Arbitron Information on Demand

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Arbitron Information on Demand

A computerized system available to subscribers providing information about American radio and some other markets; examples of such information include demographics, size and the products people in different markets are likely to buy. Arbitration Information on Demand provides a variety of reports. It is owned by the Arbitron Company.
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Britain''s legal aid system is the most generous in the world and fundamentally flawed as the bias in favour of claimants encourages speculative litigation, the ASI report said.
More than 20 decisions have been taken in barely eight weeks and "now is not the time to dismantle the state aid system or give up the benefits of European integration and cooperation".
The reforms currently being made to the legal aid system aim to deliver quality, access and value for money, ensuring future services are available for the people who need them the most.
At another institution, access to the financial aid system was limited to certain computers, which meant that staff trying to answer questions about both financial aid and student accounts had to be at the "right" machine.
A MAN of 62 had to make a 12-hour trip to see a lawyer because the legal aid system is in chaos, it was claimed yesterday.
TWO legal watchdogs have condemned the recent budget slash to the Legal Aid system announced by the government.
The provincial government intends to alter the legal aid system by proposing hire staff lawyers to perform legal aid work as well as contracting for services with individual lawyers and law firms.
A MERSEYSIDE MP today called for a review of the legal aid system.
Contract notice: supply and installation of the ticketing system, monetics and operating aid system
Let them then appeal or complain of injustice using their own money and not our legal aid system.
DEFENCE lawyers boycotted a city's court yesterday in protest at plans to change the legal aid system.
This paper highlights recommendations for strengthening and improving the financial aid system in Texas to better serve students and families.
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