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bring outside the body for surgery, of organs

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The sale is part of a plan to bring outside investors into the business to strengthen local ties and support growth.
More importantly, they give objective advice to the board on the company's performance and guidance on the principles of corporate legislation and bring outside experience relating to contacts with key stakeholders such as financial sources, customers and suppliers.
Finally, they give objective advice to the board on the company's performance and guidance on the principles of corporate legislation and, most importantly, bring outside experience relating to the financing and conduct of companies and contacts with key stakeholders such as financial sources, customers and suppliers.
"Our netting usually hides behind the scenes of hundreds of industrial and consumer products so it is relatively difficult for our customers and prospects to recognize what other functionalities plastic netting may bring outside of their existing application.
One hundred years ago, some lenders in the Midwest saw they needed to bring outside capital to those in the heartland eager to buy land of their own.
Bosses say: "Storage facilities are provided for those who bring outside food to the park."
"It's ridiculous, we have to bring outside witnesses to the court who can say that we were on the boat.
Traikov spoke during a meeting with economy experts and advisors, saying from now on those representatives will be appointed for a 3-year term instead of the current 1-year in order to halt the practice to bring outside people into the system, who then leave to work for the corporate business.
It has been my experience that those who bring outside expertise to the news business produce far more interesting and in-depth work.
It has its own combined heat and power plant that uses wood chips, waste paper and fibre fuel to generate electricity, hot water and steam; and is cooled using new techniques which bring outside air into the centre to cool servers.
Pak was also quoted as saying North Korea's partners cannot bring outside the country any material they would find through the verification process.
Principal lecturer in design, Paul Denison, who is also leading the sustainability course, said: "The week of events is a forum to bring outside expertise in and showcase some of the students' work.
And just as they bring outside perspectives to Washington, they also help convey American ideas abroad.
The new performance space can hold as many as 152 people, or scale back to less than 100 to maintain sight lines for a densely visual show such as "Faust." Sommers and Haas also plan a program called Open Studio, designed to bring outside artists into Open Eye.
They also bring outside resources into a school system to expand the capacity of a school district to create innovative schools in underserved areas.