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  • With re-employment legislation due to take effect in 2012, the likes of Alexandra Hospital has teamed up with the Association of Small Medium Enterprises and the Enterprise Development Centre on a programme called Prepare (Programme for Re-employment Practices: A Roadmap for Employers) to provide workshops and mentoring assistance to employers.

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  • We have experienced this at Auburn through the formation of a coalition called Prepare New York, focused on multifaith engagement and education in a 9/11 world.

    Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson: From Memory To Hope

  • We have experienced this at Auburn through the formation of a coalition called Prepare New York, focused on multifaith engagement and education in a 9/11 world.

    Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson: From Memory To Hope

  • The drive, inspired by a statement called Prepare to Prevail, holds a special opportunity for Orange County voters.

    Chris Prevatt: With Time, Equality Will Blossom Even in Orange County

  • The timer job is called Prepare query suggestions and it is scheduled to run once a day.

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  • The timer job is called Prepare query suggestions and it is scheduled to run once a day.

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  • Entitled Prepare to Govern, Van talked about a "Green New Deal" and challenged UUs to shift from protesters to leaders.

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  • In December, I borrowed Cheryl's idea and propped the word "Prepare" on the mantel.

    In the Heart of my Home

  • - fixed a right click Paratroops error that did not always allow it to 'Prepare' for customized campaigns

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  • "Prepare," I concluded, (I quote from the report in the "Revelations,") "prepare, sons of men, for the dawning day!

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 38, December, 1860

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