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PK) is the only Chinese financial institution named as 'a globally systematically important financial institution' by global regulators.
This outrageous equation might not be surprising in media outlets like England's BBC and The Guardian, which systematically delegitimate Israel and blacken its name.
In each case, the program faculty had systematically identified appropriate learning goals and had collected information about whether those learning goals were being achieved.
The damage to the central plants and to the extensive distribution and collection systems for the respective drinking-water and sewage systems are being systematically repaired but will take many more months for completion.
Commission on Human Rights, said Nepalese police and army admit that ''torture was acceptable in some instances, and was indeed systematically practiced in order to extract confessions and to obtain intelligence.
In summary, we found that VA still does not systematically assess decision-making consistency among the 57 regional offices.
A total of 600 patients beginning antidepressant treatment for depression were systematically sampled from 7 group-model primary care clinics; patients already receiving psychotherapy were excluded.
Blogs have quickly emerged as leading-edge sources of influence, opinion-sharing and consumer voices on the Internet, and it's critical that today's marketers systematically understand and measure what's being said by bloggers to gauge the full impact of online word-of-mouth behavior.
Specifically, there are two primary forms of discrimination in mortgage lending: disparate treatment which is the obvious and unequal treatment of applicants; and disparate-impact policies that, while equally applied, systematically disadvantage minorities.
Semi-detached is Landy's first major project since Breakdown 2001, his most celebrated work to date, in which he systematically destroyed all of his possessions in a central London department store.

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