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adv.1.So as to be divisional.
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Bode, The Salvation Army's Western Pennsylvania Divisional Commander, is very grateful that divisionally, the 2014 Red Kettle Christmas Campaign exceeded its $2,487,000 goal by over $53,000.
Divisionally, both UK Rail and Greyhound are showing relatively strong revenue growth, while trading has been flat to date for student buses, with management citing pricing pressure for the weakness.
Dr Watts is the full-time chairman of Midlands-based Pertemps, which he has helped to grow over the past 20 years both geographically throughout the Midlands, London, Manchester and Bristol and divisionally by the introduction of technical and industrial services.
The new National Division Three will be based divisionally on four leagues (South West, London, North and Midlands) comprising clubs from the current existing National Division Three and below.
He adds that about half of its expats are working cross-functionally or divisionally, broadening their exposure to different parts of the business.
Firms differ in their global organizational structures functionally, divisionally, regionally, and by product lines.