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“A boy must have passed into the upper section of the class before the last, "Secunda," as it is called, or have passed an equivalent examination, in order to serve one year instead of three in the army.”
“By 1973, as the first oil crisis threatened supplies from the Middle East, and South Africa’s apartheid government was threatened with consumer boycotts and the possibility of government sanctions, Sasol supplemented its first eight-thousand-barrel-a-day plant with a second on a site located 130 kilometers northeast of Sasolburg, called Secunda, Latin for “second.””
“This may be the last big strike we see in the land-line business," said Paul Secunda , a Marquette University associate law professor who advised Verizon during its previous strike, in 2000.”
“Mr. Secunda, one of the company's four original founders, currently manages financial products, Bloomberg's largest unit.”
“The financial-information company also named Thomas F. Secunda as vice chairman.”
“But unions and public unions are very strong in Wisconsin, but if he wants to take on that he's going to lose a lot of the support that got him here in the first place," Secunda said.”
“It has been producing fuels and chemicals from coal for more than 50 years in South Africa and operates the world's only commercial-scale coal-based synthetic fuels manufacturing facility at Secunda, South Africa.”
“In the late 1970s, using government loans, the firm built a huge complex at Secunda, where it has produced some 1.5 billion gallons of gasoline that is functionally no different than the gas produced from Texas crude.”
“About 1000 municipal workers marched in Secunda, Mpumalanga, on”
“Residents of two communities in Mpumalanga are expected to march and hand over a memorandum to Sasol's synthetic fuel plant in Secunda on”
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