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Skilling

A subdivision of the speciedaler, the former currency of Norway. A skilling was worth 1/120 of one speciedaler.
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Since joining the district in 2007, Skilling has been guiding the district to go global by implementing a mandatory 11-year world language requirement, and the district as a whole is on track to be certified International Baccalaureate by 2012.
Like SRNH, he firmly believes that quality education and skilling will drive India's super-growth.
The November 2010 EDge issue included a discussion between Skilling and Tony Wagner, author of The Global Achievement Gap.
It "targeted corruption that lacked [the] symmetry" of standard money or property frauds, where the victim was directly swindled by a fraudster, said the Supreme Court in its July judgment on the Skilling case.
A jail source added: "Skilling has been going on about how sorry he is for nicking the money.
Skilling is a popular weatherman at WGN, a superstation owned, like the newspaper, by Tribune Co.
Skilling, who routinely showed no remorse for what happened on his watch and even at his sentencing maintained his complete innocence, is of course going to appeal the federal judge's decision.
23 by Jeffrey Skilling, the disgraced former CEO of Enron Corp., too much couldn't be enough.
Former Enron chief executive Jeffrey Skilling, hs been jailed for 24 years and four months.
Emily Adams, 26, says she is too scared to return to work after her ordeal at the hands of drug addict Scott Skilling.
THIS Oscar-nominated documentary has been made extra topical by last month's court case which found chairman Ken Lay and CEO Jeff Skilling guilty of what you might call 'corporate manslaughter'.