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The global rivalry for human capital includes tactics and resources for human capital development, attraction and sustention, selection and retention of the qualified, productive, flexible and innovative workforce, and adaptability and mobility of human resources across borders.
Germany and China signed a co-operation agreement on the German Transrapid magnetic sustention train on the occasion of German Transport Minister Kurt Bodewig's recent trip to the People's Republic.
So what are the social, political, and economic policy arguments that have been, and still are, accepted by the legal systems in England and its jurisprudential legatees in their continuing partial common law sustention of the doctrinal immunity?
27 we hear the sustention of E4 in its new timbral guise (horn taking over from trombone), which is a new kind of event in the passage; m.
Tax practitioners find, however, that auditing agents are asserting penalties in almost every situation, presumably with the idea that the penalty will be traded for a sustention of some of the positions being taken in the revenue agents' reports.
In Streber, 138 F3d 216 (1998), rev'g TC Memo 1995-601, the court rejected the Tax Court's sustention of the penalty in a factual contest in which the "substantial authority issue turns on evidence going both ways"