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The Astral 150 life support ventilator received the prestigious Red Dot Product Design Award for 2014.
Astral was the first firm in India to introduce CPVC pipes and fittings, lead-free PVC piping systems and foam core piping systems.
We took nothing for granted when designing the Astral family of life support ventilators," said Geoff Neilson, president of ResMed's Respiratory Care Strategic Business Unit.
Bell's proposed acquisition of Astral was guided by, and complies with, the CRTC's 2008 Diversity of Voices regulatory policy, which specifically stated that it would approve broadcasting transactions resulting in a company controlling less than 35% of total TV audience share.
Astral Light & Creamy feels light on the skin and has a beautiful fragrance.
After a while, however, these insights are laid on so thickly that reading The Astral begins to feel a bit like sitting in on someone else's post-divorce therapy sessions: emotionally honest, yes, but not exactly a day at the fun fair.
Astral Foods chief executive Chris Schutte said the cost of feed had decreased dramatically in the past few months and that the group was looking forward to "excellent results".
The agreement also allows Etihad Crystal Cargo access to seven Astral destinations across Africa: Entebbe, Zanzibar, Dar Es Salaam, Mwanza, Juba, Kigali and Bujumbura.
But four decades after the release of his greatest album, Astral Weeks, the uncompromising star finally agreed to treat them by playing it live in its entirety at the Hollywood Bowl last weekend.
The event is a joint venture with ArtSites Birmingham and the adjoining Astral Community Centre.