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Credo

A short statement of principles and/or goals to guide a company in the conduct of its business. See also: Mission statement.
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The DA regional office plans to acquire more than 16,000 bags of certified rice seeds and an equal number of bags of corn seeds for distribution, as well as to distribute materials for construction of shallow tube wells, Credo said.
Sharp anticipates that the CREDO system will reduce its packaging inventory costs, improve operational efficiency and simplify Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
As the costs are becoming too high for her employers to bear, a facebook page has been created to raise awareness in the community to assist in Credo Del Rosario's road to recovery.
Maguire and King Credo had Granville Again behind when winning the Grade 2 Ascot Hurdle, providing his trainer and owners with a treasured memory.
C[pounds sterling]Since we have successfully fulfilled our commitment to our clients with a timely completion of the project, the market will look to us with increased expectations,C[yen] said Ali Reza Mohammed Ali, managing director of Credo Investments.
For information regarding Credo Chamber Music, contact Peter Slowik at (440) 774-3658 or visit www.
Discipline over emotion" is the creed at Baltimore-based Credo Capital Management L.
Bentley Property Developments, advised by Savills, has sold the freehold interest of a new office building at Springvale Business Park, Bilston, West Midlands to Credo Property Group for pounds 4.
The HR professional is in a critical spot to assist an enterprise in transforming its implicit credo into an explicit one.
Reverend Craft blasts the popular modern credo, "I'll leave you alone to do whatever you want to do, as long as you leave me alone to do my thing.
The new edition, Creeds and Confessions of Faith in the Christian Tradition, comprises three volumes of documents, but the editors have wisely added a fourth, Credo, a remarkable study of the role of creeds over the whole history of Christianity.
CREDO was a double-blind clinical trial involving more than 2,100 patients who underwent planned elective PCI.