, Senior Adviser from the OSCE Office of the Representative on Freedom of the Media, spoke on freedom of the media and national security issues.
NP, Taylor HL, Bolton BR, Cartwright 1 (2012) Assessing the hydrogeochemical impact and distribution of acid sulphate soils, Heart Morass, West Gippsland, Victoria.
Other firms have considered letting employees fend for themselves, says Bill Shock, who works for the Unland
Companies in Pekin, Ill.
In a letter to her of 27 January 1858, Brahms lightheartedly suggested that if she took the position, the two of them might go and meet Unland
Health care finance consultant Unland
put it more succinctly: "It's a racket.
In organizations where humor is lacking Unland
and Kleiner (1995) believe the basic skills of using humor can be taught if supported by management.
The combined influence of these contingent variables has motivated many US physicians to experiment with a wide variety of complex organizational forms over the past decade (Magel 1999, Evans 1998, and Unland
It's an agreement between all of the guys that we're here for one thing - to help the kids,'' said Ernie Unland
, a mechanic who this year put down his bait and rod to help with the kids' fishing derby and games.
, "The Emergence of Providers as Health Insurers," Journal of Health Care Financing 23, no.
This analysis makes an important contribution to our understanding of the broader economic impact of preventable medical harm," said Jim Unland
, Editor, Journal of Health Care Finance.
Mayor Chuck Reed wants our police officers and fire fighters to put their lives in harm's way, at the same time his Measure B virtually eliminates disability retirement benefits for us," said Jim Unland
, President of the San Jose Police Officers' Association.
We'd like to see kids be partnered with buddies when walking to or from school'' as a safety precaution, said sheriff's Detective Kimberly Unland
of the Crescenta Valley station.