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Nation

A group of persons with a common identity completely separate from other groups. There is no consensus as to what separates a nation from, say, an ethnic group beyond wide acceptance of a group's identity as a nation. Many nations also have their own states or countries, though most countries are multinational.
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pounds 402m (up from pounds 202m last year), 95 nationally.
According to ACA standard PA-20-Mandatory for Watercraft Supervisor Qualifications--Youth, to supervise each watercraft activity, a staff member must hold one of the following: instructor rating in the appropriate craft from a nationally recognized body or lifeguard training from a nationally recognized certifying body or other acceptable certification or license, such as a rafting guide license.
The term "long-term issuer credit rating" means a written opinion issued by a nationally recognized statistical rating organization of the bank's overall capacity and willingness to pay on a timely basis its unsecured, dollar-denominated financial obligations maturing in not less than one year.
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Staffing firm The Winter, Wyman Companies announces the expansion of service capabilities to include Technology contract placements in New York as well as nationally with the promotion of Vimal Shyamji to General Manager of their new Technology Contracting - National division.
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The acquisition positions Jones Lang LaSalle as the most powerful project and development services operation regionally and nationally, and enables the company to provide Q&A clients with its full range of integrated real estate services.
15pc of the workforce have degrees, compared to 20pc nationally.
Because parents ultimately guide their children's education--and have the potential to strongly impact the standards of the music teaching profession--MTNA asked several parents why they chose a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music to instruct their kids.
The region also continues to lead the nation in foreclosures, accounting for almost half the total 103,075 filings reported nationally last month.

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