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Gravitas intends to seek shareholder approval of the Proposed Transaction at a special meeting of its shareholders expected to be held on October 16, 2019.
These forward-looking statements are made as of the date of this news release and Gravitas disclaims any intent or obligation to update any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, unless required by applicable securities laws.
Gravitas Mining is a mining merchant bank which has partnered with strategic Chinese mining groups to bring its extensive Canadian capital market knowledge and provide outstanding deal support and asset management expertise.
In the 'Octo Gravitas' works, the figure eight is emblazoned via his trademark bristling brushstrokes against the substrate of an ornamental rococo design, a staple familiar to us as wallpaper, endowing the works with an 'all-overness' of countenance.
He assumes gravitas at need, but is too easily caricatured as a posh boy.
Do they think it adds gravitas, underscoring the point that they are in charge?
According to Cnet, in choosing actors with expressive English voices, true gravitas is lent to what might at first seem like banal words.
Pierce Brosnan, Sean Bean and Steve Coogan add much needed gravitas.
Reading the Concerted Indiscipline Act lacks the gravitas of the Riot Act, doesn't it?
Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine, the 52-year-old actor said that he believed that the disease gave his acting gravitas.
The multi-use complex will house nine businesses with the collaborative aim, according to Denver developer, Gravitas Development Group, to provide Five Points wall a collection of retailers "who value honest, simple craftsmanship and excellence above all else."
Eye ponders whether historically there are many other examples of renowned female engineers with the gravitas of a Brunel, Whittle or Stephenson.