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  • Kind of outruns everything else in DMS. And we just made an acquisition of Telmar, which is a very interesting capability and in the telecommunications area that will build capabilities and broaden the industries that our aftermarket services business serves.

  • Telmar, which is exhibiting at the Mobile World Congress conference February 15-18 in Barcelona, will be drawing attention to the certification and its importance to Telmar European and global customers.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • It makes me want to plant a row of alternating ash and fir on the side yard until I'm sure they're going back through the door in the air to Telmar.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • Now, nasty men from Telmar have taken over, and all the talking animals and magical things are slowly disappearing.

    Readings & watchings « It Doesn't Have To Be Right…

  • Lewis's adventure saga and tells the story of three children pulled into Narnia, this time on a ship, to help Prince Caspian find the missing seven Lords of Telmar.

    Wayne Pacelle: C.S. Lewis: Chronicles of Narnia Author and Advocate for Animals

  • "Both in terms of our standard peoplemeter data and the Telmar software programmes that read the data, I believe we're on a par with the United Kingdom and a good few strokes ahead of many other countries, including the United States of America," says O'Neil, who notes that the weekly and respondent data available locally puts our reach and frequency model ahead of most other countries.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • There, as in a mirror, he could see, at certain times, what was going on in the streets of cities far farther south than Tashbaan, or what ships were putting into Redhaven in the remote Seven Isles, or what robbers or wild beasts stirred in the great Western forests between Lantern Waste and Telmar.

    The Horse And His Boy

  • After that it turned from tournaments to real wars, and all Narnia and Archenland, Telmar and Calormen, Galma and Terebinthia, were laid waste with the fury of the kings and dukes and great lords who fought for her favour.

    The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

  • And so they fell, or rose, or blundered, or dropped right through, and found themselves in this world, in the Land of Telmar which was then unpeopled.

    Prince Caspian

  • You know very well that the beasts in Narnia nowadays are different and are no more than the poor dumb, witless creatures you'd find in Calormen or Telmar.

    Prince Caspian


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