Arbitron Information on Demand

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Arbitron Information on Demand

A computerized system available to subscribers providing information about American radio and some other markets; examples of such information include demographics, size and the products people in different markets are likely to buy. Arbitration Information on Demand provides a variety of reports. It is owned by the Arbitron Company.
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According to a UNDP statement, the meeting tackled the necessary guidelines to build a legal aid system capable of providing high quality services at the national level and facilitate access to these services by the largest possible segments of society.
The Project s scope of activity covers both the reform of the public procurement system and specific support for the development of the Ukrainian state aid system.
Lewis Pearson, vicepresident of the Newcastle Law Society, said: "e eect on the whole Legal Aid system will be profound and ultimately leading to a signicant reduction in rms as well as reduction to justice.
Since the beginning of its implementation in 2011, the free legal aid system has faced serious challenges.
I am becoming more disgusted at BritainOs legal aid system day by day.
BARRISTERS are going on strike today to protest at cuts to the legal aid system.
TENS of thousands of hardup Britons will be denied justice under sweeping changes to Britain's Legal Aid system, warns Sunday Mirror consumer rights champion Dean Dunham.
CONCERNS over the proposed reform of the criminal legal aid system have been voiced in the House of Commons by Redcar MP Ian Swales.
The link-up means Law Centre staff will work with 750 families over three years - at a time when changes to the legal aid system means many people would otherwise go without help.
A SENIOR barrister has criticised the UK Government's proposed changes to the legal aid system, believing they would hit hardworking families the hardest, as well as "decimating" the Bar of England and Wales.
a Gregory Bull QC, leader of the Wales and Chester Circuit, condemned the Government's proposals for further reform of the legal aid system in England and Wales a describing them as "a shambles" and not being in the public interest.
The profession is fighting plans to change the legal aid system which would mean suspects lose the rights to choose a solicitor and instead have one appointed for them.
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