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This is a great way to steal a few minutes during the working day to keep up-to-date with school news, including education law.
Use up-to-date spam filters, anti-virus and anti-spyware software, and firewalls to protect your computer.
The legislation continues the modernization process begun with Local Law, 64 of 2001, giving New York City the most up-to-date technical standards in the country, while simultaneously contributing to the City's rebuilding efforts," said Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The blueprint is an up-to-date model that allows people to compare the construction-in-progress ("what is") with the architect's vision ("what should be").
And across the state, only 57 percent of children were up-to-date on their immunizations as 2-year-olds.
A fundamental structure, including up-to-date address lists of people and organizations whom you would like to contact is key to success.
Through user forums and information delivery tools such as podcasts, blogs and RSS feeds, our users will always have the most up-to-date information and resources readily available.
This ensures an immediate, up-to-date record of funds in the account.
PatchLink Update ensures that all known vulnerabilities are accurately assessed, remediated and validated so that all systems are up-to-date and compliant with internal policies.
The site is generally kept up-to-date, though a number of the pages can no longer be found--such as past news announcements and newspaper stories--and the content needs to be better organized for specific user groups.
The up-to-date guide to applying theory and specifications to real-world highway bridge design