References in periodicals archive ?
In 1990, Chandravathi, administered oath of office and secrecy to three nominated MLAs belonging to the DMK when the DMK-Janta Dal coalition was in office.
Last year, she inked a deal with Warner Chappell Music to administer her Mass Confusion Publishing catalog.
Instead of immediately going out and signing with an existing music publishing company, Nokio, decided to take on the challenge of publishing and administer his own song catalog.
While some lawyers will charge an hourly rate for their services, others will ask for the 5%-15% that a publishing company would take to administer your catalog.
Parenteral antimicrobial therapy may also administered by these programmable infusion devices.
Other drugs which are chemically stable at room temperature in a syringe or cassette could possibly be administered by this means in the patient unable to tolerate oral medications.
The infusion device is connected to an intravenous, subcutaneous, ventricular, epidural or subarachnoid catheter, and narcotic analgesics can be administered by the patient's activating a button attached to the pump.
The philosophy of community policing had widespread influence on police policies and procedures through the 1990s (Skolnick & Bayley, 1988; Moore, 1992) Appropriately, the local 'Beat Police' Unit administered this Australian pilot program of conferencing in youth justice.
The word "model" conflated two distinguishing elements of the arrangements in Wagga: a program administered by the local community policing unit, and a process that evolved over several years, as its theory-based design was systematically tested, redesigned, and retested.
As other conferencing programs developed in Australasia, North America, Western Europe, and South Africa, consistent concerns were: "What agency should administer the program?" and "Who should convene conferences?" To those of us observing the day-to-day workings of the Wagga Model, however, the most interesting feature was not the set of administrative arrangements for the program but, rather, the process itself.

Full browser ?