The panel are continuing to whittle down
the entries at various locations after beginning their search in Manchester.
The Education Secretary Charles Clarke wants to introduce a new school certificate to measure pupils' capabilities in all subjects before they whittle down
which ones they will study for their GCSEs.
5 billion in sales last year from the Kmart pact, said it is beginning to whittle down
inventory in its distribution network that relates to the Kmart contract.
Johnny Murtagh rode the first two to whittle down
Pat Smullen's title lead to one, but he picked the wrong horse in the Listed Denny Cordell Lavarack Memorial.
But they still retain a key role in the initial stages of the contest, with the power to whittle down
the field of candidates to just two, who go forward into the closing round.
Johnson, Arthur, and Ford) and those monarchs who seized the crown through means other than inheritance (William I, Stephen, Henry IV, Edward IV, Richard III, Henry VII, and William III), one can whittle down
a list of roughly 34 leaders for each nation.
The sell off of federally owned Furnas is a part of a massive privatization schedule that, if it actually happens, should recharge investor interest in the country and help whittle down
the nation's huge domestic debt.
One such theme is the continuing desire of many suppliers, especially the larger and more diversified tier 1 vendors, to whittle down
their structures to focus on 'core' operations onlyO