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At simultaneous meetings, the boards of Aria and MD Foods voted in favorer of a full merger which will go ahead on April 17 subject to the approval of the European competition authorities.
He shall certify to the court the names of the persons making resistance, their aiders, assistants, favorers, and procurers.
That Gismond of Salerne was a particular success is suggested not only by the fact that one of the original authors, Robert Wilmot, chose to revise and publish the play approximately twenty-four years after its original performance (as Tancred and Gismund), but also by the testimony of William Webbe that, after its initial success, 'by the rare and bewtifull perfections appearing in him, hitherto [he has] never wanted great favorers, and loving preservers'.