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I have talked with almost all of the FMs in the core group who will be meeting next week together in order to lay plans for this negotiation.
In November 1959, a group of 25 music teachers met in Greensboro, North Carolina, to lay plans to organize NCMTA.
Despite deep cuts into the overall organization, and unwavering focus on reducing costs, management should lay plans early on that identify the sources of future growth and how to best tap that potential--all conveyed in simple, clear easily expressed strategies.
At Saturday's meeting, the G-7 finance officials agreed to strengthen the international finance architecture and lay plans for international lending agencies such as the IMF.
In 1945 the Pickering Lumber Corporation, owners of the forest, began to lay plans to extend the company's logging railroad into the Beaver Creek drainage to harvest the sugar pine and other trees there.
We're excited about this great start and look forward to continuing success in the future as we lay plans to move into additional markets in the near term.
Rose probably won't lay plans to tour till the CD is done, but one never knows.
Tim Allen has returned from a retreat in scenic Ojai - with his adult ``Home Improvement'' co-stars and the writing staff of the sitcom - to lay plans for the final season of the series.