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  • n. civil engineering

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Examples

  • Rainmaker Energy was planning to source the turbines for the projects from an overseas supplier, but would procure as many services, such as civils and electrical work, as possible, from South Africa and in the Eastern Cape.

    Engineering News | Home

  • […] En ces moments où nous commémorons le 15ème anniversaire de Génocide des Tutsi et massacres des Hutus démocrates, j'appelle à la conscience de la Communauté internationale de faire preuve de courage pour mettre fin à des situations des violations flagrantes des droits civils et politiques que connaît le Rwanda, notamment le droit d'avoir une justice équitable …

    Global Voices in English » Rwanda: The unresolved FDLR issue

  • June 26th, 2009 6: 31 am csis violate canadians individuals civils rights. my civils rights was violated 21 years ago. nothing was done about this. csis believe that l am God. lt will take years to explain. this has been top secret for decades. l would like an investigation and compensation outside csis.

    CSIS Doesn’t Protect Canadians : Law is Cool

  • Are you alarmed and disgusted when they're deliberately rocketing our civil areas, traumatizing, wounding and killing our civils?

    Wired Top Stories

  • Besides, by tying her latest "crusade" about standing up for Florida voters to Zimbabwe and civils rights, and the 2000 election; she has royally pissed off black voters -- once again!

    Polls: Hillary Outperforms Obama Against McCain In Three Key Swing States

  • The first concerns a French soldier who has accused the French military of training les genocideurs civils:

    Chris Meserole: Je Deteste .. La France?

  • Des civils massacrés pratiquement sous les yeux de Casques bleus impuissants ou indifférents: Kiwanja sera-t-il un Srebrenica congolais?

    In the Congo, Fighting Continues

  • A civils servant and minor poet, he liked big strong working-class women; she liked cleaning things and - after an epiphany on seeing Byron's play Sardanapalus - being a slave.

    Archive 2004-01-01

  • There were two varieties of engineers in France, other than the military engineers: the ingenieurs de Fetat, who had been trained first at the ficole Polytechnique, then at the Ecole des Ponts et Chaussees; and the ingenieurs civils, whose school was the newer Ecole Centrale des Arts et Manufactures.

    The Path Between the Seas

  • The ingenieurs civils, the graduates of the Ecole Centrale, were the engineers of private enterprise and closer to American engineers in spirit.

    The Path Between the Seas

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