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Organized by independent curator Sylvie Jouval for the three cosponsoring institutions, this large retrospective covers his work in all media.
EPA, the American Heart Association, and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute are cosponsoring a workshop titled "The Role of Environmental Agents in Cardiovascular Disease," to be held 6-7 August 2002 in Durham, North Carolina.
A multiple-employer plan would have to be tested on an individual recipient employer basis, meaning each company cosponsoring a 401(k) with a PEO would have to prepare separate 401(h) and 401(m) tests for the leased employees.
in addition, chapters can supplement their educational resources through a chapter rebate program that returns a portion of the tuition fees back to the cosponsoring chapter.
OTCBB:SGLS), announced today that the Company is cosponsoring the Spring Fling & Fashion Show to be held April 2, 2005 at the Blue Martini located in The Mall at Millenia in Orlando, FL.
In July, 1994, SAE joined ESD in cosponsoring IPC'95, the leading international forum for plant-floor automation and control, which will take place at the Cobo Convention Center, May 8-11, 1995.
The NFIB Foundation, an arm of the National Federation of Independent Business, is cosponsoring an information and advice hot line for small businesses with Southwestern Bell Telephone.
The Company announced that it has arranged $5 million of debtor in possession (DIP) financing from affiliates of the major bondholders cosponsoring the reorganization, and has a commitment for $5 million of long term financing after the Company emerges from bankruptcy, expected by year-end.
During lunch, participants discussed "how the League of Women Voters and cosponsoring organizations can help the women of Afghanistan become empowered so they can participate in civic affairs and assume leadership roles in the redevelopment of their country.