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  • "For as long as our affirmative action programmes are in place and our quality legislation is properly applied, the introduction of maximum flexility in our labour market will have no negative impact on employment levels."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Nothing even comes close in terms of features, horsepower, flexility, ease of import of almost anything from almost anywhere, and best of all, incredible built-in artificial intelligence to massage, sort, and research your data.

    MacUpdate - Mac OS X

  • An end to economic policy uncertainty, clarity on nationalisation, and allowing flexility in the payment of workers to promote employment and growth are key issues which economic analysts would like to see mentioned tomorrow in President Jacob Zuma's "January" speech.

    IOL: News

  • April 1, 2009 Teacher-quality reporting and capital-spending flexility are outlined in new Education Department guidance.

    Education Week American Education News Site of Record

  • Relaxation of constraint is easy during a crisis, but difficult post crisis when the need for flexility is greater.

    Cognitive Edge

  • I had become so conditioned to seeing the same color types and this new layout allows them to get over the same email look hump and jump the shark with the ability to have more flexility and catch the eye.

    The Email Wars

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