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military who have received a Rating Decision memo of 20% disability or higher from the Veterans Administration as a result of being wounded in Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom.
David said he stayed in the house, enduring smoke that stung his nose and eyes, because he knew he would be punished for disobeying his mother.
To help reverse that trend, Houghton Mifflin is presenting history in a college student- and instructor-approved format with two new textbooks in the Student Achievement Series: The Enduring Vision: A History of the American People and The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History.
And as the father of two children and three Game Boys, I can speak to their enduring spell over the younger set and handy uses on long-distance drives or other boring downtimes.
RFID is entering most sectors of corporate, public and private life so understanding how to create enduring profit from such a choice of designs and applications, software, hardware and services, calls for great care and modern management tools.
Hazan said when they first arrive, some of the professionals are put off by the remedial lessons taught - enduring drills on writing a business letter, creating a resume and being told to ask questions during a job interview.
This is cool - an enduring, modern, youthful, collective-unconscious cool embodied in the attractiveness of alienation, the magnetism of vulnerability, the simmering sensuality of self-imposed isolation.
The legacy of Shoeless Joe Jackson, banished from the game many believe he played as well as anyone and denied a place in Cooperstown, is now enduring another unsavory assault.
But after enduring a series of tests, the Haukes were told Joshua didn't qualify because his last surgery in January had left the tumor undetectable.
The Stable Outlook for the insurance broker industry reflects Fitch's view that the larger insurance brokers in Fitch's universe possess several key factors that support investment grade ratings, including enduring operating franchises, reasonable balance sheet financial leverage, and adequate cash flow and interest coverage to support debt servicing requirements.
That expertise, coupled with his strong managerial leadership, will be particularly valuable as we piece together the Enduring Value companies, technologies and people, added Jack Rapport, CFO of Zanett, and Director of Project Enduring Value.
Amadeus" is not a musical, but it contains some of Mozart's enduring work.
Among business mergers of the past century, the combination of the predecessor companies of Ingersoll-Rand 100 years ago today is notable for its enduring success and legacy of achievement," said Herbert L.
The partners at Tatum have an outstanding foundation to become a preeminent professional services firm with an enduring commitment to client services and the best stable of Financial and Technology executives in the country.