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He has a chance to start at center this season for the Spurs, who opted to make a relatively small investment in Elson and Butler.
Whether in-plant systems bring added hassles or solve existing ones, they start becoming a necessity for many companies who have built a critical mass of business that becomes increasingly difficult to service on-site.
Under no circumstances should you push the START BURNER button longer than two seconds unless the burner is running.
Timmins, which recorded 26 new homes in 2004, had yet to record a new housing start through the first three months of this year.
If you look at it, the motivation for parents, in most cases, is for an academic head start and that's desirable.
Start by holding the bag with the arms hanging straight down in front of the body (photo 6).
Public education groups, children's advocates and constitutional rights groups have urged lawmakers to avoid altering Head Start, which has provided millions of America's poor families with educational and nutritional assistance for their youngsters.
Cheese service usually starts in earnest around 6:30 in the evening, and once it starts, it doesn't stop -- it's table to table to table all night long.
Perhaps we confuse ourselves with the bewildering range of labels that we use when we talk about the services that we provide or should be providing for the young: Head Start, Early Head Start, childcare, daycare, early childhood education, and so on.
Most black women start their business part-time, according to Women Business Owners of Color, a study by the Silver Spring, Maryland-based National Foundation for Women Business Owners.
How to START treaty disarms investigative journalists
Normally, if you start at some point and then start at a slightly different point, you generally expect to come down on the same attractor," Alexander says.