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corps

Vox populi A cadre of similarly minded coves or chaps. See National Health Service Corps.
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The NYSC Coordinator said the workshop was organised to enhance a closer working relationship between the management of the scheme, corps employers and the corps members.
A l'exception de quelques tableaux representant des masques mortuaires plutot que des personnes humaines ou des corps baillonnes, les personnages de Farida Bouazzaoui sont anonymes.
The stuff we thought was so much fun [decades ago] probably doesn't fit into society right now," said A&M System Chancellor John Sharp, who joined the Corps as an undergraduate in the late 1960s.
2) MSF is slightly different from the other organizations in that it emphasizes short-term responsiveness instead of long-term engagement, making its activities more analogous to FID, while the programs of BIMI and the Peace Corps are more analogous to security cooperation.
The Department has called on the Exec Corps to help roll out new management programs such as Computer Aided Job Evaluation and WebPASS procurement, and to help implement the Collaborative Management Initiative.
In this issue, Dance Magazine profiles seven of the upcoming dancers; three are still in the corps and four have become soloists.
To improve the situation, he said, the commandant of the Marine Corps created the U.
Grunwald wonders how the Corps has escaped the lion's share of culpability for Katrina.
For every Oliver North, I hear from numerous other veterans--especially Marines--who recognize themselves in the story I told, and recognize the same Marine Corps that they served in.
Environmentalists contend that the corps has not studied the cumulative impact of all that construction in and along the river.
Today's Lobby Corps draws some 20 volunteers from Leagues in the Washington, DC, area.