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give to in marriage

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"Property owners have made substantial investments in buildings to protect them from another serious weather event," said Josh Nachowitz, vice president of research and economic development at the Downtown Affiance.
Adding further the source shared that TUSDEC is also working in close affiance with the private sector and multi-lateral agencies for the successful execution of its skill development initiatives to secure better livelihood chances for the beneficiaries.
John and two other schools are the first Notre Dame ACE Academies in the country Launched in 2010 by the University of Notre Dame's Affiance for Catholic Education (ACE), the experiment in Catholic education reform aims to sustain such education for low-income families.
Fair Trade, organic, natural, sustainable, Rainforest Affiance and Organic Unlimited's GROW (Giving Resources and Opportunities to Workers) program are all terms shoppers are bombarded with, says Organic Unlimited's Velazquez de Leon.
Clean started 2014 off by helping out with the massive New York City Department of Sanitation and 'limes Square Affiance cleanup of Times Square following the city's NewYeat's Eve celebration.
The framework is mostly directed at smaller companies and can help them implement standards and follow risk management principles and best practices, said Larry Clinton, president of the Internet Security Affiance. That is particularly true in the defense industrial base, where larger companies are seen as being ahead on cybersecrity.
Music Protest the Hero & Architects (UK) with special guests The Kindred and Affiance, 6 p.m.
Recently, the Indian Pharmaceutical Affiance, which represents the domestic drug manufacturing industry, Ranbaxy, Wockhardt and Lupin, has approached the FDA for a meeting to understand the issues that have prompted regulatory concerns, according to The Business Standard.
Beecher, president of the Minnesota Physician-Patient Affiance. "Parity is finally realized!" he said.
Although the American Home Furnishings Affiance, an industry group comprised of retailers and furniture, foam and textile manufacturers, argued that using barriers in upholstered furniture could increase costs 13-40%, INDA emphasized that varieties of furniture exist many price points, but costs will range for nonwoven fire barrier solutions.
29-FEB 1: Nat'l Affiance of Independent Crop Consultants, New Orleans, LA; www.naicc.org
Members of the International Affiance of Dietary/Food Supplements Associations (IADSA) came together in Indonesia in April to discuss regulatory developments across the globe at the organization's annual general meeting in Jakarta.
In response to the remarks that he earlier promised to find out from Tsarukyan, who is his affiance, why the latter did not
Sarajevo is a remarkable and beautifully written book, which complicates the picture of Hitler's Europe by discussing the difficult choices Sarajevo's Muslims had to make during the war, and shedding new light on the supposed unholy affiance between Nazism and Islam.
The agenda is to use the Jewish history in Arab lands as a cautionary tale to sound the alarm about the increasingly monolithic Muslim Middle East, and to create a Christian-Jewish affiance to face Muslim violence against minorities.