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BEIRUT: The General Labor Confederation is setting the stage for the general strike set for May 3 to press the government to subsidize the price of gasoline and improve the social and medical benefits for the working class in Lebanon.
ADSE represents a transformation of our core adaptive communications systems, setting the stage for dramatic new growth," said Dana Love, vice president and general manager for ADC's Enhanced Services Division.
The government is preparing for the shock by setting the stage for reforms in the banking system and the capital markets that will be as ambitious as any undertaken by an Asian country during the modern period:
Architectural deconstruction, a visual metaphor for notions of transition and interactivity, mobility and displacement, effectively flags each of these pavilions as a "nonsite," setting the stage for the experimental installations within.
After setting the stage for Ellington's formative years, Hasse establishes a format that gives the reader a privileged position to watch Ellington solve one musical problem after the other.
Geneticists are setting the stage for new sexual options in the twenty-first century.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- After duplicating a million and a half disks over the past two weeks, Sierra On-Line (NASDAQ: SIER) today launched King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, with an unprecedented number of pre-orders, setting the stage for Gold Certification from the Software Publishers Association.
We have preserved the advantages of our current core software while setting the stage for next-generation performance.