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Since tax reform could be a major undertaking the next few years, Carper explains that senior executives should make their voices heard soon, particularly as many committees will be holding hearings on overhauling the tax code the first half of the year.
Despite the rich tradition of the American common school and its value to our country (remember Commager's "our schools have kept us free"), the reader of the The Dissenting Tradition would do well to pay attention to the lessons from dissenters Carper and Hunt believe we should observe.
For these and other reasons, educational history in general and Carper and Hunt's The Dissenting Tradition in particular can be quite instructive.
She adds, "We are thrilled with the response of Congress to this effort and are grateful for the leadership of Senators Snowe and Carper.
Carper explains that promoting the merger of team play and individual contribution allows team members to "pursue parallel paths simultaneously rather than being limited by a single, linear path in new product development.
the collections deviates from iambic pentameter, as Carper writes,
NAM's Director of Air Quality Jeffrey Marks said the Carper bill appears to be an attempt to compromise between the ill-fated Jeffords bill and the administration's Clear Skies proposal.
Grad Beekman, the new 32-story condominium at the southeast carper of 51st Street and First Avenue, has completed $25 million in sales, averaging $1,100 per SF, in its first six weeks on the market, according to The Sunshine Group, Grand Beekman's exclusive marketing and sales agent.
The first lady of Delaware, Martha Carper, joined other dignitaries and Rite Aid Corp.
Although Carper is not a vegetarian, she acknowledges that there is a "vegetarian advantage.
Todd Carper was promoted to principal from senior manager.
Senators, Tom Carper and Chris Coons, that would require credit reporting agencies like Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion to offer their credit monitoring services to all active duty military, including Reservists and the National Guard, for free.