our apostolic effectiveness is proportionate to our growth in the degrees of conversion
In addition to its close relationship with this preferred lender, Carlton is in constant contact with numerous domestic and overseas equity sources looking to partner with successful principals on profitable conversion
With the goal of "reducing the tooling conversion
time and/or double the rate of conversion
in order to shut down the green sand molding system 18 months ahead of schedule," a map of the entire process for converting the patterns needed to be developed to establish the baseline data.
Although a formless conversion
may be the simplest method of con vetting a partnership into a corporation, it may not be the most tax effective method.
Though these verses in Galatians are the most explicit reference to Paul's conversion
found in his letters, none of the external details recounted in Acts are present here.
There are essentially two types of conversion
technologies the city will consider, using heat or bacteria to break down trash.
In developing a conversion
strategy; companies will need to decide which products to convert to the new table.
Still, noting that "therapists help people control all types of natural behaviors, such as eating," Epstein continues to defend conversion
therapies for "people who are living a gay lifestyle but don't want to" and claims to have seen "interesting dam" from longtime conversion
The company responded it was compelled to harvest the trees early and therefore was entitled to involuntary conversion
The annual TST conversion
rate for TST-negative physicians was 17% (6/36, including the TB patient without a follow-up TST).
Past work on converting wood into specific chemicals and polymers distinct from those in the tree have concentrated on either whole wood (designed by nature to be difficult to break down) or on cellulose conversion
(difficult to break down, but also the highest-value major component of the wood matrix).
means that the computer bytes of data used by one computer application must be transferred and/or transformed into meaningful bytes that can be used by the new application.
Connor casts her literary analysis in the vocabulary of religious studies, so that the nineteenth-century texts are categorized, for instance, by voluntary and involuntary conversion
Wolfe traces the debate about Henri's conversion
to the death of the duc d'Alencon in 1584, which made Navarre the heir presumptive.
In addition, supported employment conversion
projects have shown that supported employment outcomes can be accomplished by facilities when the necessary steps are taken to change from a sheltered to a community-based approach (June Dipolito, personal communication, March 14, 1988; HilL Revell, Chernish, Morell, White, Metzler, & McCarthy, 1987; Morell O'Bryan, & Pugh, 1985; -Rex Parr, personal communication, September 28, 1987).