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Representative

1. See: Agent.

2. See: Broker.

3. See: Attorney.
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Merks representative Janis Lievitis explained to LETA that the company was visited by the Competition Council's representatives today who met with Merks CEO Oskars Ozolins.
11:26 (GMT+4)Azerbaijani freestyle wrestler Murad Hagverdiyev (45 kg) in Group A defeated Russian representative Eldar Asakaev at the XV Summer European Youth Olympic Festival,Trendreports.
SO6YO829, Femi Gbajamiabila is a fit and proper person to be elected to the House of Representatives and to the Office of the Speaker of the House.
Earlier, the cantonment boards held party-based election in April 2015 in which 90 percent of the elected representatives hailed from Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N).
The tasks of the Special Representative for Human Rights are to enhance the effectiveness and visibility of EU human rights policy.
Speaking at the event, the High Representative stressed that once the new authorities have been formed the test will be for them to demonstrate through their actions a sincere and robust commitment to the EU path.
Christine Kilduff, Washington House of Representatives
The nightmare of Representative Sloh came Tuesday, June 12, during regular sitting of members of the House of Representatives, when Montserrado County Electoral District #8 Representative Acarous Moses Gray complained that the lawmaker's statement has the propensity to bring the body to public disrepute and undermine good intention its members have for the country.
Current Player representatives: Rahul Dravid (former India captain); Tim May (former Australia off-spinner and ex-CEO of FICA).
The recent mass recruitment of representatives by FA firms from competitors was accompanied by sizeable sign-on incentives.
The author considers the impact of Latino representatives in US Congress and the role they play in the American political system, arguing that representative ethnicity influences representative action and exploring why representatives matter for the political inclusion and influence of Latinos.
At a meeting organised by All Karachi Anjuman-e-Tajran Ittehad (AKATI), the representatives from different markets associations of the city also supported the policy of Businessmen Group (BMG) at KCCI about public service.