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The Institute Council of Investors is a neutral body of members that represent participants in the global governmental investor community.
The objectives of the body include promoting and developing the adoption of scientific methods in cost and management accountancy and developing the professional body of members to equip them fully to discharge their functions and fulfil the objectives in the context of the developing economy.
As a result, when participants assigned a single mind to a group, they also assigned responsibility for that group's collective actions to the group's body of members.
The Society, while working closely with the Institute, is an independent body of members who voluntarily join after receiving the CPCU designation.
The CNPE is definitely an active body of members in which "slackers" will be voted off the island
We are fortunate to have an incredible body of members whose talent, creativity, and manpower help develop and drive ONS programs.
Dr Jader said an elected body of members from all political parties should run the NHS.
Writing in the British Medical Journal's "personal views" column, Dr Jader said an elected body of members from all political parties should run the NHS.
By the sixteenth century some confraternities witnessed the diminution of the body of members, leaving only officials drawn from the political elite.
The CBI's National Council, the ruling body of members, has called for radical reform of the way the government finances and delivers transport.
The Green Grid is comprised of an interactive body of members who share and improve current best practices around data center efficiency.