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Two student from Holden received National Merit Scholarships financed by their chosen schools.
When judges achieve office through a fair system of merit selection, the best candidates can place themselves in contention without concerns about raising money for a political campaign.
John & Joanne Hill, Two Bears Marina, Keewatin (Award of Merit 1995)
If expert testimony is not necessary for a plaintiff to bring a medical malpractice claim, the plaintiffs attorney must indicate it in the certificate of merit.
This will require the Police Commission to review the merits and make an assessment on whether a raise is warranted.
He also received the AFS Award of Scientific Merit 1983
GFS has developed a process to import the product eligibility business rule data from Merit Matrix's search engine directly into their NetOxygen business rule designer.
Cheshire Merit Winner: Geoff Telford, Cumbria Merit Winner: Martin Gilpin, Derbyshire Merit Winner: Steve Adams, Greater Manchester Merit Winner: David Walker, Isle of Man Merit Winner: John Kennish, Lancashire Merit Winner: Damian Morrison, Merseyside Merit Winner: John Hignett, North Lancashire and Fylde Merit Winner: John Hodson.
With plans to study either criminal law or drama at BYU, Davis now joins approximately 2,400 winners nationwide of merit scholarships financed by colleges and universities.
Financial estimates are subject to change and are not intended to be relied upon as predictions of future operating results, and Merit assumes no obligation to update or disclose revisions to those estimates.