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Would vote for a well-qualified person for president who happened to be an atheist Yes 54% No 43% Source: Gallup, latest that of June 2012.
The report, by the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA), concludes: "The fact that nearly four in 10 of those well-qualified students who successfully gained places and visas did not endorse the statement that the UK welcomes international students is a very real cause of concern."
So if you feel your business is a well-qualified loan candidate but you have been turned down by one bank, try again at another bank that might be in a better financial position.
"CUEG is excited to welcome a very well-qualified industry professional in Cory," said Tun Wai, director of research and chief economist of NAFCU.
Ms Marsha Towey, health and physical activity development manager, leads a well-qualified and tremendously enthusiastic team wanting to help Coventrians improve their fitness.
Diesel-powered models are available with a 4.9 percent financing, for well-qualified customers.
Outbound phone-based surveys that are able to understand what respondents are saying are a vital marketing tool for gaining insight into customer behavior and delivering well-qualified sales opportunities to a wide range of organizations.
Thousands of well-qualified students are being shut out of college and denied the benefits and satisfactions of higher education because they can't meet the ever-escalating costs.
For the past 50 years, the Gallup Organization has been asking: "if your party nominated a generally well-qualified person for president who happened to be--, would you vote for that person?" for five groups: atheists, blacks, Catholics, Jewish and women.
But they still raise questions about voting for a well-qualified Mormon (Mitt Romney) or 72-year-old (John McCain) or someone who has been divorced twice (Rudy Giuliani).
The direct-hire authority covers federal acquisition positions covered under title 41 of the United States Code when there is a severe shortage of well-qualified candidates, as defined in Title 5 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
And one doubts that UC will be giving any of the slots of its prize athletes to well-qualified graduates of Christian schools.