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Azadi Train from start of its journey attracting thousands of people.
Anticipating that half of this group will be new community college students, and that 70 percent of those students are likely to attend urban community colleges, these schools are working to meet enrollment demands while attracting and retaining a diverse student body through master plan reviews and updates.
Like many top tier markets, New Jersey has a major university presence with such institutions as Princeton, Rutgers, UMDNJ and NJIT; state-sponsored economic incentive programs that place a premium on attracting life science sector jobs; a high standard of living and a significant intellectual capital base.
We knew we wanted to get better at attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse workforce.
Now that the town has amalgamated into Temiskaming Shores, council wants to stop the bleeding of youth out-migration while attracting new blood into the community.
Bunting: Our greatest challenge is attracting and retaining outstanding employees.
The explanation says that property can be transferred among A, B, C, D, E, F, and H without attracting tax because of the chain of 95-percent beneficial ownership.
Michael Chinery's illustrated book Attracting Wildlife To Your Garden (Collins, pounds 14.
We've had great success attracting butterflies, mostly monarchs and swallowtails.
The project, which includes 8,350 hotel rooms, is aimed at attracting cultural, adventure and ecological tourists.
Baldwin says, "For nectar plants, it's hard to beat butterfly bush for attracting a variety of butterflies.