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After it was republished, the new law would go into effect within six months.
As well as the republished diary, nine peripheral titles will also be launched together with themed activity kits.
In addition, I believe that readers would have benefited if Skinner had embraced the editorial principle that less is more and republished fewer essays.
Air Force historian Andrew Stephens mounted the Gremlins Project, a campaign to get the book republished, after he discovered a copy of the text in the American National Archive.
Vasont SG is available as a client/server system for small editorial groups within organizations that have a need for content management for technical documentation, manuals, reference materials, and publications that are continually updated and republished in multiple media channels.
ISO 9001 standards were first published in 1987, revised in 1994, and then an updated version was republished in 2000.
Forbes must know the carefully worded qualifiers it puts in the magazine to try to explain their convoluted and inaccurate valuation process are rarely noted when the list is republished by other media.
Editor's note: The following press release has been republished
GTR Group's product lines include previously played and republished video games for Nintendo, Sega and Sony game systems and a full range of video game accessories for both video game consoles and PCs.
GTR's product lines include previously played and republished video games for Nintendo, Sega and Sony games systems and a full range of video game accessories for both video game consoles and PCs.
Best Practices, LLC, a research and consulting company based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, has recently republished - with newly updated content - its best-selling report, "Building Six Sigma Excellence: A Case Study of General Electric", available at www.
Best Practices, LLC, a research and consulting company based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, has recently republished its best-selling report, "Building Six Sigma Excellence: A Case Study of General Electric.