central element

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The plant is the central element of Cal Ams $329 million desal project at the core of the Monterey Peninsula Water Supply project designed to provide a new water supply to offset the state-ordered Carmel River pumping cutback set to take full effect at the end of 2021, as well as the court-ordered reduction in Seaside basin water use.
The aquarium will be a central element of Lodging Hospitality Management's new entertainment complex at the station, which will also include an observation wheel, a ropes course, an 18-hole mini golf course and more.
It hopes that the parties will use the 6-month transition period that started on 02.02.2019 to retain the INF Treaty as a central element of European security.
As international citizens it is our responsibility to show compassion to one another." Led by its IB Diploma students, QA Sidra staff and students raised awareness of the right to peace a central element of the school's culture - through inspirational speeches, art projects, interactive activities and building connections through languages.
Led by its IB Diploma students, QA Sidra staff and students raised awareness of the right to peace -- a central element of the school's culture - through inspirational speeches, art projects, interactive activities, and building connections through languages.
Aftab Masood who is currently Head of GPC NPO department said that Green Productivity focuses on productivity improvement and environmental protection, the central element of the GP methodology is the examination and re-evaluation of both production processes and products to reduce their environmental impacts and highlight ways to improve productivity and product quality.
A central element in the system is the Active Consolidation Point (ACP), which is responsible for distributing the Ethernet data.
The central element for this is the Petroleum Investment Bill (PIB) being split into four vital parts - the main purpose being to speed up their passage by the Nigerian state's complex legislative system.
A central element in the ruling by Judge Rosemary M.
The OMFIF research document, the 'Seven Ages of Gold', says that gold has once more become a central element of monetary management.
The central element behind this link is enforcement capacity, which is endogenously determined by investments in enforcement infrastructure.
For over a century, the central goals of Canada's Aboriginal policy were to eliminate Aboriginal governments; ignore Aboriginal rights; terminate the Treaties; and through a process of assimilation, cause Aboriginal people to cease to exist as a distinct legal, social, cultural, religious, and racial entities in Canada, the report concludes, and the establishment and operation of residential schools were a central element in this policy, which can best be described as cultural genocide.

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