The Hippodrome is located at 1120 Avenue of the Americas, and Indeed
will occupy floors 9, 11, 12, 13, and 16, with room to accommodate over 700 employees in coming years.
Commenting on the Indeed
jobs announcement, Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore said they were proof Ireland was fast becoming the internet capital of Europe.
The combination with Recruit enables Indeed
to boost its presence in Asia, while moving on with its growth in Europe and the Americas, the target firm said.
In fact, the only God we know is the one who thinks a cross makes a very fine throne indeed
The demise of the supernatural in our school systems is dangerous business indeed
the ancient Romans completely deforested the countryside around Jerusalem crucifying rebellious Jews.
said its job advertising network is easier to use than search engine keyword advertising and claimed it is the first of its type, differing from the usual pay-per-listing classified and pay-per-click keyword advertising systems.
, until last year's election of Ahmadinejad, the Iranians were hardly equal partners with al Qaeda and indeed
collaborated behind the scenes on various levels with Europe and the United States.
become public benefactors" or indeed
exemplify and kind of social or individual good so long as they remain ruthless and independent.
, there hasn't been much difference in the coverage in the Communist or radical or "mainstream" media over how to "reform" Social Security.
If bigotry were indeed
the exclusive preserve of the West, their arguments would have greater moral force.
this Pope was a mystic but at the same time an activist.
, the artist's work may be strongest for how it ultimately forces us to consider the way in which we are programmed to read our environment--how our encounters with the most mundane items are filtered through our subjectivities, our perceptions and emotions.
Significant culture change in the direction of net centricity is indeed
coming, but not because someone at the top decided to proclaim "Thou Shalt Change Thy Culture.
, James Baldwin (1924-1987) went to France where he tried to escape racial injustice so that his writing became more prolific when he was abroad even though he lived in poverty there for eight years.