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inflection

noun accent, accentuation, cadence, expression, intonation, modulation, pitch, stress, tone, voice change
Associated concepts: demeanor of a witness, polygraph test
See also: intonation, stress
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Having previously advised Inflexion on oil and gas sector investments including both Viking Moorings and SMD, we have again drawn on both our private equity and our oil and gas sector expertise to assist Inflexion on their latest investment, which also saw Equistone make a successful exit.
CMOs collaboration with Inflexion coincides with the successful completion of the first stage in their long term business plan to develop the world's most configurable, versatile and user friendly HSE / GRC software solution.
Kerala's Gulf connection could reach its inflexion point in a matter of 4-5 years" the survey adds.
Helen Stewart remains as operations director and Inflexion will have two non-executive directors on the new board.
Iain Jamieson, Portfolio Director at Inflexion Private Equity, said "This has
He and three partners formed InfleXion Therapeutics in the BioVentures business incubator to develop a process of customizing antibodies to block the effects of PCP or methamphetamine on the brain.
The equipment was developed for the two-way high-speed InFLEXion protocol developed by Motorola that supports voice and data messaging.
UIs and UI logic are developed, managed and configured using the Inflexion UI Express PC tool, and then run on an efficient and powerful embedded engine.
According to reports yesterday, the education listings service Hotcourses, which Mr Hunt co-founded in the 1990s, could be sold to private equity firm Inflexion for PS35m.
A company that provides broadband, TV and telephony services to over 250,000 customers in Britain and Europe, CableCom Networking, has gone through a secondary acquisition supported by Inflexion Private Equity.
To listen to his Radio 5 Live weather reports is to be taken back to childhood; with his soft cadence and onomatopoeic inflexion, one could almost be listening to something from Watch With Mother, or Tales From The Riverbank.
HKI's private equity owner Inflexion had previously sold its Alcester-based UK subsidiary CHKS to Capita in February, in a deal also advised by Catalyst.