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The Huddle Up partnership with Driving Force Group demonstrates PDK's commitment to the organization's four core values: social justice, engagement, excellence, and results.
Such designs can offer improved steering and increased driving stability, thereby making it possible to exert more precise control of braking and driving force to all four wheels.
The newly-merged entity will be known as BDS Driving Force.
The move will see the company hiring up to 30 recruitment consultants and administrative staff during 2012 - tripling the size of the Driving Force workforce from 15 to 45.
With the FAs, it is our intention to become a driving force behind football supporting the senior and grass roots game across the whole of the UK.
A strong business ethic, rooted in the belief that the entrepreneurs are the driving force behind Canada's wealth creation, has shaped a corresponding lending policy.
Of course, the driving force should be the accomplishment of the institution's medical goals, but real estate should be aligned to those goals.
In answer to Jim Jones' question, it has been well established that the main driving force behind the meridional circulation of the North Atlantic conveyor belt, with ultimate worldwide impacts, is the descent of cold high-density saline water into the abyssal ocean at high northern latitudes.
And a passion for what one is doing, no matter what one does, is truly the driving force.
Features include ball bearing support, high thread efficiency, and a large driving force.
It is now imperative for businesses to be able to navigate a vast labyrinth of multi-venue, multifaceted law," says Paul Smith, a partner at Eversheds and the driving force behind the Web guide.
Whether it's urging someone to grab breakfast or doing its best to sabotage a weight-loss diet, hunger is a driving force not easily ignored.