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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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Despite the overall spiritual leadership of the hereditary King of Bali, a number of separate princedoms existed at various times--based largely upon the physical properties of the island.
In Germany, romanticist intellectuals created a movement that made race and language the rationale for the unification of the many small German states and princedoms of northern Europe.
Fowler2 319 and 335, to Colossians 1:16 as "Thrones, dominations, princedoms, virtues, powers," implicitly confirming the Son's creative role.
8) Further, she contrasts the hapless, aimless fairies with "The Angels of the Lord, from Heaven's Gate," who "March helmeted in gold and silver ranks / Thrones, Dominations, Princedoms, Virtues, Powers" (316).
Even more dismissive is the school of writing which prefers to think more in terms of the "imagined power" of long-vanished pre-colonial kingdoms and princedoms than the tangible power clearly exercised by figures like Charles Brooke.
The dances which remain display to view Princedoms, Archangels, and one circle more With Angels' jubilation is filled through.
The British established "residents" (political advisors) in most of the Malay states who, in many cases, became the actual rulers of the various princedoms and sultanates.
NOT as you might think at first glance an account of the forced transition of Wales from independent princedoms to England's first colony, but an exploration of an aspect of that colonisation of the Welsh Marches.
Professor Pryce said: "The series shows that the medieval princes of Wales were not just parochial rulers of princedoms but leaders who played a part on the European political stage.
Almost at the same time (1819-1820), Britain entered the Gulf and concluded agreements with the coastal princedoms to prevent pirates from attacking the ships of the East Indian Company laden with Britain-bound Indian riches.
Some of the letters, of course, are especially well known -- like that of 9 April 1513, when Machiavelli announced that fortune compelled him to talk about politics, and that of 10 December 1513, when he poignantly described his life in exile from Florence and announced the composition of his little work on princedoms.