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On May 29 Cretu will participate in a conference titled aThe challenges of the cohesion policy in Bulgaria 2014-2020a organized by Iskra Mihaylova, Chair of the European Parliament's Committee on Regional Development (REGI), and the Bulgarian Construction Chamber.
For simplicity in presentation, we categorized team cohesion scores into quartiles and created a binary indicator variable classifying each team as having lower or higher cohesion, with the lowest quartile of scores representing lower cohesion teams.
According to the report, in which social cohesion is defined as the special quality of how members of a community live and work together, countries in which the distribution of income is more equal tend to rank higher.
The people in charge of these Majales highlight that the most important issues discussed are the events and developments witnessed on the local, Gulf and Arab arenas, stressing their role in reinforcing the national cohesion and communication between members of society.
Though cohesion as a text-forming category is part of text linguistics which as a separate linguistic field of research has its more than thirty-five-year history, it is still underexplored and calls for more in-depth consideration (which, of course, is not intended to imply that no work has been done in this area).
In the absence of these proposed measures, Cohesion Policy investments for growth could be lost because of a lack of time to spend the money or because of the difficulty of finding national and private co-finance in the current economic climate.
Regarding the European Regional Development Fund and the Cohesion Fund, by January 2013 Cyprus had absorbed 40 per cent of the e1/4492.
Allawi praised, during a meeting with Ayatollah, Hussein al-Sadr, the role of the clergies in maintaining the unity and cohesion of the people through reminding the people of the risks surrounding the country, stressing on the National role of Al-Sadr in the unity and cohesion of citizens.
Employing a realistic and practical failure model of concrete which only needs cylindrical compressive strength, the cohesion and the internal friction parameters of D-P criterion have been adjusted through a parametric study.
General Shaikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, has been elected the winner of the inaugural edition of the award as the 'Personality of the Year for Family Cohesion and Social Security'.
Lithuania will have broader opportunities for influencing the decisions and approaches in the European social cohesion policies.
Institute of Community Cohesion chairman Professor Ted Cantle said: "There will be people who wonder what 'integration' actually means in practice.