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Ali Saeed Bin Harmal Al Daheri, chairman of Abu Dhabi University's executive board said the investment in the Abu Dhabi campus will help strenghten the university's stature of academic excellence.
But now manager Gus Poyet will focus on paid-for signings, the Uruguayan and sporting director Lee Congerton out to seriously strenghten the squad in the close season.
The rebranding is part of the company's continuing move to strenghten its market presence and reach out to a wider customer base in the UAE.
The King welcomed the new Amir to Bahrain "as a dear brother", and expressed optimism that he will continue to strenghten co-operation further.
We will identify the most narrow factors that impede economic activity, such as administrative services, and we will strenghten social support programsa bit," added the new Bulgarian PM.
This is why we are going to strenghten our commitment to the democratic forces of the opposition," he told reporters ahead of a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Luxembourg.
Jon Gardar Gudmundsson Rejoins Icelandic Group to Strenghten Position in International Seafood Markets
We continue to strenghten this relationship and consolidate our leadership with the creation of the first ever set of speaker docks that is compatible with Apple's new Lightning dock connector," said Amit Malani, president of Harman Middle East.
Wenger concedes he needs to strenghten his squad now, after they faded badly following a promising start to the season - and he's been impressed by Gustavo.
Black Cats boss Martin O'Neill wants to strenghten his strikeforce and believes Hooper fits the bill.
Al Qutami admitted that more should be done to strenghten national identity in private scholl.
I believe we will have a decent season, but a couple more additions would be welcome @legendarypricey - We still need to strenghten up front with another striker and another centre back.