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Volition intends to use the net proceeds of the offering for continued product development, clinical studies, product commercialization, working capital, and other general corporate purposes.
Singapore Volition Pte Ltd is a wholly-owned subsidiary of VolitionRx Limited (NYSE American: VNRX), a life sciences company.
Following a period out of work, he was referred to the Volition programme by the Job Centre.
Although there are larger incentives at work, it's our own volition that powers us through our innumerable daily tasks.
Vendor: NewSpring Capital, Technology Crossover Ventures and Volition Capital
Volition refers to one's motivation to perform occupation; it consists of personal causation, values, and interests (Kielhofner, 2008).
This baseball term, while reflecting an admittedly male flavor, acts as a good metaphor for professional volition.
Our information is that former President Nasheed has on his own volition decided that he can go back to his normal political and social life in Maldives.
God wills something by a general volition if he wills it in accordance with the natural laws (God makes me feel pain at the time).
Not surprisingly, they all talked about the things that they wanted to do out of their volition.
lt;p>The head of the Health and Environment committee in Babil provincial Council, Amal Salumi, stated to the National Iraqi News Agency "Activating the role of Babil Environment Police comes after much volition for the environment," noting that "Those who committed volitions for the environment will pay taxes.