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The rot in the Commonwealth Secretariat goes deep, but the principal point
is, and remains, about saving the Commonwealth from itself: That is, for me, a duty any responsible Commonwealth official could not possibly walk away from.
investment committee and will be the principal point
of liaison between the
He identifies the principal point
of the debate when he proposes that the Canadian identity debate works with(in) the logic of polarization, caught between the need to sustain diversity and the imperative to forge unity.
Whatever benefits owners, hirers, and slaves enjoyed within the many ways in which these hiring transactions were made, these were undermined or complicated by the second principal point
that Martin makes regarding these practices.
The principal point
of contact for administration of the PBL Awards program is Mr.
As the principal point
of contact for drug testing programs in high school, college, and professional sports, certified athletic trainers often see the first signs of chemical use among athletes.
As a principal point
of contact with the DOE's Rebuild America Program on behalf of the sponsoring organizations, PTI will lend the technical experience of its staff and that of the PTI Urban Consortium Energy Task Force to DOE by offering assistance to increasing program efficiencies, furthering program development and coordinating information sharing.
Sexuality, too, forms a principal point
of critical investigation:
The principal point
of exit was Detroit, Michigan, accounting for 65 percent of the exports to Canada.
3) Make Pool Meadow the principal point
for getting on and getting off buses.
Dickson is director of the Richmond, VA-based Virginia Department of Business Assistance, the principal point
of communication between state government and basic employees in the Commonwealth, addressing issues of significance to business.