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Specifically, Jacobson notes that business continuity management still receives interest, particularly in the government sector.
The next two chapters document her sons (Filippo's and Lorenzo's) careers as merchants outside of Florence, particularly in Naples, followed by the Strozzi's (including Alessandra's) efforts to have the exile decree revoked.
One of the great paradoxes of American history is the fact that the Revolutionary War was fought to attain freedom from British rule, but people of color and women, particularly African Americans and Africans, were not supposed to participate in that freedom or even question their inferior position in American society.
A study examining the prospects for our profession's future as we prepare for the next millennium is certainly welcome and very much needed, particularly when it is undertaken by the prestigious Benton Foundation and funded by the W.
Though Fit & Pregnant pays especial attention to the concerns of highly athletic women and particularly professional athletes, the needs, concerns, body changes, and exercise guidelines for all pregnant and postpartum women regardless of background are covered.
Because of these changes in the brain, adolescents may be particularly susceptible to the influence of external factors such as substance use (Dahl, 2004).
While OCC has been lackluster lately, other grades have faired better, particularly old newspapers (ONP).
It's a particularly important issue for ChuckTomlinson, manager of Amerigrow Recycling in Delray Beach, Fla.
pointed to the findings -- particularly those in Japan and Switzerland, both with strict anti-illegal immigration laws and enforcement -- as proof that getting tough on illegal immigrants works.
2005) reported the first study of the clinical toxicity of dimethylamine borane (DMAB) poisoning, particularly the neurologic manifestations in the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system.
This is particularly true in the common tendency to choose national units for topics ranging from family to patterns of work--whether national political factors enter in strongly or not.