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PROGRESSION. That state of a business which is neither the commencement nor the end. Some act done after the matter has commenced and before it is completed. Plowd. 343. Vide Consummation; Inception.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The centre also provides capacity building and progressional for law enforcement officers from each of the Pacific Island Countries to undertake short-and long-term attachments to work in the centre.
The social standing-rejecting set attribute less prestige to senior management occupations, to professional occupations in health, to technical and skilled occupations in health, and to progressional occupations in social science, education and religion.
He writes materials for and teaches RIMS Fellow in Risk Management courses and serves on the RIMS Progressional Development Advisory Committee.