Hurd


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Hurd

(hɜːd)
n
(Biography) Douglas (Richard), Baron Hurd of Westwell. born 1930, British Conservative politician; home secretary (1985–89); foreign secretary (1989–95)
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Hurd, the great charity organizer; Philip Ward, the equally great philanthropist; and several lesser luminaries in the field of morality and charity.
Contrary to what many people may think, US intervention on foreign soil usually does involve bringing economical, religious and political change to align the countries with US interests, Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, a Northwestern professor of political science and religious studies, said during a lecture at NU-Q.
On promoting free religion, Hurd explained that the U.
In his new role, Hurd will join both the AXA Equitable and AXA Equitable Holdings Executive Committees and will report to AXA Equitable CEO, Mark Pearson.
Hurd predicted that all application development and testing will be conducted in the cloud, 80 percent of IT budgets will be spent on cloud services, 80 percent of IT budgets will be spent on business innovation with only 20 percent allocated to system maintenance.
I really, really want to get behind you," Florence said, "but I can't do it if you're helping Hurd get re-elected.
He wrote: "He confirmed Hurd thought he had not really 'jelled' at his initial meeting with our Minister in Dublin on October 25, [1984].
Then you're not stuck having to solve things when there's truly no time to get it wrong," says Hurd, who will receive the 2015 David 0.
We keep our eagle eyes peeled as Hurd slowly backs away from the Marshall Island boat landing north of Eugene and turns south on the Willamette River.
The immigration law firm of Colombo & Hurd has announced that Roberto Ortiz, an experienced Miami immigration attorney, has joined the firm as managing counsel of the firm's office located in Coral Gables, Florida.
Now another judge has tossed a similar but separate shareholder suit against Hurd and a group of HP directors in which the plaintiffs claimed the ex-CEO's payout was excessive and that the company didn't benefit from approving the payment.
Acknowledging the issue, Hurd said: "We want to eliminate every barrier we can to making it hard for customers to do business with us.