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  IBM acquires Consul
IBM announced a definitive agreement to acquire Consul on December 5, 2006.
Consul's operations will be integrated into the IBM Software Group's Tivoli software brand.
More than 350 customers around the world rely on Consul to accelerate their security audit and compliance efforts, including Ford, Kroger, Office Depot, Hanes and Fidelity Bank.
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  Consul - LoveToKnow 1911
CONSUL, a public officer authorized by the state whose commission he bears to manage the commercial affairs of its subjects in a foreign country, and formally permitted by the government of the country wherein he resides to perform the duties which are specified in his commission, or lettre de provision.
The status of consuls commissioned by the Christian powers to reside in Mahommedan countries, China, Korea, Siam, and, until 1899, in Japan, and to exercise judicial functions in civil and criminal matters between their own countrymen and strangers, is exceptional to the common law, and is founded on special conventions or capitulations.
The title of consul, in the sense in which it is used in international law, is derived from that of certain magistrates, in the cities of medieval Italy, Provence and Languedoc, charged with the settlement of trade disputes whether by sea or land (consules mercatorum, consules artis maxis, andc.).
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 Consul
The consuls were the chairmen of the Senate, which served as a board of advisers.
This meant that the consuls could always interfere with the decisions of praetors, aediles and quaestors.
It was possible to have a second term as consul, but ten years ought to separate these two terms; however, in the late second century Gaius Marius was consul in 107, 104, 103, 102, 101, and 100.
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  Chapter Which Once More Demonstrates The Uselessness Of Passports As Aids To Detectives. of Around the World in 80 ...
The detective passed down the quay, and rapidly made his way to the consul's office, where he was at once admitted to the presence of that official.
The consul did not finish his sentence, for as he spoke a knock was heard at the door, and two strangers entered, one of whom was the servant whom Fix had met on the quay.
The consul took the document and carefully read it, whilst Fix observed, or rather devoured, the stranger with his eyes from a corner of the room.
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 Consul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The office of Consul is believed to date back to the traditional establishment of the Republic in 509 BC but the Succession of Consuls was not continuous in the 5th century.
Under the laws of the Republic, the minimum age of election to consul for patricians was 40 years of age, for plebeians 42.
A consul is a public official charged with certain duties in a foreign country; see consul (representative).
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 Ford Consul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Between 1951 and 1962 the Consul was the stablemate of the bigger Ford Zephyr.
The Consul name reappeared from 1972 to 1975 as a replacement to the Zephyr range and shared a body with the more luxurious Ford Granada Mk I. The Ford Classic and the Mk I Cortina were originally named the 'Ford Consul Classic' and the 'Ford Consul Cortina'.
The Consul was the start of Ford of Britain's successful attack on the family saloon car market and replaced the large engined V-8 Pilot which had only been made in small numbers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ford_Consul   (487 words)

  
 Iron Spring Farm Stallions
Consul's sire is the Preferent Dutch stallion Nimmerdor.
Consul is the first foal of the famous mare Waloniki.
Consul is a very pre-potent sire and grand sire like his father producing talented jumpers and dressage horses.
www.ironspringfarm.com /horses/profile_two.php?unid=803   (276 words)

  
 Opera Boston gives new life to 'The Consul' - The Boston Globe
It tells a resonant story; Menotti took his plot from a newspaper clipping about a woman in Central Europe after World War II who took her own life after failing to get a visa to join her husband in the West.
The score does boast a pretty trio and a skillful quintet, and a showstopping aria for the heroine, Magda Sorel, stonewalled by bureaucracy, hurling useless papers into the air, as she sings majestically of a better world to come.
Cameron Anderson's sets were basic but showed imagination, especially in the Consul's office, with its huge filing cabinets beneath a glimpse of an imperial eagle, and Nancy Leary's costumes nailed period and character.
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Consul was one of the most important and influential Trakehner stallions.
Consul's influence on the breed was particularly significant through his daughters.
A total of 320 Consul get were and still are successful in the show ring, giving their sire a dressage index of 120, and a jumping index of more than 100, making him a reliable sport horse producer.
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 Park Consul Hotel (dt)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Consul Hotels International is an international hotel development and management company, which operates hotels in various European countries.The company was registered in the Isle of Man on 9th May 1985 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Europlan Continuation Limited a Private Jersey Investment Holding Company.
The Corporate Marketing policies of the group re specific in varoius areas of application: However, on the hotel level they are structured to be flexible and are directly tailored to the need of the partcular hotel, their markets, guest mix and location.
The proven operating efficiency of Consul Hotels International is based on sound management, direct supervision and contineous corporate support in the various management disciplines.The company profits are derived from the operating profit of the individual hotels.
www.consul-hotels.com /profil.htm   (344 words)

  
 Consul - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Outgoing Consuls were expected to return to Rome to oversee the elections.
In various Italian city states, the republican regimes (elsewhere or in other periods, the Bishop or a hereditary Prince or Lord was in charge) gave its Chief Magistrates the title of consul...The same happened in some cities in France, especially in the Mediterranean south, e.g.
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 Consul   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The office of Consul is believed to date back to the traditional establishment of the Republic in 509 BC but the succession of Consuls was not continuous in the 5th century.
Under the laws of the Republic, the minimum age of election to consul for patricians was 40 years of age, for plebeians 42.
One of the reforms of Constantine I was to assign one of the consuls to the city of Rome, and the other to Constantinople.
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