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The introduction of Dolby Atmos, complemented with speaker and amp upgrades from Harman's JBL Professional and Crown Audio brands, makes our new mix theaters the most technically complete in Canada for film and TV sound re-recording," said Nick Iannelli, vice president of post-production operations at Deluxe Toronto.
In order to technically complete the refinancing, the Company intends to proceed with the execution of the amendment agreement, pursuant to which the two PXF will be combined into a single facility agreement, as soon as practicable.
We are talking about a technically complete player, who is an excellent shooter too.
Other names to look out for include Ian Baraclough, signed from Notts County last season, who is one of the most technically complete players in the division - an undiscovered treasure that Premiership clubs have strangely missed out on.
He is a technically complete footballer - he can defend or attack, is two-footed, has wonderful awareness and scores goals.
Lumenergi's team has brought deep industry experience to its NetLight[TM] product line, which is recognized as the most technically complete and future-ready solution to manage commercial buildings' energy use.
Two of the aircraft are already technically complete and ready for delivery to the RAAF in Getafe, pending finalisation of contractual discussion.
Mark Ramprakash: Arguably the most technically complete batsman in English cricket, he has identified a game-plan to suit the increased intensity of Test cricket.