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Grad

In Croatia, a political subdivision equivalent to a city.
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Mr Messer said: "Our ambition is for the GRADs to design something by this time next year, perhaps working with a community group or charity who would not otherwise have been able to afford architectural services.
1996-97 Kinshasa Davis SPR Wilson Classical, USC Grad.
From small-town America to the big city, politics trumps business," says Jorge Perez, an MLI grad and president of the Calumet Area Industrial Commission.
The Stari grad Agency is searching for development partners for many such buildings, and has evolved a scheme by Boris Podrecca for turning the ruins of the girls' school into a mixed-use complex, including shops, offices, a restaurant and a hotel.
A subsequent effort translated GRAD into a Web-based instrument that now includes several important features.
Introduced in the then Soviet Army in 1962, the twelve-tube Grad is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
Building the needed infrastructure is an ongoing process, Grad explains, which involves providing residents with a variety of ways to learn, making computers easily accessible and establishing a funding source for needed upgrades and support materials.
Grad of PowerUP, for one, thinks the partnerships and long-term commitments have provided a buffer.
The significant early interest in Grad Beekman is a reflection of the market's desire for outstanding quality, understated elegance and lasting value - particularly in this highly desirable neighborhood.
I know my answers should be yes, but then I always meet another grad student who has read more, written more, presented more, and I rush back to my computer to re-work that prospectus one more time.
Cosmopolitan Curandero: Harvard grad & pal Gerardo Waisburg hawk health online.