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Academy

An institution of academics; College, Royal College.
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Official school: Classical Ballet Academy of Minnesota; Directors Cheryl Rist and Andrew Rist.
In a June 3 speech to the Anti-Defamation League's executive committee in Denver, Rosa acknowledged that the problems at the Academy are serious.
In summing up its "findings," the Academy said much more research needs to be done in this area.
I have nothing but admiration for the administrators and the faculty of the Academy, for their dedication to the purpose of the institution, and their sacrifices for the work of Catholic education, knowing in faith that "they that instruct many to justice shall shine as stars for all eternity" (Daniel, 12, 3).
Through the Afternoon Academy at Fifer Middle School and the Saturday Academy at Postlethwait Middle School, more than 160 students were served.
So far, academy students have worked with 25 nonprofit agencies in the Miami area and launched half a dozen Web sites, saving the groups an estimated $250,000 in design costs.
Colle+McVoy provided the Ag Academy with pro bono services to design the school's logo and produce a recruiting brochure and video, plus offered marketing consultation.
org or call 888/777-7077 and ask to speak with an AICPA Academy representative.
Friendly with the staff and familiar with the facility, he went on to complete the CNA certification course and became the first Academy member hired in that position at Daughters of Israel.
Muller's ability to get A-list names to lecture at her school is another thing that sets the Academy apart.
The watershed in the hierarchy's social composition during the 1750s was due, above all, to the increasingly clerical heritage of the new central Russian seminary and academy student bodies, who received preference over their non-Great Russian counterparts in the episcopal selection process from the 1750s on.
The Academy was, and continues to be, a key player promoting all of this change.

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