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  • n. A graphical representation of the structure or an organization, showing groups and departments and their interconnections and inter-responsibilities


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  • Indeed, with the arrest of an alleged al-Qaida cell in Canada, it now appears that a whole new strain of virus has sprung up, according to those who follow the terrorist "organigram" most closely.

    Zarqawi's Death Will Not End TerrorismHow Now al-Zarqawi?

  • In addition, the police needed to develop and stick to a meaningful organigram which could then govern the service's structure and promotions.

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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