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  • n. The provision of resources


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  • I am finding my 50 + friends are so afraid of blogging and resourcing from the Internet and I feel they are too young to be left out of “what’s happening” all around them that would make their time more valuable.

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  • Waja said: "Eskom has established short, medium and long-term resourcing strategies to address skills needs.

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  • And so that is a de-resourcing, that is plans guided by analytics and ongoing.

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  • IEC media liaison officer for the Eastern Cape Mr Matthew Moonieya said the delays were due to a problem with "resourcing" the polling stations, with "getting all the stuff there".

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  • "This has a serious impact on police resourcing which is already severely stretched at that time of night," he said.

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  • "We like to call this 'resourcing' rather than 'outsourcing'," said Wolff.

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  • "It all comes down to money," was the justification and despite my embracing 'resourcing' as an actual word to be used in spoken and written communication, it makes my stomach cramp to do something for the sake of profit which might not be best for all involved.

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  • The system also gives us the tools to quickly find, analyse and report on the whole spectrum of talent related data, so that we can see who we have available to fill future roles and make informed decisions about development and resourcing, which is critical in the context of our growth plans. "

  • I think that the motivation of all of this development work in Africa, it's about a particular vision of a globally just society; it's about a sense of profound responsibility for each other, and the unity of the Church in that context doesn't mean papering over the cracks in an institution just so people hang on to their jobs and their structures, it means keeping open the networks, the channels that exist between different parts of the Communion so that this kind of resourcing can go on.

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  • If we spelt out precisely what we were going to do in life and then held our senior officers accountable for delivering that by properly resourcing a squad of men and women in uniform on our streets (especially on a Friday and Saturday night) then we might actually win back some public support on April 25, 2009 at 9: 12 am Spartan Cop

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