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Released niftily, Vice President Biden's review of federal job-training programs, created in consultation with federal agencies, involves the development of the three-year career pathways initiative.
She niftily suggests that if the pseudo-Homeric Batrachomachia ("The Battle of Frogs and Men") is the speaker of the epigram, Homer, as a poet of nugae, becomes Martial's predecessor, which thereby raises the generic status of the epigram (p.
The report, niftily titled 'Talent Management for Future Leaders and Leadership Development for Bishops and Deans: A New Approach' proposes offering senior clerics a 12- to 18-month course with modules on 'building healthy organisations' 'leading for growth' and 'reshaping ministry' and recommends a mini-MBA 'targeted primarily at deans.
Fresh from their triumph against Lichfield, Rugby imposed themselves from the start and broke through via their third penalty corner when Oszycjyk niftily repositioned himself to convert a misplaced injection.
Tawfiq Al Qattan rode Ted niftily into runners-up position, with Ali A Rasool Ashoor thundering into third on Horse Pride Thunderbolt.
But at the death the 'yellows' might have sneaked the win when Edgar niftily turned back on himself in the area but couldn't quite direct a left-footer into the top corner.
The Peugeot handled niftily through bends but decorum gave way to some roll.
Feather-light, this nylon jacket niftily packs down into a pocket-sized pouch after you've survived those passing winds.
Large unit cuts of 190 to 440 square meters are niftily laid out such that they mimic spacious village townhomes plus comfort and convenience provided by condominium living.
Having up to 100 actors at your disposal means the big group numbers - Greased Lightning, We Go Together and Born to Hand Jive - are impressively staged and the choreography is niftily performed by the young actors.
The stings deter most predators whilst the insects can niftily crawl between the stinging barbs.
Obama niftily shifted timescale, fastening between the grand sweep of history and the individual moment.
The spa was just so aptly called 'Rait', 'Draksh' was the bar, 'Neel' the indoor swimming pool in calming turquoise shades, and 'Akhara' the gym, which niftily had hanging lights designed as mudgals (wrestling clubs).
That very niftily put a political cast on a financial story.
The head of the skeleton was spotted niftily placed between two bowls.
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