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Background

Anything used in an advertisement that is not the primary goal of that advertisement. Examples of background information include actors, music and colors. For example, the background in an ad for a vacation package may be an image of a family on the beach. Background is used in marketing to produce a desired response.
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Thus we believe that a large fraction of the current backgrounds arises from fast neutron interactions that can be further reduced with additional amounts of hydrogenous materials.
Applicants with criminal backgrounds would be ineligible for a license.
Sarah White, a policy manager for the Alliance of American Insurers, agrees that the awareness level about the importance of background checks and strict underwriting has been raised.
Second, many objects have a separation between the inlay and the background piece.
It includes making criminal background checks even if law does not require it.
In a world where the ability to manage diversity has become a key to success, leaden who break the mold of the European-American CEO are finding that their racial and ethnic backgrounds, instead of being handicaps, can be assets helping them lead their organizations forward.
Wasn't your CPA background needed to turn things around?
Relatively fewer CEOs with backgrounds in engineering/research, operations, or sales/marketing are involved in the process.
The experiment will make use of the existing apparatus for the NIST proton-trap lifetime experiment, which can provide substantial background reduction by providing an electron-proton coincidence trigger.
In addition to saying more criminal backgrounds were detected at MacLaren, county officials - in the report issued Monday - recommended spending $1.