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It can be summarized by "three broad approvals": First, the achievements of China's human rights cause have been widely recognized. Second, China's human rights development path has been widely recognized.
Immunization saves millions of lives and is widely recognized as one of the world's most successful and cost-effective health interventions.
It is released every year and has become a widely recognized and highly authoritative brand value ranking list.
Dell Inc, a worldwide innovative computer manufacturer and widely recognized, and Eset, an IT security company that develops antivirus, antispyware and firewall solutions for windows and mac based systems.
This is a long-anticipated move for what is widely recognized as SingaporeAcentsAAs most successful global hospitality and leading spa brand.
The initialgrant and ongoing support for the initiative is provided by the DANIELS FUND, a private foundation established by cable television pioneer Bill Daniels, who was widely recognized for his ethics and integrity in business.
While the impact of diet and exercise on heart health is widely recognized, the new findings demonstrate that sleep quality is also a key factor.
In an independent SPC-1 benchmark result Hitachi have announced that its flagship Universal Storage Platform[TM] V achieved the highest Storage Performance Council (SPC-1) benchmark result in enterprise storage system history, eclipsing the results of every single enterprise storage system ever tested using this widely recognized industry-standard benchmark.
Costas Kondylis, widely recognized as the pre-eminent architect for luxury residential properties in New York City, designed 200 West End Avenue, while New York's elite style maven, Celerie Kemble created all the interior common areas.
Back then, it was not widely recognized that hours spent sunbathing could increase the risk for skin cancer.
"We are honored to work with scientists who are so widely recognized for their contributions to humanity" said Donna Kasseinova, a successful US entrepreneur who obtained her MBA from USC Marshall Business School.
* While it is not a legal mandate, the International Coach Federation (www.coachfederation.org), a widely recognized institution, offers certification to those who have completed extensive hours of training and hands-on experience.