MERIT


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MERIT

Abbreviation for:
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I am foul-faced and a hillwoman, but, as thy talk goes, I have acquired merit.
She has acquired merit beyond all others,' said the lama.
These also acquire merit,' said the lama after three miles.
This year, 190 colleges and universities are sponsoring about 4,300 Merit Scholarship awards.
Arizonans believe that our merit selection system, adopted in 1974 by the electorate, should serve as a nationwide model.
DST Consulting Engineers, Thunder Bay (Award of Merit 1995)
The total expense for the Michigan Merit Award comes to less than 1 percent of the state's K-12 education spending, yet the program has the potential to realign incentives within the school system in a way that serves the interests of students, parents, educators, and the community.
The rules go somewhat beyond the legislation, however, by imposing the same venue burden on lawsuits involving multiple defendants or asserting multiple claims, and by imposing the certificate of merit requirement.
Jed has since filled that one up, too -- front and back," forcing his mom to begin "stitching merit badges on the right sleeve of his uniform.
Each increment included a 2 percent merit increase and a 3 percent cost-of-living adjustment.
in metallurgical engineering from Lafayette College and was honored with an AFS Award of Scientific Merit in 1971.
Huddersfield Merit winner Andrew Cairns will also be a driven man, having lost in last year's Champion of Champions decider to John Metcalfe.