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Jim Marchbank, chief executive officer of Science North, expressed confidence from his informal discussions with heritage fund officials that this latest application would be well-received, with the decision-making process taking about two months.
With the deferred compensation funds growing exponentially, a practitioner should find this neglected tool well-received by clients.
As might be expected, the thought of bringing the USPS' particular brand of efficiency to cyberspace has not exactly been well-received.
In Tips, Tricks & Strategies for Executives When Writing a Speech, the analyst examines step-by-step strategies used by the world's best speechwriters, who focus on working with leading executives, on how to write an impactful and well-received speech.
Blige's "Be Without You" - was deemed "pitchy" by Jackson but well-received by Cowell.
Monster Hunter Portable, which was launched on December 1, 2005, is the latest title in the company's well-received hunting-action game series, Monster Hunter.
titles for December 1, 2004 to November 27, 2005, led by Rent (thanks to its Thanksgiving holiday opening), Missing the boat and also the million-dollar mark were nonetheless well-received titles including Heights, Cote d'Azur, Beautiful Boxer, The Dying Gaul, and Ballets Russes.
Imagine a whole book on human cadavers and you'd never conceive of all the fascinating elements she explores in this well-received book (included in numerous "best of 2003" lists).
Pataux, who has shown her work in France, Italy and Ireland, is the author of the well-received Ireland: On the Edge of Europe, also from 5 Continents, an Italian publisher of fine art books.
The project's excellent location, overall scale, and attractive floor plates will be well-received by prospective tenants as the office market continues to improve.
Particularly well-received were sessions on online publishing and promotion, a hands-on workshop on hiring and training new employees deftly orchestrated by UCG's Dan Brown, and Bruce Levenson's informative and motivational audio-visual tour of the internet, which kept the attention of a full ballroom for 90 minutes.
Your comments on the Goods and Services Tax and other pressing tax and fiscal issues were illuminating and well-received by conference registrants.