OJK Regulation on Implementation of Integrated Risk Management for Financial Conglomeration
as an explanation of a preamble of what transpired in later decades of concentration and conglomeration
of media in the 1980s and 1990s.
Mubarak's 30-year-reign over the Arab world's most populous country came to an end after 18 days of nationwide protests organized by a loose conglomeration
of young tech-savvy activists demanding democratic change.
We found a prominent accumulation of polyubiquitinated substrates with age, which are associated with the conglomeration
of distended lysosomes and lipofuscin adducts.
Trails of 1885' is a conglomeration
of sites, locations, festivals and events that explains the historic period of 1885, which is an important part of Canadian history that also played a part in creating the province of Saskatchewan.
that clarify just how extensive this conglomeration
We are a living economy, a breathing conglomeration
of diversity - rooted in a values system - advanced of most, and branched from suffering, that will never be condensed down to a symbolic outdated single issue.
The ministry had signed last week a final contract to develop the first stage of West Qarna oilfield with a conglomeration
of Exxon Mobil and Shell companies, hopefully to up production by more than two million barrels and to offer 100,000 jobs, as stated by Iraqi Minister of Oil Hussein al-Shahrestani.
The Lotte Group Korea is a conglomeration
of six companies of Engineering & Construction, Chemicals, Confectionery and Plastic Products is one of the top ten Asian Company invested $ 500 Million and constructed a plant over 100 Acres Karachi to produce raw material for synthetic fiber, Nylon, Polyester yarn and plastics etc which meet the requirement of country .
A 58 minute conglomeration
of the films to be shown throughout the week was screened reflecting the work of some 44 documentary film directors and institutions.
5 billion years old--sets that stone apart from the geological youth of a conglomeration
of shells and shell fragments called coquina.
The pieces were taken to a stem cell laboratory for a process the researchers are patenting, and then grown into a conglomeration
of different cells including stem cells.
If our Premier gave us the right to vote, there is no doubt we too would be out of this conglomeration
Featuring forty-one four-color plates and a thoughtful essay by Eugenia Parry, Sanctum explores topics ranging from the human figure to a conglomeration
of bees to stark landscape in its search to express the unending themes of human emotion driving the endless cycle of death and rebirth.
All Super Moms have a superhero conglomeration
behind them to help them with their daily missions.