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THE head of the Armed Forces has defended the Government's defence cuts, insisting that it was essential that military spending matched the nation's economic resources.
Our forests and woodlands are important natural and economic resources, which can satisfy the sometimes conflicting needs and demands of wildlife and humans only if they receive the attention and care of scientists, private landowners and government officials alike.
The bank said it had issued a notice under the Terrorism Order 2006 barring "funds, economic resources or financial services" from being made available to the men.
A statement released by the bank said it had issued a notice under the Terrorism Order 2006 barring "funds, economic resources or financial services" from being made available to the men.
The importance of assessing economic resources and addressing economic barriers before choosing or implementing client interventions is incorporated into various practice models frequently taught in social work courses.
In relation to successful reproduction, factors such as access to economic resources and the sex ratio are important to sex partner selection.
He views British state-building during this time as "partial modernization" based on government attempts to finance the war, equip the army, and gather information on human and economic resources.
The latter project provides guidance for the preservation and enhancement of the physical, biological and economic resources in the Santa Clara's flood plain.
Love may also mean finding the economic resources to give a child a better future.
In order for Iraqis to achieve self-sufficiency, Americans must marshal and deploy their economic resources as effectively as has been done militarily.
military and economic resources are already strained.
9% of black males between the ages of 25 and 29 were incarcerated in 2002 and, as a result, communities are losing viable economic resources.

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