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PowaPOS gave us a single, clearly communicated SDK and excellent support, resulting in a solution that works seamlessly with the Nobly POS software and our EMV payment device, said Sebastiaan Bruinsma, co-founder, Nobly POS.
Dedicated on August 9, 1912, the UCV statue located in front of the Courthouse in Columbus displays this phrase: "This monument is erected in honor of the soldiers of Lowndes County who nobly dared life and fortune in defense of the Southern Confederacy.
It's put that right via new spots with Olympic hopefuls like Mo Farah and that bloke who does the pommel horse nobly putting his swingers on the line every time he warms up.
Protestant emphasis, beginning so nobly in the early Martin Luther, has grown externally rationalistic, humanistic and service-minded.
And the man who led Sadler's Wells out of his famous blue and white box and stood patiently while the 14-times champion sire stared nobly into space as cameras clicked and his observers gasped, yesterday reflected on what it was like to work with a legend.
Through the years the pyres of death have nobly finished strife, For Vikings and for Indians have this way ended life.
The first thing you need is a commitment to and passion for this industry and each of you has demonstrated that nobly," said Lenore Janis, president of Professional Women in Construction National, on May 20 at the 189th annual graduation ceremony of the Mechanics Institute, the education program of The General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen.
It is for us, the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced.
The adjective "Macedonian" is the identity code of the Republic of Macedonia and Macedonia is a full-fledged member of the Council of Europe and it will nobly preside over this European body.
Their actions were often nobly inspired but what was produced was 'an unstable new order' which is now undergoing yet another foreign-inspired tinkering.
As a fellow-pacifist, Bertrand Russell remarked: "It is preoccupation with possession, more than anything else, that prevents man from living freely and nobly.
The classical theory of electromagnetism, as conceived by Maxwell, has served nobly for 130 years, says Funaro (U.