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The provincial office of Agusan del Sur of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has exceeded its accomplishment in 2015.
He said the accomplishment translates the supportive stance of Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad, the Representative of HM the King for Charity Works and Youth Affairs, the Chairman of the Supreme Council of Youth and Sports and President of the Bahrain Olympic Committee in supporting all Bahraini national teams, especially athletics teams, which culminated in various laudable sports feats.
The highly productive chemical industry requires achievers who complete projects and are driven by that special sense of accomplishment that comes from a job well done.
For schools, accomplishments are those positive conditions that foster and support student learning while focusing attention on results (Brethower, 1997).
These results suggest that performance accomplishment and self-modeling are effective sources of self-efficacy information.
It is the greatest sense of accomplishment,'' Blakemore said, as she caught her breath after her run.
Sanders leaves behind a legacy of accomplishments and tough shoes to fill, Geehan said.
This article reviews the need for and evolution of the SCLT, its goals, accomplishments, and future plans.
Wealth is not about what you can acquire but about what you can accomplish, and accomplishments take discipline, self-denial and, yes, time.
The SBRP presents this annual award to an outstanding scholar to pay tribute to the life and scientific accomplishments of Karen E.
Convincing a risk averse board that you can do the job requires you to demonstrate appropriate accomplishments of sufficient scale and scope.
Compiled, organized and edited by Keith Polk, Tielman Susato And The Music Of His Time: Print Culture, Compositional Technique And Instrumental Music In The Renaissance is the fifth volume of the "Bucina: The Historical Brass Society Series" and combines biography with musicology to provide readers with a fully descriptive and informative history of the life and accomplishments of one of the most productive and influential men in Renaissance Europe.
Drachman's well-ordered summary of major female accomplishments in the realm of business is a valuable addition to the reference shelf.
If there is a moment that captures the resonance of our accomplishments in 2004 with our magazine and in black publishing, it is the sound of the African drums accompanying the procession of exhibitors as we marched en masse for the first time to the African American Publisher's Pavilion at BookExpo of America in Chicago back in June.