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the proponent. ABAD would play its role as pool between proponents,
Arif Yousuf said that SEPA should also issue acknowledgment to the proponent. ABAD would play its role as pool between proponents, who were members of ABAD and SEPA for swift resolution of issues.
Proponent: Shell Canada and their coventure partners--KOGAS, Mitsubishi, and PetroChina
In order to accomplish the training part of the proponent's mission, AOKMP conducts three KM training courses: the Army KM Qualification Course, the KM Representative Course, and the Army KM Senior Leader Workshop.
The Army Acquisition Support Center (USAASC)--a direct reporting unit to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for ALT (ASA[ALT])--is the personnel proponent for all military and DA civilians within the Army Acquisition Corps (AAC) and ALT workforce.
At the least, a prudent board might want to have the backing of the Discovery Institute, a Seattle-based nonprofit and a principal proponent of ID, which had distanced itself from the Dover defense, perhaps anticipating the loss.
The most notable proponent of this viewpoint was anthropologist Manuel Gamio, who headed up a newly established government department charged with understanding and assimilating Indians.
The Surgeon General (TSG) is the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) Personnel Proponent and is responsible for developing personnel management policies for Department of the Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel (DA G1) approval.
Proponent. The proponent and responsible agency for this policy is the U.S.
Leading proponent Jonathan Wells, for instance, is a member of the Unification Church and has written that the words of the Rev.
If the personal representative named in the will does not act within a reasonable time, any proponent of a will may offer a will in due form for probate and claim attorneys' fees and costs pursuant to the statute.