- n. alternative spelling of task force.
“Perhaps NASA's taskforce is so transparent we can't see it:)”
“The late John Button, who was minister in charge of the multifunction polis, in his book As it Happened, recalls the taskforce set up to advise on the MFP:”
“The taskforce, which is working to mitigate the potential loss of Teesside's core skills base and the effects on the local region, will meet again next week.”
“Bob Reitemeier, the chief executive of the Children's Society, and Andrew Webb, the corporate director for children and young people at Stockport council, are the deputy chairmen of the taskforce, which is expected to report in the summer.”
“But now Prime Minister Rudd and Indigenous Affairs Minister Jenny Macklin have stepped in to overturn the decision which will be welcome news, because there was a lot of criticism earlier this week that the taskforce, which is part of the Australian Crime Commission, was being disbanded.”
“Blatter said the taskforce, which is to be chaired by the president of the Cameroon football federation, Issa Hayatou, will consider whether to lower the age limit by two years while also ruling out overage players or stick with the same system.”
“And as such, the Mortgage Bankers Association have setup a taskforce, which is going to focus on liquidity and GSE issues.”
“Now, whilst I do of course lament the thought of yet another "taskforce" and the Government spending involved, I have to admit at the same time that anything that brings the Everton Ladies captain, and England left -back, Rachel Unitt to our screens more is a good thing in my mind.”
“He's raise a "taskforce" to look at the question of what they like to call "presumed consent".”
“Just a little bit ago, the assembly put off a final vote and referred the matter to a taskforce which isn't supposed to report back until 2006.”
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