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In Under Western Eyes, Conrad describes the schema of a powerfully centralized but bureaucratically corrupt Russian central government which is in conflict with the anarchists who attempt to overthrow it, a schema which had been repeated with systemic variations in Russia throughout the nineteenth century.
Someone with the typical German bent of being bureaucratically perfect, even in recreation, could be mistaken for OCD in the USA.
Beytullah Eunce said the Turkish education system is bureaucratically controlled from one center and shaped by political and economic concerns.
"We do not need a temporary, bureaucratically weighty solution like this," he argued: the temporary suspension of the ETS in aviation, valid until April 2014, should be extended until 2020.
There, water is relatively plentiful, but disposal of wastewater has been bureaucratically difficult and expensive, while the sites that can collect it are scarce.
"Why expand the bureaucratically encrusted waste and corruption-ridden Medicaid model that is bankrupting government when freedom works so much better?"
"Countries that have a radicalisation problem previously had to rely on ad hoc support from wealthier donor nations, many of which are not bureaucratically capable of sponsoring the small intervention programs necessary to disrupt the radicalisation process," William McCants, a former State Department counter-terrorism official who is now a fellow at the Brookings Institution, told the New York Times.
Since colonial days, local residents gather as a legislative body, approving local operating budgets and passing town ordinances in a more informal manner than is seen in other more bureaucratically oriented parts of the country.
"It was bureaucratically difficult for SMEs to supply the city council before and now we are making it harder.
As America retreats from its costly and unpopular wars, it needs ways to influence a world shaken by what former national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski calls the "global political awakening." The United States also needs to get its act together bureaucratically -- coordinating military services and government agencies the way SOCOM has done with its joint forces.
Conservation-minded, economically profitable and bureaucratically savvy.
In his view, the Payner case was an an opportunity to re-evaluate "the misguided philosophy of EU subsidies", which redistributes taxpayers' money to bureaucratically selected projects and priorities.
We envision a .RADIO TLD experience that is professional, reliable and all-inclusive; with a deep history of encouraging innovation and openness in the domain space, not bureaucratically backwards.
And while the whistleblower will undoubtedly be bureaucratically drawn and quartered, the onus of proof will now rest with the 'wronged party.'
Many smaller banks have recruited refugees from large banks who have weathered the perils of acquisition, mergers, bureaucratically numbing processes and rampant downsizing.