state managers

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The framework implements two state managers, one for handling changes on the scene level and another for handling changes on the object level.
2 million wage packet, following moves by the Italian government to cut the salaries of high-flying state managers.
While it retains the focus on the state as an apparatus for the production and reproduction of relations of gender, the state is presented through the idiosyncracies, political exigencies and biases of its state managers.
State managers settled on recreational regulations of an 18-to 27-inch slot limit and daily bag of one red, with a March through May closed season.
According to the Iranian book news agency, Deputy Culture Minister Bahman Dorri had also issued a statement responding to the harsh criticism of Iran's ambassador to Germany, and said, "Since the Book Fair has failed to have any achievement for Iran so far, which was indeed endorsed by the ambassador, the participation of private publishers in Frankfurt Book Fair instead of state managers was decided considering the received critiques.
Findings include: (1) The operations of the RCCs and CCs were consistent with the Center program design; (2) Centers addressed the most frequently cited state priority of "statewide systems of support," and an increasing number of state managers reported each year that Center assistance served their purposes; (3) Center assistance was reported by state managers as having expanded state capacity in "statewide systems of support," which has been a predominant focus of Center assistance; and (4) On average across each of the three years, expert panels rated sampled project materials between "moderate" and "high" for quality, and project participants rated the sampled projects "high" for relevance and usefulness.
Corrupt state managers and administrators are widely believed to cook the books to hide embezzlement and the diversion of goods from state companies to the black market.
Despite the fact that Ferguson's words were in praise of Webb, FA rules state managers are not allowed to comment on referees at all before a match, The Sun reports.
We are using many of the lessons that we learned from the Medicare RAC program in the development and implementation of the Medicaid RACs, including a far-reaching education effort for healthcare providers and state managers," said CMS Administrator Donald Berwick, MD, in a release.
Lynch said state managers need to justify whether consultants are serving a vital and temporary function that state workers cannot perform.
AP reported that Jean Ziegler, who has been the United Nations' independent investigator on "the right to food" since 2000, spent 11 days in Cuba on a controversial fact-finding mission in November, meeting with top officials and chatting up farmers, state managers and ordinary Cubans waiting in line for food allotted by ration cards.
Ritter's order allows the state's 49,000 employees to choose a union to represent them to negotiate with state managers over safety, government efficiency, training, employee recruitment and other workplace issues.

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