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In the broadest sense, an organisation empowered to create and enforce law, and to manage (administer) an area of land, a specific group of people, or an association.
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Whichever test you advocate, you identify a feature that you claim to be present in all and only those cases of governmentally tempted defendants whose entrapment defenses should be honored--either lack of culpability or governmental misconduct.
The ill-gotten gains were then used as campaign contributions to government officials in order to preserve and maintain the EIDC's governmentally sponsored monopoly, which forced directors and producers to pay fees to the EIDC.
This group is non governmentally funded and places the centre of the British space race in a large shed in Stockport.
Such an assemblage is often "capitalistic" in the sense that the constituted assemblage is also accumulated under a smaller body (that is, in the largest sense, "capitalized"); democratic relations are often synthesized into representational forms that are governmentally higher than themselves.
Aside from governmentally regulated compliance in areas including workplace health and safety, child labor, compensation, and discrimination, communicating and reporting CSR should also include social performance through policies, procedures, special programs, and specific data collection like focus groups and surveys with stakeholders.
In recent years he has concentrated on overlooked corners of history, as in his recent novel A Fifth of November, which is set in England in 1605 at a time when Roman Catholics, and especially priests, were a governmentally persecuted minority.
In a capitalist society and especially for a governmentally fragmented region, how business organizes its civic involvement is big news.
A philosophical debate has been sparked between those who believe in and support the idea that taxation influences consumer tendencies and those who refute the idea that governmentally implemented tax schemes have any influence at all on consumer practices.
In any case, legal guarantees of liberty of belief and practice within broad limits, and the concomitant prohibition of governmentally sanctioned particularistic worship, set the boundaries of religious activity in the public sphere.
Whereas Sutton addresses the extent to which an employer can require its employees to meet its own self-imposed standards, Kirkingburg and Murphy flesh out the extent to which an employer may rely on governmentally established standards that operate to disqualify employees on the basis of their impairments without such reliance perfecting the disqualified employee's "regarded as" case.
Fee-for-service, discounted fee-for-service, capitation, private pay, governmentally sponsored care, resource bundles of every size and shape, wholesale, retail, cash and credit cards are all much more likely to figure in your organization's future revenues than any of the single schemes periodically offered by various politicians.
Working inter- governmentally to firm up Europol is very much our policy.

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