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Fai

In Islamic law, the spoils of war that a Muslim army may take if the territory is taken without bloodshed.
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FAI has posted a partial schedule of classes for fiscal year 2008.
FAI chief executive, Fran Rooney, confirmed that "substantial sponsorship" had been secured and negotiations on the possibility of the tournament were ongoing.
The last article about FAI in Contract Management was published in June 1993.
Under Clinger-Cohen, the FAI is responsible for assessing competencies of the entire acquisition workforce.
Speculation regarding the delay in releasing the report--originally expected in February--prepared by independent consultants MAANG and Associates, has fueled speculation that Indian affairs Minister Jane Stewart was on the verge of announcing the cancellation of the FAI agreement, a rumour vigorously denied by Indian affairs sources in Ottawa.
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This is about the players who ultimately, you would think, the FAI care about - and would look over whatever they have with us to assist them.
The panel advised that we should work together to educate players, but there's been nothing from the FAI," said McGuinness.
Siegfried Axtmann, FAI chairman and founder stated: FAIA[sup.
Initially, FAI Chief Executive Fran Rooney along with officers of the association put forward presentations to the group which lasted a few hours until the meeting broke up for lunch around 1pm.
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THE PFAI have accused the FAI of playing Scrooge before Christmas by deserting out of contract players in their hour of need.