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Poised For Success is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization that promotes economic self-sufficiency in women by providing interview and business appropriate clothing to those on financial assistance while seeking a job.
Goyal said, 'Our banking system is now poised for very good times ahead.' He made the comment after meeting the media on the eve of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)'s maiden annual summit.
Quantum Arms Race: Quantum computing is rapidly evolving and looks poised to achieve quantum supremacy--the ability to outperform traditional supercomputers.
The US benchmark crude has advanced 4.6 per cent since June 28 and is poised to end the week above $100 for the first time since April 2012.
Robinson is poised to keep faith with the players who put in a lacklustre showing in the Six Nations, where Scotland avoided the wooden spoon only by beating Italy in their final match.
Summary: Craig Bellamy is poised to move from Manchester City and join npower Championship side Cardiff on loan.
RECORD sales have left Kia poised to drive into Britain's top 10 list of best-selling car brands.
Summary: ALGIERS- Housing and Urban Planning Minister Noureddine Moussa said Thursday that his ministry is poised to work out a bill completing and amending decree 03-93, governing real estate development activities.
Summary: Failing to close below the 98.00 area, USD/JPY looks poised to take on the psychological significant 100.00 handle this week.
1 : to hold or make steady by balancing <A book was poised on her head.>
"Poised on the Edge": I would have been a pharaoh/to your Nile, a sunbeam to your cist/a button on your belly tying up ends/in my beginnings, fits, and enterprises.//I could go for days on your breathings/But to end all that I stand here/poised on the edge of waking/ready for a drought.
With New York City experiencing one of the strongest commercial real estate markets ever, and rents becoming largely inelastic in the prevailing economy, we believe Westchester, a sub-market intimately linked to NYC, will remain poised for strong growth in 2007.