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Markit and Deutsche BE[micro]rse are global fintech leaders whose clients will benefit from the technology firms Illuminate is already backing.
The runner-up has since given the form a boost with a three-length margin in a Listed contest at Naas, and, with a big step forward anticipated from first to h ed and, second start, Illuminate can take her career tally to two wins from as many outings.
There are a number of other stimulating essays in this book that will enrich Milton scholarship, enliven its debates, and illuminate further the historical and polemical contexts of Milton's writings.
For this exhibition, he created two works that make no reference to the architectural characteristics of the building, accentuating the pictorial instead, which nonetheless illuminates the space of the gallery in all its detail.
com recently formed Illuminate Media and Scrobage TV to create content for online media outlets like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon.
Yet at a certain time in history these volumes were of great significance and can illuminate an important aspect of Jewish history.
Despite the addition in the 1960s of pole-mounted floodlights to illuminate the roadway, plans to light the entire structure never materialized.
Her use of periodical and archival sources here is extended by judicious reference to works in geography, social theory and anthropology that illuminate general and concrete issues of the formation of a public sphere.
NASDAQ:ADSK) has acquired Illuminate Labs, a privately held maker of lighting technology for game development.