It said the September vote is "a constitutional one for the Scottish people", and "it's not something that Sky takes a view on corporately
"The costs of the operational period were considerable and will exceed budget provision and need to be met corporately
as a special incident.
held liquor, retail food and PPA licenses.
The so-called Religious Freedom in Public Places Act is a sweeping measure that guarantees the right to "pray individually or corporately
in a private or public setting so long as such prayer does not result in disturbance of the peace or disruption of a public meeting or assembly."
In his newly created role, Brown is responsible for all aspects of Nash Finch's food wholesale business and its conventional corporately
We have a skill-mix team and are looking to work corporately
across the area, but unfortunately we are unable to be based at the same location.
Good progress has been made in priority areas and corporately
the council continues to perform well overall.
But Murphy cringed even more at the snide letter to the Press they published on their website, moaning about a prominent doctor who had accused them of being "corporately
owned business has two other locations in Bellingham--one at the Bellingham International Airport and one inside Diehi Ford.
Moreover, when one of the corporately
underwritten political parties who run this country gets us into a quagmire of a war, and the other corporately
underwritten political parties can't get us out, I think all of us are entitled to be righteously, Old Testament Yahwehly, smite-them-with-a-thunderboltly pissed off.