Changing of the Guard


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Changing of the Guard

n the Changing of the Guardil cambio della guardia
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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The changing of the guard in Security Bank was described by its chair Albert Villarosa as move "on ensuring the continuity of the overall business strategy formulation and execution." In both instances - EastWest, and this time, Security Bank - it's part and parcel of the succession planning.
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The roots of the Changing of the Guard ceremony can be traced back to the reign of Henry VII, when the first royal bodyguard was created.
A changing of the guard at the helm of ACIMIT, the Association of Italian Machinery Manufacturers for the Textile Industry.
Israeli and Palestinian sources say that Abbas' health has deteriorated in recent months and that any further worsening could hasten the changing of the guard at the Palestinian Authority, especially with the ongoing crisis on Al-Aqsa mosque.
I went to Buckingham Palace to see the changing of the Guard.
The Reds were runners-up to Manchester City last season and this match may tell us a little about the changing of the guard.
The regiment participated in the Changing of the Guard Ceremony as a part of honouring the regiment's centennial anniversary.
However, the report mentioned that his departure would represent a significant changing of the guard at a time when there is at last much-needed stability and success in Australian cricket and with a 50-over World Cup on home soil at the end of next summer.
Other highlights in Sofia include the vendors on Slaveykov Square and the changing of the guard at the Presidential Palace.
You can see the new logo and read more about it in Changing of the Guard on page 22.