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a series, as of names or words, printed or written down

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"The managers refuse to release a roster early so you can plan something properly.
This opportunity, via the Consulate General in New York, is one that will have an incredible impact for the Canadian business economy through Race Roster and Voices.com.
NZNO does not think BUPA is intending to introduce the four-on/four-off roster in all of its facilities.
It means a player making the league minimum or slightly more, if he got a signing bonus as a rookie, and then was good (and fortunate) enough to stay on the active roster for an entire season, might clear $3 million over four years, before hitting retirement at 25.
Airport bosses say they are still in discussion with the unions, and that the new rosters 'deliver a number of benefits to a large proportion of our workforce, at the same time as giving the best possible airport experience to our 28m passengers.'.
'We're coming in with an intact roster, but our maturity and chemistry had greatly improved,' said Delos Santos, whose wards are the most victorious this year after winning the Grand Prix and Challenge Cup beach volleyball crowns.
The SBP and PBA's move is similar to the 1994 roster that participated in the Hiroshima Games when San Miguel and Purefoods players comprised most of the team.
He applauded the efforts of NDMA and its partners for launching of first ever National Roster on SERT.
A(r) Nadeem Ahmed was the chief guest in the launching ceremony of NHN Surge Emergency Response Team (SERT) National Roster.
As some of the Miami Heat's offseason moves already have shown, there no longer is straight line between filling a 20-player training-camp roster and then making the final cut to 15 by the season opener.
Clause 8 (and specifically Clauses 8.10-8.15) of the Opal Aged Care (NSW) Enterprise Agreement 2016 sets out the consultation mechanism to be used if there is a proposal to introduce a change to the regular roster or ordinary hours of work.
The schemes varied but resulted from someone using a state certification number of a Federal Housing Administration roster appraiser, HUD's alert said, noting that the FHA roster appraisers had been unaware of the misuse.
The Confederate Soldiers of Rockbridge County, Virginia: A Roster
The Directors Roster is a detailed record of executives added to corporate boards.
The DHB has been reviewing the four-on/ two-off roster at the centre.