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General contractor. Also can be written as G/C.

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It is thus evident that the GCEs are invariant under the CDTs.
While the mgo chen's origins are elusive, we do encounter this graph already in some Tibetan edicts issued by the Mongol imperial court of Yuan China; see, for example, the imperial edict issued by Imperial Preceptor dishi Rin chen rgyal mtshan (1257-1305) in the Bod kyi lo rgyus yig tshags gces btus / A Collection of Historical Archives of Tibet, eds.
SSA's Automotive GCE opened its doors in Southfield, Michigan in January, 1996 and employs industry-focused automotive experts.
The popularity of many of our GCSE and GCE qualifications in England as well as Wales has put us in a sound financial position, enabling us to benefit from some economies of scale, and also to be involved in valuable wider policy discussions.
When the time came to lose the dreams and get a real career I didn't have a calling to do much of anything and as Pentrecwrt wasn't exactly a land of job opportunities, I went off to college 40 miles away and spent a very happy two years there getting my GCEs.
A REUNION is being organised for pupils of Annfield Plain Secondary Modern Boys' School who started in September, 1958, and left in 1963, and those who left before taking GCEs.
On failing the second half of the scholarship, my education continued at Richard Hind Secondary Technical School where all members of the A stream took GCEs, as did the more able pupils from the B stream.
There are far too many instances of significant discrepancies now emerging affecting all boards at Alevel, AS-level and GCES and of grades being corrected as a result of remarking requests for the QCA's explanation to be taken seriously,' he said.
IN the good old days, when they were still called GCEs and I was still sitting them, our set Shakespeare play was Othello - the story of a man who became so frenzied by self-pity that he savagely murdered his wife and then killed himself.
He didn't enjoy his time there and left school, aged 15, with just three GCEs.