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Without your invaluable advice, I surely could have missed my flight and not been successful in the job of my lifetime.
Through its dedication to the profession and through its conferences, publications and opportunities for interaction with colleagues, MTNA has been invaluable," he says.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Major Anderson for his tireless efforts to serve the American government and to assist the Government of Djibouti: Patrick, your commitment, counsel and vision have been invaluable to the U.
Without Kensington Regeneration funding, this invaluable facility would not be available to the people who desperately need to improve their employability, increase their confidence, and give them access to invaluable on-line resources.
This also includes those who lost the election, for the Russian Side of Ukraine has an invaluable role to pay n the construction of democracy
All eight subsections are packed with invaluable information no serious writer can ignore.
New tutorials and updates on Service Pack 2 make this an invaluable reference.
We offer members invaluable opportunities to network through more informal social gatherings.
He is the former program director of New York City's invaluable Open Center (and still organizes events there).
Panasonic's strength in the DVD market, the quality and cost-effectiveness of its products, and the fact that we now deliver our customers more reliable innovative tools, make this an invaluable relationship between our two companies.