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Ballinacorra's medieval import? Dundry stone for Cloyne Cathedral.

‘The only part of the building to survive more or less intact from the early Gothic era is the south transept, where there are plenty of original details cut in imported Dundry stone.’ 1,317 more words


Suprema, Inc. et al. v. International Trade Commission et al.

Docket No. 2012-1170

En banc opinion (REYNA), DYK(d), O’MALLEY/PROST/LOURIE/DYK (d)
August 10, 2015

Brief Summary: Prior FC holding that ITC interpretation of Section 337 to “cover importation of goods that, after importation, are used by the importer to directly infringe at the inducement of the goods’ seller” was incorrect reversed en banc. 476 more words

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New Port Harcourt Refinery to begin production this week

The New Port Harcourt Refining Company, PHRC 2, will this week begin full production of Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, popularly called petrol, after the completion of the rehabilitation of Area 3, where petrol, Liquefied Petroleum Gas, LPG, and other lighter products are produced. 446 more words


France (1898): The importation of American horses has become a menace

“The General Council of Nantes, France, Aug. 27, adopted a resolution that, as the importation of American horses has so increased as to become a menace to the breeding of French horses, urgent restriction measures regarding such importation should be taken. 20 more words

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Federal government reduces oil imports as production begins in Warri, Kaduna refineries

The Federal Government has expressed readiness to scale down the importation of refined petroleum products following the anticipated bridging of demand gap in local consumption with the commencement of production in Warri refinery and the Kaduna facility due to follow shortly. 317 more words


Imported Cigars

Imported Cigars
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Nigeria spends N1tn on food imports annually – FG

The country spends N1tn every year to import rice, sugar, wheat and fish, translating to over N10tn from 2005 till now, the Federal Government has said. 401 more words