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But Jann Crase believes that with no long term program for Indigenous Rangers and no increase in funding for Indigenous Protected Areas, the budget has missed other opportunities to support culture and conservation in the North.
It is also claimed that they are able to build capacity by employing specialist expertise, provide higher quality services, ensure that resources are distributed more equitably, foster economic development, and enhance regional planning and coordination (Tindal and Tindal 2000; Bish 1999; Garcia and Le Sage 2005; Vince 1997; Dollery and Crase 2004).
Elrod & Crase, 1980; Fitzgerald & White, 1995; Flynn, 1979, Kanisberg & Levant, 1988; O'Connor, 1995), indicating that the parents who use authoritative parenting practices promote a higher perception of self-competence among their children than parents who use authoritarian parenting practices.
iDEAL provides us with great access to vehicles nationwide before they are sent to physical auction," said Randy Crase, owner, Crase Auto Connection Inc.
Stephanie Crase Moritz - Senior Director, Public Relations, ConAgra Foods
In addition, there is little research on what influences individuals to become foster parents (Baum, Crase, & Crase, 2001; Cox, Buehler, & Orme, 2002), and no earlier research on why some families discontinue fostering during the first year, despite documentation of high dropout rates during this time.
SPRINGFIELD - Lela Estalee Crase of Springfield died Nov.
In addition, each state and territory local government jurisdiction has its own Local Government Grants Commission which directs Commonwealth funding to local government, as well as state monies (Dollery, Crase and Johnson, 2006).
May 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Following a three-hour fog delay Wednesday morning, pro Johnny Crase of Lexington, Ky.
The Chancellor's Office chose ServiceWare for a pilot project to support communication and governance of our Infrastructure Terminal Resources Project," stated Mark Crase, Senior Director for Technology Infrastructure Initiatives for the Office of the Chancellor.
Escalating financial pressure and limited spending on local assets has resulted in an 'infrastructure crisis', particularly in the area of local roads maintenance and renewal (Dollery, Byrnes and Crase, 2007a).