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Good for parts only. A flippant and highly inappropriate term for a brain-dead patient whose use to the world is limited to organ donation
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(16.) United States Government Printing Office, An Informal Report of the Public Printer, September, 1944, Government Publishing Office Historical Collection, Washington D.
Economic Report of the President, Transmitted to the Congress, January 1966, "The Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers," Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1966, pp.
Originating from the GPO Access Act, or more officially, the Government Printing Office Electronic Information Access Enhancement Act of 1993 (Public Law 103-40, 107 Stat.
"A Defense for a New Era: Lessons of the Persian Gulf War." (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1992), p.
Despite all of his success and plans for expansion (he'd like to have Freeman's Barber Shop franchises all over the country), Freeman still keeps his day job as director of minority procurement for the Government Printing Office in addition to cutting hair.
Government Printing Office, 1991); United States Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, An Analysis of Nuclear Power Plant Operating Costs, DOE/EIA-0511 (Washington, DC: U.S.
Klug says this year is looking especially good for full sales or partial contracting out of functions of federal power administrations (estimated revenue from sale: $11.5 billion), the Naval Petroleum Reserves (estimated revenue from sale: $1.6 million), the National Helium Reserves (savings by 2000: $16 million), the Government Printing Office (savings by contracting out many functions: $80 million a year), and the National Weather Service (savings by contracting out many functions: $12 million a year).
When Eleanor Lewis, who works for Ralph Nader's Government Purchasing Project, visited the Government Printing Office (GPO) in March 1992, she found that it didn't use copy paper made with post-consumer waste.
Congress should provide us with one-stop, on-line access to federal data-bases through the Government Printing Office. Al Gore supported legislation to this effect in 1992; however, the Bush regime defeated the bill.
The EBB contains files of recent National Science Foundation press releases, a list of Government Printing Office (GPO) publications, the schedule of Bureau of Economic Analysis release dates, and much, much more.
The guide and supplement are sold by the Superintendent of Documents, US Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, $12.00 each for the guide (Stock No.
Government Printing Office. Next, you would be well advised to contact Dunn's Information Resources Division for a six- and eight-digit SIC listing.

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