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For such a programme to be successful, there needs to be a commitment from the participants (88 per cent of the fathers have completed job readiness training) as well as the community as a whole.
These lines of business as a whole are reflective of Visionics' leadership position in the biometric industry and commitment to the innovation of identification technologies.
5, the Valley business community has found the courage to stand up and declare that it - and the community as a whole - would be better off with its own city.