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  • Ursula Burns said in a statement that Xerox is seeing particular impro vement in demand in developing markets and from small - and mid-sized businesses.

    Earnings Watch

  • The WSPU ex­horted women to "wear the colours" and show the support for the mo­vement.

    The Symbolism of Suffragette Jewellery

  • Townships around Richmond in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands were tense on Saturday morning following the murder of United Democratic vement national secretary and area leader Sifiso Nkabinde.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Several police officers in the Johannesburg area vement in car theft rackets.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Nelson M.ndela: The M.n and the M.vement by M.ry Benson, foreword by Bishop Desmond M. Tutu

    Waiting for Mandela

  • Such, in short, is the contention of the Ethical M.vement, so ably and often eloquently represented by leaders like Felix Adler, W.M. Salter,

    Problems of Immanence: studies critical and constructive

  • • It's a Moo-vement: Would you like to buy half a cow?

    The Clog

  • It's a Moo-vement: Would you like to buy half a cow?

    The Clog

  • He's getting some prominence in the moo-vement right now, with several of his videos highlighted by the Architects and Nutjobs for 9-11 Troof.

    Screw Loose Change

  • The project also involves modernization of the production with new environment-friendly technology which has already been purchased, and is worth EUR 40 M. Bulgaria's former Environment M.nister, Dzhevdet Chakurov, from the DPS (M.vement for Rights and Freedoms) party refused to grant a permit for LZC's expansion for three years.

    Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)

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