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The exam in Sofia has been scheduled for August 6 and will include 599 participants competing for 20 positions.
These agreements do not keep former employees from competing and trying to make a legitimate living, provided the former employee does not use information/trade secrets gained under their employment.
The EHP Instructions to Authors (EHP 2003) defines a competing financial interest thusly: "Competing financial interests may include, but are not limited to, grant support, employment (recent, present, or anticipated), and personal financial interests by the authors, immediate family members, or institutional affiliations that may gain or lose financially through publication.
And, with the surging price and shortage of supply, it becomes an even more daunting task to compete at both the front end with purchasing the material, and the back end with trying to push through higher prices, especially when competing against offshore competitors who can undercut their prices.
And retirement asset management and accounting, under pressure from mutual funds and defined contribution plans, are equal to the task of tracking which individuals residing in disputed territories might at different times in their lives switch citizenship back and forth between two competing governments.
She has won two silver medals in the 5K race/walk competition at the World Veterans Athletics Championships (WAVA), and she has been competing at the world level since 1991.
New processes and catalysts that promise cheaper, more consistent products, new materials capable of competing in some segments with EP elastomers, the possibility of synthesizing new types of olefins-based elastomers, new applications that test the performance limits of EP elastomers, recent regional shortages of material - all these factors combine to make the EP elastomers industry a challenging one in which to participate.
This is an agreement that precludes the seller from competing with the buyer for a specified time.
Winning the game--achieving a genuine competitive advantage--means competing on cost or on services.
Michigan's Only Professional Team is Competing in the Nation's Most Prestigious Race
As one of 128 athletes competing in the eight-team Junior Olympics, which conclude Saturday, Henriksson will be vying for a spot on the U.