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Bill of Activities

A catalog of all activities that must be completed to create a finished product. For example, the bill of activities for constructing a building may list mixing the concrete, putting up the steel beams, and so forth. See also: Bill of materials.
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The vessel will be under BOA Offshore AS management and will be chartered to BOA Marine Services Inc.
Lee Maen, founding partner of Innovative Dining Group, owner of Boa Steakhouse, said: "This is a major milestone for Boa and Innovative Dining Group.
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In the face of difficult operating conditions, BoA continues to effectively monitor risk exposures and is increasingly following a cautious lending policy.
A BOA spokesman said: "Lord Moynihan has decided that he is going to step down as chairman of the BOA once a successor is elected to the position later this year.
Our office has even had a call from a member of the BOA medical team who has also expressed surprise at the organisation's decision to go public with the request.
Known as the "area-wide" approach to community revitalization, the BOA program developed in New York, has become a national model of economic revitalization in communities struggling with multiple brownfields, disinvestment and decay.
Howman had earlier claimed in a New Zealand radio interview that the BOA and supporters of the lifetime ban "had been held up to ridicule like they are being by some of the world media", and in a conference call with reporters he criticised BOA chairman Lord Moynihan for describing the outcome of the court case as "a hollow victory for WADA".
BOA chairman Lord Moynihan said: "It is a policy that reflects the culture and character of Team GB.
Caborn said: "I don't believe it's helpful that the BOA are trying to unpick a deal set six years, and which was said at the time to be a good deal.
The Mail on Sunday newspaper said the BOA had told them that any athlete refusing to sign the agreement will not be allowed to travel and any British participant who signs it then speaks out during the games will be sent home.
The airline will offer a weekly flight from London's Gatwick Airport to Boa Vista from 10 July 2007, departing Tuesdays at 09:15 and arriving in Boa Vista at 13:15 local time.