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TORONTO -- Assigned F Denver Manderson to Orlando (ECHL).
Rs.308.40 Million Foreign Currency Term Loan BB+/Stable (Assigned)
Martin was commissioned on July 2, 1987, and assigned to Morton.
Thus, winning the DEA sets apart this battalion and speaks very well for the caliber of personnel assigned to it.
Measures Attitudes towards EFL homework were measured by a short version of EFL homework questionnaire (Qtpcl, Questionario de TPC de Ingles--Rosario, et al., 2005), consisting of a 7-item scale assessing students' attitudes and behaviors towards EFL homework (e.g., I study EFL even when I don't have any assigned homework; alpha de Cronbach was equal to .84).
Mossey is being assigned as commander, Pacific Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
SPECIALIST JONES, YOU'VE BEEN ASSIGNED AS THE DRIVER FOR THIS VEHICLE EVER SINCE WE DEPLOYED, HAVEN'T YOU?
The system has various names, but its core idea is that there is a central committee of ranking managers to provide leadership in safety and health, task groups or subcommittees of middle and first line managers, and hourly employees assigned to participate in the safety system (see Figure 1).
If the Current keys box is empty, that task has no assigned keys.
As of December 10, 2005, the Oklahoma City Branch office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City will no longer process checks, and depository institutions that were assigned to that office have been reassigned to the head office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
The ratings assigned to these chemicals/ substances include excellent resistance, good resistance, fair resistance or not recommended.
of the Court." Rule 183(c), directed to the Tax Court judge to whom the case is assigned for final decision, reads:
Efforts already under way have resulted in a trend away from insurers facing joint and several liability and toward several liability, in which financial responsibility is apportioned according to the blame assigned to each party by judge or jury.