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  • The meeting further agreed that in the interim period any sale of school land should be preceded by consultation with all parties concerned and must conform with the provisions of the Interim

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • HPFacebookVoteV2. init (325231, 'SAG Interim Nat\'l Exec Director Hired as Permanent', 'SAG\'s Interim National Executive Director David White just got the permanent gig and can drop \ "Interim\" from his title.

    Jonathan Handel: SAG Interim Nat'l Exec Director Hired as Permanent

  • For over 40 years, families and physicians have trusted the name Interim HealthCare.

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  • After interviewing a number of candidates, Steve was given the title Interim CEO

    Low End Mac

  • A further recommendation of this committee, which has gone forward and is included in Interim Report No. 5, is the necessity for bringing all plans for civic projects to a highly completed state of preparation in order that undue postwar delay may be avoided.

    Postwar Toronto

  • Specific recommendations arising out of the activities of this committee and proposals related thereto are contained in Interim Report No. 5.

    Postwar Toronto

  • The document then drawn up became known as the Interim of Zella, or the Small Interim.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • Infected wisdom tooth knocks Olympic ice dance silver medalists out of Grand Prix final No stranger to winning, Yankees 'Johnny Damon helps Jimmie Johnson celebrate 4th Cup title Interim president James Isch plans to continue Brand's work, rather than replace him

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  • Separately the new justice minister in Tripoli who succeeded Mustafa Abdel-Jalil, the leader of the Benghazi-based temporary government known as the Interim Transitional National Council, also addressed reporters Saturday.

    In Libyan Capital, a Mixed Mood

  • After the election, enrollment in the neighborhood watches, formally known as Interim Security for Critical Infrastructure, started to take off.

    In rural Afghan village, local security takes root

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