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a government report

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Praising the publication of the White Book, Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Pesevski emphasized that this had only confirmed the excellent cooperation between the government and the business sector.
She added: "Some of the pieces even have direct script from the White Book of Rhydderch.
Among the 28 countries of the European Union, however, these diseases account for one in eight deaths, the White Book said.
MORIARTY, Jaclyn A Corner of White Book One The Colours of Madeleine Pan, 2012 413pp $27.
Koteski also said that he boycotted the promotion of the White Book of the defense because it was published in three languages and not as he wanted, in Macedonian language only.
Mohamed Lazhar Akremi, a white book on the security system's reform.
According to Bulgaria's White Book of Defense, the army must have two mobile groups with 1 000 servicemen each to have a full range of experts and equipment so that they can be send on missions abroad ASAP.
EVERY six months political journalists would get a phone directory from the Government called the White Book.
We recently launched a White Book, following the World Allergy Week Conference held last month, encompassing all aspects of allergic diseases, targeted at health ministries, environment ministries, food and drug administrators, lay public, sports departments, etc.
He was also in charge of many international and strategic dossiers, including nuclear deterrence policy and the 2008 White Book on Defense and National Security.
Keys to understanding the code and applying it correctly offer diagrams, links to on-demand webinars and live action video, access to the complete UL White Book cross-referenced in key NEC articles, discussions of the past, present and future of the Code and how it affects projects, and more.
The white book is supported by WAO's 84-member national and regional organizations, patient and GP organizations and dignitaries.
The White book is supported by WAO's 84 member national and regional organizations, patient and GP organizations and dignitaries.
Gaddafi told Obama in the telegram, the White Book, Isratine, should be adopted as a means to resolve the conflict and that he should "abandon the laughable initiatives that advocates the two-state solution.
The following chapters focus in turn on each of the tales or groups of tales in The White Book of Rhydderch and the Red Book of Hergest: the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, the romances, the ancient Culhwch and Olwen, Peredur, and the very different dreams of Ronobwy and Maxen Wledig.