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  • I have told you that our Organisation is the biggest film organisation in Britain.

    British Films

  • I should mention that as far as our own Organisation is concerned, in the short space of ten years we have built up a world distribution organisation and now secure fifty per cent of our net revenue from overseas.

    British Films

  • Fiona Hodgson, who chairs the Conservative Womens’ Organisation, is leaving no stone unturned in her quest to get more women involved in politics.

    Tory Women Off to Washington

  • Organisation is thinking/planning ahead - and why wait till i forget something to try and organise/plan it?? callistra you verily rock for demonstrating the essence and the beauty of being organised:) * worships*

    July 23rd, 2005

  • Last year, members of the British Iranian and Kurdish Women's Rights Organisation, which is not made up of the "rightwing extremists" of Larsson's conspiratorial imagination, provided details of thousands of threats, abduction, acid attacks, beatings, forced marriage, mutilations and murders men had inflicted on Muslim and ex-Muslim women.

    Stieg Larsson was an extremist, not a feminist | Nick Cohen

  • "We will launch the employment report in June," said S.K. Das, director general at the Central Statistical Organisation, which is preparing the report.

    India Plans to Issue Regular Job Data

  • Those who are responsible for insulting the leadership and our Organisation are aiming at weakening our revolutionary movement for national liberation. 238

    'I Saw a Nightmare …' Doing Violence to Memory: The Soweto Uprising, June 16, 1976

  • Building on this achievement, our whole movement is looking forward to the congress of the Pan African Women's Organisation, which is scheduled to take place on 14-17 February 2008 in Johannesburg.

    Organisational Report

  • The most important unit of the Organisation is the branch and yet that is still the weakest link in the chain.

    SECTION B

  • The challenge is to clean up the poor image at local levels and build a cadreship at all levels which is imbued with all the politics, values and culture of our Organisation, that is capable to lead this revolution, attract quality membership to the ANC, broaden the mass base of the ANC and lead the process of transformation, locally, nationally and internationally.

    SECTION B

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