors Access to Information Networks (training program; Australia)
SATINService Area Travelers Interactive Network (traffic and public transit)
SATINSAC Automated Total Information Network
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Thankfully, this time me it's much more wearable as AMBER ER covers GRAAFLAND discovers Paisley print satin top, PS14.99; trousers, PS29.99, both H&M SSatin neckerchief PS2.50, Primark Animal-print jumper, PS35; satin skirt, PS29; black bag, PS28; boots, PS85, all Topshop ( Jumper, PS39.99; satin side split skirt, PS35.99; shoes, PS35.99; earrings, PS12.99, all Mango (shop.
He's very close to Napoli, the club and above all to the city," Satin told Radio Kiss Kiss.
Polo neck, PS49.95; grey satin skirt, PS49.95; bag, PS68; shoes, PS100; necklaces, from PS38, all Anthropologie
New Delhi (India), Dec 16 ( ANI ): One of India's leading microfinance companies the Satin Creditcare Network Limited (SCNL) raised US dollar 30 million Non-convertible debentures (NCD) from the Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO) to accelerate its microfinance lending portfolio.
To make a satin stitch suitable for foam, taper the satin stitch or create a "cap" of stitches.
Satin fabrics move up in weight to heavy satins and crepe-back satins, adding a bit more warmth and a luxurious body to the garment and an elegant finish to the garment inside.
The Satin Traveler is made from satin charmeuse on the front and stretch jersey on the back.
The latest investment follows Satin Creditcare Network's INR1.50bn qualified institutional placement last month and ADB's INR650m investment in April.
GTT Communications Inc (NYSE:GTT), a cloud networking provider to multinational clients, announced on Tuesday the election of Elizabeth Satin to its board of directors.