American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A highly seasoned Portuguese pork sausage flavored with garlic, onions, and pepper.
- Portuguese, probably ultimately from Late Latin longao, large intestine, from Latin longus, long; see del-1 in Indo-European roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“ADNIC has rightly earned a reputation for its continuous and unabated growth in all segments of the business, establishing itself as a reliable insurer of choice.”
“Abu Dhabi National Insurance Company (ADNIC), one of the region's leading Insurance companies, today announced that it has been presented with the Prestigious "Insurance Company of the Year, Middle East, 2009" award at the World Finance Awards.”
“The company incurred impairments amounting to Dh307 million on assets available for sale during the first two quarters of the current year, an ADNIC statement posted on the website of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange said.”
“ADNIC earned Dh262 million as underwriting income during the first nine months as against Dh176. 96 achieved last year.”
“Presented during a ceremony held at the London Stock Exchange, the award was received by ADNIC CEO, Walid Abdul Salam Sidani and Deputy CEO - Marine, Aviation andInternational,”
“ADNIC awarded Middle East Insurance Company of the Year 2009”
“According to HE Khalifa Mohammad Al Kindi, Chairman of ADNIC, "To be recognized as a regional market leader is a testament to the evolution of our institution.”
“Walid Abdul Salam Sidani - Chief Executive Officer of ADNIC stated: "We are truly honored to be presented with such a prestigious award.”
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