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Under an agreement signed last year between the JNRC and the IAEA, the IAEA will provide the necessary support to the JNRC to create a monitoring frame and habilitate Jordanian manpower in the nuclear security field.
Under an agreement reached during a two-day meeting at the IAEA headquarters in Vienna between officials from the JNRC and the IAEA, the first will provide the necessary support to the JNRC to create a monitoring frame and habilitate Jordanian manpower in the nuclear safety field, Board Chairman and Director General of JNRC Jamal Sharaf reiterated in a press statement
Thus Dubai Customs aims through these training programs to habilitate the student and train him to serve community and bear the responsibility and invest in training chances to learn planning, organizing and performance skills.
The council has confirmed a partnership project with Emirates Union star for development of Ras Lanuf refinery in bulk of investment comes to 2 billion dollars at participation percentage comes to 50% between the two parties in purpose for development of Ras Lanuf refinery and habilitate it, in order to ensure the maximum productive power and improving the products quality and also adding new conversional units of high developed technologies.
The final rule, promulgated on November 2, will provide crucial liability protection for those who seek to re habilitate and redevelop brownfields.
The Court clearly distanced itself from having any responsibility by stating that "[w]e can only hope that the prison authorities will offer him courses which will help to habilitate him for life on his release".
Service providers are trained to teach, socialize, and habilitate clients to overcome and to compensate for many of their disability-related problems.
Domenico Giacobazzi (1444-1528), the eminent canonist whose Tractatus de concilio (1511-1523) prefaces Mansi's Amplissima collectio, held that the deliberative vote belongs only to bishops, but can be extended to others either by the pope who can invite and habilitate others or, in the pope's absence, by the unanimous consent of the bishops.