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1. See: Second mortgage.

2. See: Second round.
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Secondees will form an integral part of the CMAs multi-disciplinary teams and have the opportunity to play a key role in delivering the CMAs aims and strategic goals through casework or wider legal and policy work.
Les equipes de controle constituees de veterinaires et secondees par les elements de la surete nationale veilleront, pour leur part, a la qualite des viandes grillees qui se vendent generalement pendant la nuit sachant que les clients de ce genre d'alimentation sont legion.
Chu will lead a team of specialized subject matter experts from China and current and former US secondees to China, all with in-depth knowledge of the country's regulations, business and practice.
Their whole approach to private sector investors needs to be more commercial by using secondees from the private sector, introducing a single access window for infrastructure investors and appointing a single manager for every project who is directly accountable for its delivery.
Si les premieres grandes courses sur routes sont disputees des 1869 (Bordeaux-Paris et Paris-BrestParis) d'autres suivent localement mais aussi au niveau national bien secondees par des medias specialises tels que Le Velo (fonde en 1892) qui assure vendre pres de 80.
At the end of 2010, the company's headcount totalled 624, comprising 362 secondees from Bapco, 15 from Mubadala and 58 from Occidental, and 189 new direct hires.
As a consequence we released some agency heads and sought volunteers from amongst the Land Rover secondees based at Castle Bromwich to return to Solihull.
A special Bureau for Compensation is staffed by secondees from several of these other units.
SG holds six of 12 seats on the Conseil de Surveillance (Board) and is heavily involved in management, with six French expatriate secondees, including President of the Directoire and other senior finance, risk, audit, HR and product positions.
While many law firm partners are adapting to change, particularly in the area of alternative billing structures and added-value offerings -- 63% of clients reported seeing better value for money since the recession started through add-ons such as free-of-charge secondees -- many are still not delivering what their clients want.