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The vice chancellor also raised the alarm that poverty is a threat to world peace, saying that no amount of money expended to stamp out poverty is misplaced.
She said that Pakistan incurred massive losses in terms of lives lost, money expended and time consumed after it became part of US war on terror, still America was talking tough to the country.
Today, the worlds leading biopharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as well as some of the most innovative life science research institutions, rely on Genedata to improve R&D data quality, simplify R&D workflows through automation, and drive down the time and money expended on these tasks.
Most of the time and money expended has been used simply trying to put systems in place to meet the DOL's bureaucratic requirements, not to serve clients.
The proposal will need the support of a strong campaign - without it, the effort and money expended so far will have been spent in vain.
Could a suitable room be furnished in which the small scholars of this school could be placed under a female teacher, far more benefit would be realized from the money expended by the town in each district for apparatus to assert the teacher in imparting instruction in those branches of education which are studied more or less by all the scholars who receive their education at our common schools.
on legal tees Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada tops the list in big money expended on litigation.
However, the time and money expended with such an endeavor will undoubtedly pay dividends when the file in question is marked "closed" rather than in "bad faith litigation.
Therefore sources told Asian Tribune the need to maintain a transparent account of funds received and also the money expended has become importat.
What was clear to me was how seriously the police had taken the situation and the amount of time and money expended in the dog's capture, containment and assessment.
I hope the money expended by whoever set this up has been lost and the business has been a complete failure.
There has been no comment on the spiraling number of suicides among active duty soldiers, no preachers (or bishops) calling into question the vast sums of money expended on war and occupation, and no one raising questions as Iraqi Christians are driven out of their homeland.