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CUPS

critical, unstable, potentially unstable, and stable; patient priority classifications used during the primary assessment of a patient.
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Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is a key part of ensuring that programmes are ODA compliant and to ensure this is carried out to a high standard UKSA require expert third party resources to assist and guide the UKSA, and the IPP grant recipients.
Ballesteros explained that having an IPP that is effective until 2016 would ensure a consistent, coherent and predictable policy environment that attracts serious investors.
After switching to IPP Logipal's service we have found the quality of pallets is far superior and the one way trip system much easier to administer, making the operation much more efficient.
Next week, the Parole Board Rules will be changed to allow the Board to release IPP prisoners on the papers without an oral hearing.
Last year, the IPP contained 13 "preferred activities" namely agriculture/agribusiness and fishery; creative industries/knowledgebased services; shipbuilding; mass housing; iron and steel; energy; infrastructure; research and development; green projects; motor vehicles; strategic projects; hospital/medical services; and disaster prevention, and mitigation and recovery projects.
The new IPP has a broadened coverage to encourage and attract new capital in sectors and regions and address the inequality of growth and employment.
The proposed IPP will have a three-pronged goal of modernizing the Philippine economy through: Enhanced incentives packages; generation of massive levels of decent jobs; and solutions to societal issues on employment, housing, etc.
Mr Cordingley said it was his personal view that IPP prisoners like Thorne continued to be in jail because of the fear of how right-wing tabloids would react if they were released.
The Courts had no discretion: they had to dish up IPP sentences.
Dewa received nine bids for IPP advisory services for the project, which supports the vision of His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to promote renewable energy in the emirate of Dubai, and to complement the Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030 outlined by the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy to diversify the energy mix by 2030.
DEWA had received eight bids for IPP advisory services for the project.
Dewa said it had received eight bids for IPP advisory services for the project, which is being developed to complement the Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030 outlined by the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy to diversify energy source by 2030.