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  • In addition an EPWP Training Committee coordi = nated by the Department of Labour has been established, and includes relevant Sector

    Address at the launch of the extended public works programme

  • Some people argue that Condoleezza Rice should foster greater cooperation, but a former high State Department official says, "You can't coordinate people who refuse to be coordi - nated."

    The Neocons in Power

  • Government will continue to strengthen administrative capacity and improve coordi! nation between national and provincial departments and municipalities, to ensure that a higher proportion of spending reaches the intended beneficiaries, and that the quality of that spending is improved.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The UNTAET, which was established by Security Council Resolution 1272, has a mandate that includes providing security and main-taining law and order throughout East Timor; establishing an effective administration; ensuring the coordi-nation and delivery of humanitarian assistance; and supporting capacity-building for self-government.

    Test Of A Letter From The President On Interfet

  • To build on this tradition of excellence in international education, I signed a memorandum in April of this year directing the heads of Executive departments and agencies to work with educational institutions, State and local governments, private organizations, and the business community to develop a coordi-nated national policy on international education.

    Proclamation On International Education Week

  • The movement control officer coordi-nates the movement of supplies with the main support battalion (MSB) and the move-ment manager in the FSB support operations section.

    FM 9-6 Chapter 2

  • Ensuring that an environmental compliance officer/hazardous waste coordi-nator is assigned in writing.

    FM 9-6 Chapter 6

  • Local computing could never coordi - nate the safe landing of them all before some ran out of fuel.

    True Names

  • In reality, small people are gener - ally healthier than large ones; they are better coordi - nated, they live longer.

    Split Infinity

  • It was a true synthesis or a “philosophy” because it was not merely a coordi - nation of the objective findings of the several sciences but a coordination of them from a “human” and “so - cial” point of view.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

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