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ADAC Director of Marketing & Communications, Mohammed Al Bulooki, led a team from the Abu Dhabi Airports Company to showcase to the aviation community the plans for Abu Dhabi International Airport and the opportunities available to commercial enterprises as plans for the new airport move from the drawing board and come to life.
Louis the following week, I noted another right-wing Christian commercial enterprise, The Shepherd's Guide, a Christian business directory "which is currently serving over 100 metropolitan areas throughout the United States and Canada.
Deliberate understatement of commitments in a not-for-profit entity's financial statements is analogous to intentionally overstating income for a commercial enterprise.
Peterson said a commercial enterprise such as the Cannabis Buyers' Club cannot be a primary caregiver, defined by the initiative as an individual, designated by the patient, ``who has consistently assumed responsibility for the housing, health or safety'' of the patient.
No commercial enterprise has ever had one of its products or trademarked items displayed as blatantly on a U.
Hyperic is the only open source IT management solution that provides "hybrid" stack management by discovering, monitoring, analyzing and controlling all open source and commercial enterprise IT assets from a unified Web interface.
The FCC concluded that RFD, in acting like a commercial enterprise, does not meet the criteria to be classified as a non-commercial educational programmer for FCC purposes.
I look forward to the prospects which lay ahead for NetWitness and for its applications within the Commercial Enterprise and Government security infrastructures," said Amit Yoran, CEO of NetWitness.

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