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  • What's on the table isn't exactly clear, as Israelis and Palestinians struggle to agree on what their U.S. hosts call a "workplan" for the coming talks.

    Pushing Peace

  • The Office of Inspector General (OIG) provides a sneak preview of its "workplan" every year and identifies where it will focus investigative attention.

    Wisconsin Medical Society -

  • We hope to emerge with a concrete workplan and a governance structure that represents the consensus of the country's libraries, universities, archives and museums for moving forward together with a shared vision.

    Digital Public Library

  • Today's workplan wouldn't let him go back, though.

    “The Stone Goddess,” a new horror story by Sean Monaghan

  • I must return to writing- I am utterly procrastinating on a HRSA workplan- sigh

    Running Report

  • I happily came to work to write arcane workplan language for Electronic Medical Record proposals.

    They Say Its Your Birthday

  • How about a workplan that included “leaping out of a taxi at an armed guardpost and firing indiscriminately”?

    Tough Two Weeks of Threats for Turkey

  • Commission, which would serve as the basis for the Commission to implement a five-year workplan.

    ANC Today

  • Who cares about a project workplan when lives are in shambles.

    badger Diary Entry

  • Then at 3: 30 on Friday as I have agonized over the building of a workplan that bears some semblance to how they might approach the work.

    badger Diary Entry

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