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The 1st category is for disabled facility adaptions to dwellings across East Staffordshire and the 2nd is general building maintenance and repairs to Council owned buildings.
those are leading; and we see good adaption in government, health as well.
Eero Janson, head of the Estonian Refugee Council, said that opening the support center is the next step towards creating a system which supports the effective adaption of refugees.
Other incentives for smartphone adaption include better user experience and value added services such as video streaming, better photography and gaming.
There is research already about how a mother's cardiovascular system functions when she is at rest, but currently there is limited research into the cardiovascular adaption during physical activity which impedes our understanding of what a normal response is.
Hilal bin Ali al- Hinai, Secretary General of the Research Council (TRC) delivered the keynote speech where he pointed out that TRC has implemented a number of research program including supporting adaption towards sustainable development program which aim at coming out with a comprehensive vision on the economic, social, environmental and cultural issues for development.
It will also provide oversight for formulation of action plans in the area of assessment, adaption and mitigation of climate change and also monitor key policy decisions, periodically, a statement issued by the environment ministry said.
1 at the box office, with the board-game adaption leading the weekend with a $20 million debut, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Further, there were significant differences in the scores of managers based on the type of job they were involved in, such as civil servants showed an inclination towards adaption as compared to the general population (Singh et al.
AFTER excelling with her knock-out adaption of a hippy inspired As You Like It on the RSC's main stage last year, it was intriguing to know what director Maria Aberg would do with this much darker play.
It's an adaption of Victoria's stage play The Day We Sang and centres around a children's choir that reunites 40 years on.
The paper attempts to examine the successful cases where agricultural mitigation of and adaption to climate change have worked in the developing countries.