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I did not see the letter that Raffles wrote in reply, but in due course I heard the name of the mysterious contributor.
a leading global provider of imagery and music, today released its 2017 Contributor Earnings report, which features our contributors most recent milestone $500 million in total payouts.
Robredo's statement of contributions and expenditures (Soce) included a list of contributors that showed Kris Aquino gave P30.
Present contributors are not much keen on knowing where the money they will be using up-on retirement is being invested.
According to the company, the aim of the new section is to highlight the stories of Shareitopia's individual contributors who form the fabric of the online global community.
The patterns of collaboration among Wikipedia contributors have a direct effect on the data quality of an article, according to researchers at the University of Arizona, Tucson.
Part-time contributors were defined as those educators that generally operate as followers, and usually being reactive in nature, as with the non-contributors.
Partnerships issuing partnership interests to contributors often rely upon the exemption that permits securities to be issued to accredited investors--high net worth individuals and entities.
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There is not much research to be found or reported on in Education Research in the Public Interest: the interests of the editors and contributors are mostly elsewhere, this despite the fact that one editor is the past president of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) and the other is the president-elect.
The 1960 campaign, with between 40,000 and 50,000 individual contributors to Nixon and some 22,000 to Kennedy, was typical of the approach from previous years.