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Chapters 1 and 2 discuss the genesis of the Special Commissariat in a plan developed by Ngo Dinh Diem and Kieu Cong Cung to garner support for the government in preparation for the 1956 elections mandated by the Geneva Accords and its restructuring in the wake of the former's consolidation of power in late 1955.
Le dispositif mis en place pour securiser les alentours du commissariat est reste consequent dans la nuit de dimanche a lundi et lundi matin, ont constate des journalistes de l'AFP.
In the statement, the Commissariat referred to the participation of the free people of the world in the Global March whose destination will be Jerusalem on the 30th of March.
The lawyers of the Bulgarian state argue that the Bulgarian royal family in 1879-1946 did not have personal funds and used state-owned properties, and that the funds they had within the commissariat of the civilian list of the government were too negligible to be used for purchasing property.
A report of this "information mission" will be submitted to the Higher United Nations Human Rights Commissariat.
Le poste de commissaire au lobbying, haut fonctionnaire du Parlement, ainsi que le Commissariat au lobbying (designe par l'acronyme CAL), ont alors vu le jour.
This book is an institutional history of the People's Commissariat of Agriculture during the 1920s.
Hilversum is now the Netherlands media capital and home to numerous broadcasting corporations whose activities are monitored by a national watchdog agency, the stern sounding Commissariat for the Media.
"By doubling the storage capacity over the T9840A and T9840B, StorageTek's T9840C drives will enable us to use significantly less tape library space to do more work, and add more drives to extend the power and value of our StorageTek libraries," said Jacques-Charles Lafoucriere, storage manager, CEA / DAM (Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique /Direction des Applications Militaires).
Commissariat's Nikolai Gribshin (neither hero nor quite antihero) is among the first to grasp "how to assemble facts into something useful ...
Blitshtein, tried to care for the boy in the Uzbekistan city to which they were evacuated, but she wound up sending him to a People's Commissariat of Internal Affairs (NKVD) children's receiving station [19] from which he was transferred to an orphanage--in Russian, literally a "children's home (detskii dom)," Listed incorrectly as an orphan and assigned the surname of Tartanov, Grisha was adopted by a man named Polvanov.
`It is not to be wondered at if the men who came forward as commissariat officers were not over scrupulous, and in fact tended to come from the very worst elements of the commercial world.' (S G P Ward, Wellington's Headquarters) (2)

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