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archon

(in ancient Athens) one of the nine chief magistrates.
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47km | Calories burnt: 805 We also gave a fitness tracker to a street cleansing operative, who asked to remain anonymous, and they were surprised by the stats that were racked up, burning more than 800 calories on the day they wore the Archon device.
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After the Archon transaction, Greystar will manage approximately 170,000 units in 100 markets nationwide and be more than 4,800 team members strong.
105 Challenger Road was originally acquired by an Archon subsidiary and subsequently fully leased to Samsung.
Since then, the collective efforts of the world's leading research institutions, pioneering companies and the teams that have entered the Archon X PRIZE for Genomics competition, are lowering the cost of sequencing to the point where personal genomics for members of the public is now possible.
Sam Morreale, regional director, Fred Arena, regional director, and John McNamara, director of disposition, led this transaction on behalf of Archon.
The company maintains its corporate offices in Irving, TX, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Archon Group, LP (Archon), a real estate asset and management company.
23 million s/f in New Jersey from the Archon Group, has named Cushman & Wakefield of New Jersey, Inc.
23 million s/f of space from the Archon Group in New Jersey.
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2 million acquisition of two retail properties from the Archon Group.