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  • Solihull Sustain, which is the umbrella organisation for the voluntary sector in Solihull, helped to broker this relationship through a project to support local community organisations by developing links with the local business sector.

    Businesses giving something back to the community

  • Over Singha beer, they joked about an imaginary psychoactive medication called Sustain, meant to cure "activist burnout."

    Listening to Madness

  • Sustain, which is managing the Capital Bee campaign for the Mayor, said: There has been no research into how much forage different pollinators need, so it's impossible to say how many hives London can support.

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  • The hardship fund, called Sustain, will come from the Arts Council's unused lottery millions, a pot of money that it has, in the past, been criticised for not using.

    The Guardian World News

  • Nice start, not sure Kellogg's naming the cereal 'Sustain' was a good marketing choice.

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  • MANUELA ZONISTEIN Manuela intends to establish a digital newsletter, online information - sharing platform and social network called "Sustain" to educate about the transfer of agricultural technologies occurring between China and Brazil, Israel and the U.S.

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  • Sustainability From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search For other uses of the term "Sustain", see Sustain (disambiguation).

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  • Case Study: MAPEI Products "Sustain" Chicago Museum of Science and …

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  • "Sustain" on page 588), in conjunction with rhythmically useful (short) decay times.

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  • Stimulus to Sustain Mexico's Record Run Peru Stock Market Poised to Rise More Brazil, Chile Battle Rising Currencies Despite plenty of optimism at the beginning of last year, the main Brazilian stocks index, Ibovespa, eked out meager gains in 2010, held back in large part due to worries about the state of the European and U.S. economies, with investors anxious that either or both might fall back into recession.

    For Brazilian Stocks, First Period Could Prove Bumpy

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