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Trifactas customer base includes many of the worlds largest insurance companies that leverage Trifactas data wrangling solutions to accelerate the process of preparing data for a variety of use cases, such as claims analytics and risk modeling.
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For his part, Mohamed Hamdi, Co-ordinator of the Democratic Alliance said the initiative of Jebali is "the only rational and possible outcome" to overcome the crisis and strengthen the impartiality of government action "away from political wrangling."
The area residents and motorists are perplexed that being a VVIP route and a major link between the twin cities, the road has going to dogs due to departmental wrangling.
During much of the debate, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) healthcare system was shielded from the wrangling by the advance appropriations approved for FY 2011 last year.
THE drink-driving trial of former Boro star Paul Gascoigne has been adjourned following hours of legal wrangling.
Still, if it's internal party wrangling and bureaucratic merry-making which floats your boat, nobody does it better than the Lib Dems: they are likely to spend up to five hours debating the system that elects their leader.
of English, University of Hawai'i at Manoa), Wrangling Women: Humor and Gender in the American West is a unique look at a mountain community of women in Winthrop, Washington who run a western-theme town and work as ranchers, trail guides, horse trainers and packers.
The tentative agreements, reached four weeks ago, came after months of acrimonious wrangling between Mesaba management and union leaders from the Air Line Pilots Assn., Assn.
A name that calls to mind controversy, garbage and years of wrangling, a planning team with a global pedigree submitted plans to convert this former eyesore into the City's second largest park.
The ongoing partisan wrangling over exposure of two major domestic spying operations by the Bush administration was to be expected: Clinton-Gore-Reno Democrats (who ignored Clinton-Gore-Reno spying abuses) are shrieking that the Bush-led Republicans are driving us headlong into a police state.
"It's kind of a distinction without a difference," she said, thus casually dismissing centuries of religious wrangling over the Decalogue's wording.