For while the local administration in Somaliland chafed under the harassment and threats of Sayyid Muhammad Abdille Hassan and contributed to the lack of clarity for a long time of British policy, the implications of his activities in the area also had serious implications for the administration of the Kenyan NFD
as it remained an area of possible retreat with the consequences that were possible.
was thought to be a purely cutaneous disease affecting only the skin and underlying soft tissue until Ting, Stone, Madison, and Kurtz (2003) described a patient who died 11 months after developing NFD
Callen noted that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recognized NFD
as a new disease entity in 2001.
The form and data produced at these tracks and supplied to other tracks from the NFD
is essential to non-BAGS racing and to open races.
I don't think people appreciate the workload on racing offices nowadays, which because of extra BAGS and evening races has increased dramatically since the NFD
came into being.
These things are part of what the NFD
provides to all tracks whether they have a BAGS contract, whether they are owned by bookmakers or whether they operate independently of BAGS.
Faulkner, in his letter, makes clear tracks can still supply BAGS form to the NFD
, adding "this issue may be reviewed according to circumstances.
The 2003 award winners were Laurie Cotter, NFD
secretary in the St.
McCoy Awards went to Georgia Gallagher, NFD
secretary in the Boston office, and John Kahler, senior benefits advocate, Houston.
The duties of an NFD
vary widely, as attested to by William Moore, NFD
at the Wichita, KS, office.
Through evaluation mission here announced, want NFD
to investigate the degree of usefulness and usability of these data have for different types of users.
Last August, $10 million was provided to its sister company, NFD
, to support sustainable tuna production and jobs in Solomon Islands.