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Projects In Controlled Environments. A structured project-management strategy developed by the Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency—CCTA, now part of the Office of Government Commerce in 1989—as a UK Government standard for IT project management.
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Meanwhile, as Mulay contends in the fourth chapter on Empire Films of the postcolonial era, the post-Second World War political environment necessitated a new aesthetic strategy in depicting India so that Britain might retain colonial control.
Mulay makes a chronological leap backward to discuss the Indian films of German director Franz Osten, whose Die Leuchte Asiens (The Light of Asia, 1925), Das Grabmal einer grossen Liebe (Tomb of Great Love, 1928), and Prapancha Pash (Throw of the Dice, 1929), though largely forgotten today, helped establish Indian cinema.
Shree Mulay was active in the South Asian Women's Community Centre and Breast Cancer Action Montreal and, nationally, served on the board of NAC just before becoming the director of the MCRTW in 1996, and became president of the Canadian Women's Studies Association in 2001.
Peta Tancred's successor, Shree Mulay, continued programs such as the speakers' series and the visiting scholars program, which brought people to the Centre.
White Gold tells the story of 11-year-old Thomas Pellow, who was on a captured ship and spent 23 years in the service of Sultan Mulay Ismail.
And among the royalty was Prince Mulay of Morocco, Spain's north African neighbour.
Even so,her father, the deposed sultan and profligate Mulay Abdul Aziz, insisted on her being betrothed to his cousin, Prince Moulay Ben El Mehdi Alaoui, theKhalifa of Tetuan, when she was only 16.
Indian Film Pioneer Vijaya Mulay Looks Back on Her Career.
The favorite wife was Lalla Aisha, "Lilia Isa," as Wilkins calls her, the mother of the first-born son Mulay Zaydan.
8] By the end of the century, the queen had established such cooperation with the Moroccan ruler, Mulay Ahmad al-Mansour, that the Dutch asked her to intercede on their behalf for the liberation of Dutch captives -- which she successfully did.
However, war against Islam is generally licit, though he warmly praises the Conde de Redondo, Governor of Arzila, and Mulay Ibrahim of Tetuan, who having fought, one for the freedom of his land and the other for the praise and glory of God, withdrew and exchanged gifts of quince jelly, fruit and other things, and became good friends, like the brave gentlemen they were.
1996) (explaining that the term "claim" in the Federal Rules is equivalent to "what used to be called a 'cause of action,' or in layman's terms a legal basis for suit'); Mulay Plastics, Inc.