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These statements are based on the current expectations of management of Ablest Inc.
We seem destined to repeat this disastrous situation for our ablest pupils.
And we intend to establish a centre for gifted youngsters to foster talent and provide summer schools and extra support for the ablest of students.
I would rank him with Richard Nixon as one of the intellectually ablest political figures with whom I have had close contact.
She polished her craft during two years in the West End, starring in eight plays, including Shaw's ``Too True to Be Good,'' and became one of Britain's ablest young stage actresses.
A few local authorities and some teachers will not accept the term nor agree that the ablest may sometimes have different needs from others.
and currently serves on the Board of Directors of two public companies: Priority Healthcare Corporation and Ablest, Inc.
Foley & Lardner LLP is acting as counsel to Ablest and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP is acting as counsel to Koosharem Corporation in this transaction.
JAZZ great Sid Jacobs,one of the world's ablest guitarists, adds Wales to the list of countries in which he has performed as he undertakes a whistles top two-gig visit next week.
Mr Davies suspects that devolution may be a significant factor behind the trend - noting "some of Labour's ablest politicians" have opted for the Assembly instead of Westminster.
He may well survive the arms-to-Sierra Leone affair if only because the Tories have no-one of Mr Cook's calibre to dissect his defence, but it seems inconceivable that his reputation as one of the ablest men in Parliament will ever recover.
Should he not run, we can still learn from his career how even the ablest, most extraordinary men--the general is surely one of these--have trouble overcoming those forces in Washington that encourage inertia.