- n any tropical African shrub of the genus Protea having alternate rigid leaves and dense colorful flower heads resembling cones
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- Protea Announces New Mass Spectrometry Services
MINNEAPOLIS -- Protea Biosciences Group, Inc. ("Protea") announced today that it has launched a new web-based commercial mass spectrometry service, named ProteaScope, that enables researchers ...
June 10, 2013 - GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! Finance
- Hotels eye opportunities in Africa | bdlive.co.za
WITH limited opportunities for expansion in South Africa, a slew of hospitality players are eyeing the rest of the continent, where an undersupply of quality hotels and upbeat economic growth prospects are fuelling the scramble. Protea Hospitality Group has signed a deal that will see it moving into its 10th African country, Rwanda, the company said last week.
June 10, 2013 - Hospitality Net
- Shaun Pollock in Reuters.uk
I've thoroughly enjoyed the honour and privilege of wearing the Protea badge,Pollock told a new conference. "I take with me some remarkable memories having played against some great players."
- Jacques Rudolph in Sportinglife.com
Rudolph said: "I am very proud to be a Protea and to represent my country. I will, of course, continue playing domestic cricket with the Gestetner Diamond Eagles as a Kolpak player. This was not a decision to take lightly, and I discussed the matter...
- Allan Donald in News24
With the exception of Morne Morkel, the Protea bowlers never asked enough questions of the England batting lineup in their innings,Donald wrote. "It was as if they were all nervous and while they may have done well in world cricket in the...