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It seems noteworthy that corporations like Boise Cascade, Hancock, Georgia-Pacific, and Weyerhaeuser join such unlikely bed-fellows as Yale University, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, and the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests on a certification checklist.
Parker takes the reader through the technical jargon of patent language to identify noteworthy, unique, and revolutionary aspects of each design covered, detailing both the important construction elements and the concepts behind sound-suppression technologies.
specimens of animals, plants, and minerals* Pick profiles seventy-some items that make up a small but noteworthy segment of the massive Harvard collection.
This is a very unusual book, two collections in one: the first, a group of scholarly essays that discuss the poetry of the four most noteworthy monarchs from the English Renaissance; the second, an anthology of their poetry.
In keeping with the focus on progression towards independence issues, Chapters 6 and 7 are the most noteworthy in the book.
Politicians and private businesses have widely ignored the potential of local architects, resulting in the region having had few noteworthy buildings, despite having hosted the Olympic Games twice in 1964 and 1976.
Numerous aspects of the plan are particularly noteworthy, Miller said, including its recommendation to establish a national cyberspace security response system, by expanding a public-private architecture, which includes Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISACs).
Candidates who qualify for nomination must be noteworthy for their significant contributions to the B2B marketing discipline.
A Distinguished Fellow is an ACPE Fellow who has demonstrated noteworthy and enduring contributions to the knowledge and advancement of medical management.
Other noteworthy Canadian films were spread out over the festival's 25 appetizing programs.
Particularly noteworthy in this collection are Sampey's correspondents, many of them missionaries or missions related.