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The decision to join the Hartlepool-based Extol Trust was prompted by a damning Ofsted inspection of the infant school in 2015 which saw it graded "inadequate", blasting a "lack of rigour" among school bosses.
Ojo-Lanre tasked Ekiti PMAN to steer clear of rhythms that celebrate morality and sing songs which extol values, morality, hard work, honesty and sincerity of purpose.
The contract allows Extol to be appointed as the sole distributor of CEMAS's vibration and hybrid vibration welding machines in the United States and Canada.
6 April 2016 - US-based data communication and integration solutions provider Cleo has acquired US-based data transformation and software integration solutions firm Extol International, the company said.
Berlin, Germany, March 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Primeur, a leading European provider of secure managed file transfer solutions and EXTOL International, a leading provider of e-business integration software and services finalized a partnership agreement today.
AS part of your "Talk up" campaign can I extol the continuing virtues of those two denizens of wisdom and popular sentiment, Ron and Viv Carter-Bonsteel (pictured above).
I wonder if there is a modern (female) writer who might extol the virtues of a good husband and father.
Jacques needs little prompting to extol the benefits of river crayfish, crabs, cassava, dasheen (also known as taro root) and tannias (a tropical root plant).
They extol free enterprise and at various points attack "parasites" who live off the welfare state.
But once Rove was implicated, all the usual Republican suspects made the rounds of the Washington chat shows to extol the master of gutter politics.
IN an interview at the weekend five-month pregnant Stella McCartney made it clear she would not talk about "her family", then proceeded to extol the virtues of late mother Linda and heap praise on her siblings and sister Mary's two children with whom she claims to be "madly in love".
Nuns engaged in convent history wrote to inform the members of the community of their house's unique past and to extol the virtues of its earlier residents.