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public housing

Housing owned and operated by the government, usually for rental to lowincome families. Contrast with low-income housing, which is privately owned but government supported through a variety of incentives.

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Each step has its own challenges depending on the project, but Fattori said the first stop usually takes the most time.
In addition to the initial coordination conducted during the project nomination process, detailed project site selection criteria are assessed during the site surveys.
An employee receives a six-month assignment on a long-term project; more than a year after completing it, he unexpectedly receives a reassignment to the project for a seven-month period.
There is an unstated insistence in the selection that the projects all be, if not built, then at least buildable (as if this makes them more real as architecture).
Included among the project's successes is the fact that many elders have had nursing home admissions significantly delayed.
* The project must require that students incorporate findings from psychology research (both basic and applied or community-based).
The project has a substantial national outreach and education component that will be implemented by a local NGO, the Ecomonitoring Club, which has been a partner of AMERICAN FORESTS since 1992.
In other cases, foundations and associations formed by business leaders administer the project. Examples are the Marriott Foundation for Persons with Disabilities, The National Restaurant Association, and the Electronic Industries Foundation.
The project included the installation of a 23-ton-per-day chlorine dioxide generator and a modification of the mill's bleaching plant.
The projects were almost evenly divided between those in which the teachers chose to be the service provider's, and those in which they and their special education students provided the service.
Investigators working on projects supported through the Development Fund must understand that they will be expected to compete for independent R01 funding when the projects become sufficiently mature.
The guidelines for residential projects require the projects be located within the Zone.

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