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- n. therapy that uses a local electric current to introduce the ions of a medicine into the tissues
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In their citation, the emda judges stated that Rieke's excellent business performance, with high growth despite the recession, would be an inspiration to other businesses.
From 1 April EEDA took over from the East Midlands Development Agency (emda) as Chair of Chairs for the RDA national network.
From 1 April EEDA takes over from the East Midlands Development Agency (emda) as Chair of Chairs for the RDA national network.
In these seminars Michael Stubbs, Rural Development Programme manager for East Midlands Development Agency (emda), will be explaining how farmers and other land-based industries can benefit from the recently introduced
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Mark Box (centre), Managing Director, Rieke Dispensing, accepts the HighGrowth East Midlands Business of the Year Award from the BBC East Midlands Today presenter Anne Davies and emda Board Member Michael Seals MBE.
(emda) to celebrate the achievements of companies participating in its flagship business support programme, HighGrowth East Midlands.