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Mark Bennett has a long and distinguished career as a lawyer and public servant in Hawaii that makes him well-qualified to serve as a judge on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Senator Schatz said.
According to the study done by researchers at the Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex, if a child is the eldest female, then she is more likely to be the most ambitious and well-qualified of all her family, while firstborn boys were next in line for success.
If your party nominated a generally well-qualified person for president who happened to be _____, would you vote for that person?
The report, by the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA), concludes: "The fact that nearly four in 10 of those well-qualified students who successfully gained places and visas did not endorse the statement that the UK welcomes international students is a very real cause of concern.
In the event of a permanent exit of a clearing bank, every effort should be made to sell the exiting bank's clearing business to another well-qualified bank.
Editor Linda Zinn asked longtime medical director Keith Krein, MD, CMD, the corporate medical director for Cleveland, Tennessee-based Life Care Centers of America, and former president of the American Medical Directors Association (AMDA), to share his insights on finding a well-qualified medical director and, once hired, what to expect from him or her.
2) To what extent do DOD overseas schools experience difficulties recruiting and retaining well-qualified teachers?
Chris Cox, a securities lawyer and a member of the House of Representatives from California since 1989, is well-qualified to make the move from the legislative branch to the executive branch.
While the expertise and experience of Powell and Rice--arguably one of the most well-qualified foreign-policy tandems in the history of our nation--is far from limited to Africa, it is obvious that their appointments ideally position the Bush administration to build on the foundation established by former President Bill Clinton with his historic visits to Ghana, Uganda, South Africa, Botswana, and Senegal in 1998, and to Nigeria and Tanzania last year.
Any one of the couple of dozen gay people I had seen in the crowd--including me--would have been well-qualified to be up there.
In fact, the GFOA said elected state and local government officials were especially well-qualified to serve the public interest on the FAF board.
A taxpayer may qualify for the safe harbor by setting the option price at the average of the FMVs determined by independent and well-qualified experts.
As the school continues to grow," predicts Keary, "so will a staff of well-qualified professionals dedicated to training dancers that represent the state of Mississippi.
Is it fairer for an official to promote a well-qualified teacher than to promote a less-qualified friend when, as everyone knows, to fail to help a friend would be immoral, a betrayal?
GEICO is experiencing remarkable growth and we are looking for well-qualified people who want to be a part of our success -- and we know they are here in Tucson," added Furnas.