Tenders are invited for supply on a rental basis of cleaning equipment for parts, including maintenance, supply of consumables and managed waste management for the electromechanical workshop of municipalized
waters of alicante, em
A sample of 19 Chilean adolescents in the eighth grade, 11 boys and 8 girls, of basic education level municipalized
schools agreed to participate in the present study and met the inclusion criteria.
With regard to Olinda's case, the festivity was municipalized
when Olinda City Hall (PMO) held the responsibility of affording and standardizing the event in the 1950s (Ataide, 1982).
In the second half of the 19th century, sanitation services were municipalized
in order to expand their geographic coverage and to set a quality standard.
Although the Ponce (South) and Mayaguez (West) ports fall under PRPA's jurisdiction, the ports were administratively delegated to public-private partnerships and municipalized
There are also a number of "municipalized
services", generally related to the integral water cycle (water collection, supply, and sewage treatment).
Svetlana Malysheva's book examines the sphere of leisure and cultural communication, attempting to trace the development of free time and entertainment in the public sphere in 1860-1914, the period when Russian urban space became municipalized
after the Great Reforms.
Prevalence of obesity in a sample of schoolchildren from municipalized
schools in the IX Region of Chile 2008-2009.
Gradually, confederated assemblies would assume decision-making authority over the allocation of local resources, leading to a municipalized
(rather than nationalized) economy, as a developing political intervention against, and alternative to, the capitalist system.
The instrumem, consisting of 33 Likert Scale type items, is addressed to pupils of 7th and 8th Basic Grades of high-risk Municipalized
Schools in the Araucaria Region, Chile.
They expanded a system of workhouses and poor relief for the destitute, built up municipal water and sewage systems, municipalized
police forces, and oversaw public investment in landmarks that are still with us, such as the Thames Embankment and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
For 30 years homelands communities on Aboriginal land have been, in some sense, beyond the frontier of municipalized
Australia, certainly of the municipalized
Northern Territory which has been more than content to allow the Commonwealth to subsidize local resource agencies, incorporated as Associations under either Northern Territory or Commonwealth Acts, to attend to their infrastructure and housing.