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Those that thwart the collection process and don't pay their fines sometimes are the most flagrant violators of our parking laws, so any efficiency that we can bring to bear in bringing them to justice makes sense,'' he said.
The non-profit Rockefeller Foundation area on InnoCentive's scientific platform will bring to bear the talent of thousands of world-class scientists, innovators and entrepreneurs in solving the most pressing and complex humanitarian challenges posed by non-profit entities selected by the Foundation.
We selected each of these individuals for the expertise they will bring to bear on our long-range growth strategy.
It is very gratifying to be appointed to this position and I look forward to working with Jerre and the board to bring to bear my experience in helping IHS to expand its contribution around the world.
The convenience of automaticity coupled with its physiologic pacing capabilities will bring to bear significant benefits for physicians and the more than 900,000 patients worldwide who receive a pacemaker each year.
We are pleased to welcome Venkat to the management team, to further round out the business functions and bring to bear his experience of marketing new technologies and products.