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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").
A fundamental structure, including up-to-date address lists of people and organizations whom you would like to contact is key to success.
This ensures an immediate, up-to-date record of funds in the account.
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.