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core value

A fundamental idea that unites individuals and defines the efforts and goals of the institution for which they work. In health care, core values include devotion and service to others, lifelong learning, and a dedication to ongoing quality improvement.
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Credo works well as an 'anti-textbook' in that it serves as an originally written and critical introduction to many of the key concepts and theories in current mainstream economics thinking and ecological economics.
The Literati service component allows subscribers to determine which tools and services would have the greatest impact on their work," explains Carol Helton, executive vice president of customer solutions and marketing at Credo.
Even the inside of her mouth, her throat and her uterus had blisters," recalls friend and fund-raiser for Credo's cause, 30-year-old British expat Lisa Kingsley.
Hospitalised and heavily sedated, Credo Del Rosario's employers and colleagues are checking up on her daily at her bedside to lend her strength in her battle toward recovery.
Winner of nine of his 34 races, King Credo won more than pounds 100,000 in prize-money, landing the 1992 Imperial Cup and the 1993 Tote Gold Trophy, although arguably his best run was when fourth to Granville Again in the 1993 Champion Hurdle.
I am of the opinion that if more of our fellow CPAs had paid attention to what was being written in 1994, and to things like Mason's credo, words like "Enron," "WorldCom," "SOX," and "Madoff" might not be in our vocabulary today.
"This system provides optimal strength and stability for the walls while significantly reducing use of building materials," said Todd Lapinsky, president of Credo Construction, in a press release.
CREDO Petroleum Corporation (NASDAQ:CRED), a US-based company that explores and develops oil and gas properties, has reported a wildcat discovery well.
And some lines were certainly not audible, particularly in the Et incarnatus, Crucifixus and Et resurrexit sections of the Credo.
Credo Investments has announced the completion of Le Solarium, a maiden development project worth Dh405 million ($110.3 million) at Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO).
En la primera (13-34), Men' recuerda el origen del Credo de Nicea-Zargrad (asi es como llaman los rusos a Constantinopla: la ciudad de los zares), al tiempo que insiste en la necesidad de que todos los cristianos conozcan bien este testimonio de fe.