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NASDAQ: TUSK) has closed the acquisition of substantially all of the assets of US-based proppant, industrial silica and construction aggregate supplier Chieftain Sand and Proppant, LLC for USD 36m in cash, the company said.
Possibly Barmouth's most iconic boat, The Chieftain is the one lifeboat that everyone remembers.
It is impossible that Lapu-Lapu led the Battle of Mactan because, based on the description of the survivors, the chieftain was very old, about 70 years old [at the time], he said.
United States-based Indian has introduced a Dark Horse version of the Chieftain.
This new offering is a partnership via the founders of two firms that would assure Chieftain become part of the independent Creata global network and would be headed by Chieftain CEO Steve Fontanot, who takes the titles CEO and creative director.
47): T1 Vatican Hermes 12-1, T2 Taylors Sky 10-11, T3 Ballymac Denis 7-2, T4 Alien Planet 9-2, T5 Boher Chieftain 10-1, T6 Fridays Daryl 7-1.
Chieftain Sand owns and operates two frac sand production plants in Wisconsin and Arkansas.
He will arrive at Barmouth on Sunday with The Chieftain for a dedication ceremony at the lifeboat house.
The results were boosted significantly by the strong performance of Newcastle-based Chieftain Group, which the Yorkshire company purchased two years ago for pounds 18.
Joined by a slew of guests, including Linda Ronstadt and Lila Downs, Cooder and head Chieftain Paddy Moloney pump out irresistible party grooves that are a striking contrast to the defeat and death encountered by their real-life subjects.
ENGINEERING services group Chieftain today posted a 43% hike in its fortunes.
Chieftain Construction wants to build a 32-storey tower behind Liverpool's Lime Street station, containing a 160-bedroom hotel and about 150 apartments.