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corps

Vox populi A cadre of similarly minded coves or chaps. See National Health Service Corps.
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You can learn more about Corps Team and access their resources at www.
The corps stands ready to assist on procurement and property management, financial management, human resources, information management, motor pool operations, travel, customs and shipping, and facilities management.
After a short stint with American Ballet Theatre's Studio Company, she returned and joined NYGB's corps in 2004.
The documentary, which is available on the Jarhead collector's edition DVD, chronicles the real life experiences of several Marine Corps Iraq War veterans and a Persian Gulf War veteran.
We have a difficult job of trying to strike the right balance between environmental concern and human development,'' said corps spokesman Jay Field.
In this 109th Congress, Lobby Corps members are going to the Hill on key "Democracy Agenda" issues, as well as other League legislative issues.
Regular C corps are not eligible for preferential rates, meaning capital gains can be taxed up to the maximum corporate rate of 35 percent.
Jamie pulled up the Peace Corps e-mail address and I sent off a brief note of inquiry asking what the process and the options for a gay couple would be.
Students in our Youth Corps would focus on economic development, not simple community service.
Marine Corps EA-6B requirements officer, detailed the current status of the Prowler fleet.
United States Army Corps of Engineers, a federal judge in New Jersey held that the Corps of Engineers could not require a federal permit to fill approximately 54 acres of wetlands merely because the wetlands were connected by a stream to the Hackensack River.
One reason for the inconsistent determinations may have been the vague guidelines under which the corps operated.