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“•Consistent, Strong Cash Flows •Accelerated Earnings Growth Accelerated •Sales Momentum in Key Products Do not copy or redistribute without express written consent of Dr. Mark L. Frigo Page”
“Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, is leading what we call the Accelerated”
“As we are aware, the Deputy President of our country, the Hon Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, is leading what we call the Accelerated Shared and Growth Initiative of South Africa (AsgiSA) - a plan for faster and shared economic growth, which is building on the achievements and opportunities that were created as a result of the freedom that we are celebrating today.”
“Accelerated' is the term scientists use to avoid the obvious telic implications, so maybe I should rephrase my question.”
“One, called the Accelerated Learning Program and piloted at the Community College of Baltimore County, "mainstreams" developmental students into college-level courses along with companion classes that provide extra help.”
“We are hoping that APEC negotiations in eight sectors - the so-called Accelerated Tariff Liberalisation program”
“While many African countries have shied away from deregulating the telecommunications industry, Ghana took the plunge in 1994 when the government announced a five-year comprehensive restructuring of the industry, known as the Accelerated Development Programme 2000”
“However, she was virtually unknown outside Brasília until Lula started presenting her as the "mother" of the so-called Accelerated Growth program to boost the economy.”
“Despite her cosmetic change, Dilma has still not announced her interest in being a presidential candidate although she is expected to begin a marathon round of public appearances in February in which she will unveil works for the so-called Accelerated Growth Program.”
“ETA's winning entry was a seamlessly integrated design development process, entitled the Accelerated Concept to Product (ACP) Process.”
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