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Scope

In business, the objectives and parameters of a project or department. Good management prevents a project from going beyond its scope, which may require more resources, take up more time, and lead to a less focused conclusion.
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WebWorkZone provides a secure, web-based environment where SCOPA members can share documents, threaded discussions, workflows and group calendars.
Goldberg agreed to pay Scopa under the names of third parties, resulting in the creation of hundreds of false documents including multiple false tax documents and tax returns filed with the IRS.
Mednansky, chief executive officer of Del Frisco's Restaurant Group, is pleased to announce the appointment of April Scopa to the position of vice president of human resources and training.
Healthcare investment banking announced the addition of a new partner, Jim Scopa, who joined the firm from Deutsche Bank Alex Brown to co- head the firm's healthcare practice with Jamie Streator.
Mike Scopa, Deltek's Director of Advantage Development, points out that, "More than 100 of our customers provided exceptionally valuable feedback throughout the product testing program.
Previously, he was the founder of The Scopas Technology Company, a chlorine dioxide research and development firm.
25) informs us that a famous statue of Apollo Citharoedus by Scopas stood in the temple, but it is impossible to ascertain whether Propertius refers to this statue.
Thanks to the long Peloponnesian war (431-404 BC), a hiatus of a generation intervened between the classical age of Phidias and Polyclitus, from 465, and the appearance of Praxiteles, Scopas and Lysippus.
The slighted Scopas refuses to pay the full fee, and at that moment Simonides is told that two unnamed young men wish to see him outside.