We are making some changes in the industry, both corporately
Squall magazine [www.squall.co.uk] reports that Britain's Ministry of Defense has hired a private firm to supply "corporately
employed soldiers" to serve beside regular UK troops.
Rather, as Jennifer Fisk Rondeau states in the Terpstra volume, the confraternities' practice of writing statutes and electing officials permitted them to speak and act corporately
in the public sphere; this made them potentially su bversive to constituted authorities.
Under the agreement DomainAudit has developed for CPA a corporately
branded web site that offers a domain name management service specifically designed to meet the needs of intellectual property owners.
I have used the club, privately and corporately
, over a number of years and it never fails to impress.
The future is not something "out there." It is in you, individually and corporately
, and in present and future generations.
Ten newly licensed Thomas Kinkade Galleries and one corporately
owned Thomas Kinkade Store were opened by late spring.
The large number of transfers handled by relocation companies each year indicates that the marketing of corporately
owned houses is an important niche in the residential brokerage industry.
But in the United States we live in a democracy, and corporately
our leaders must and undoubtedly will base their decision on our reaction as, a nation to this awful threat.
In the Northwest, immense corporately
owned forests and tree farms dominate public waters, fisheries, highways and, indirectly, downstream communities and properties.