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Developers worldwide depend on DataDirect([R]) products to connect their applications to an unparalleled range of data sources using standards-based interfaces such as ODBC, JDBC(TM) and ADO.
We are excited to work with ADO Group as a trusted partner in its new strategic vision, said president and general manager of IBM Mexico Salvador Martinez Vidal.
The NSWNMA discovered that there were two problems associated with the StaffLink payroll system that keeps a record of the ADO entitlements.
One of those under investigation is at the Kyocera, which plays host to this rearranged match between ADO Den Haag and AZ Alkmaar tonight and it may pay to punt under 2.
Submitting an ADO is a form of concerted activity and is a protected activity under the National Labor Relations Act.
Van Gogh and Alexander Colder inspired Ado and he completed a degree in Art which included sculpture and furniture making
Actors from the Struts & Frets Theatre Company will be giving an impromptu performance of Much Ado About Nothing, for passersby in Chamberlain Square.
Gaudete Academy, a theater group for teens and young adults that specializes in the works of Shakespeare, will stage "Much Ado About Nothing" tomorrow and Saturday at Marlboro Middle School.
Much Ado About Nothing, Antony and Cleopatra and The Tempest will move to the Novello Theatre after featuring in the current Complete Works festival in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Much Ado About Nothing, Antony And Cleopatra and The Tempest - all staged at the festival in Stratford-upon-Avon - will move to the Novello Theatre.
The main intent is to prove that this type of ADO can be used if proper controls, procedures and best management practices are used uniformly.