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Deep Down specialises in complex deepwater and ultra-deepwater oil production distribution system support services.
Ron Smith, CEO of Deep Down, said, "These awards represent a major milestone for the company.
The closing, subject to several conditions, including Deep Down getting financing via a private placement, is seen within a month.
Sadie is putting on a brave face but deep down is shocked by the whole thing, too," the source added.
We know deep down if we go out there on a Saturday and put on a good performance, we have enough to come away with at least a point.
Yes, that time has arrived once more when we all go out and pretend we're having a great time when deep down we know we're not having a great time, and we all tell each other how wonderful the future is going to be when deep down we know it's not going to be very wonderful.
She gets down and dirty for Liza, a Muddy Waters-style blues including unlikely faux rap, and cranks up the amp for the aural assault of Deep Down.
He discovered that the base of the bat's tongue is deep down in the animal's ribcage, near the heart, rather than at the back of its jaw.
I laugh it off, but deep down there's a permanently embedded resentment that I refuse to relinquish.
Nature is never spent, There lives the dearest freshness deep down things.
You'll think/ in veins deep down and connect/ to the ground you/ grow from,/speak the tongue of gratitude,/be a two-legged who/ has a mind.
He laughed/from deep down and went on silently:/What nonsense Heloise and Abelard, History/ and Time, What nonsense Life and Death,/cats and words and poems.