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  1. Michael was an excellent and well-respected teacher; today he is the president of the clinical hypnotherapists in the UK, and two universities accredit his school.

  1. This is great given opportunity to the countries or accrediting institutions that desire to forgive the debt (partial or total) of countries.
  2. They can be accrediting institutions of the national debt or foreign debt; companies that give in bankrupt’s estate of abandoned patrimony and also the Union, State or Municipal district that it renders public services.
  1. The center is accredited in.
  2. AC is accredited by the Southern.
  3. Many zoos are dilapidated and not accredited by the.
  4. The Association of Zoos and Aquariums helps its accredited.
  5. Advice for Receiving Online Accredited Degrees ~ without the Commute.
  6. They are accredited to provide assistance to physical trainers within or.
  7. Once the story is told and accredited, it should sink into a friendly silence.
  8. In order to qualify for private placement life insurance, you must be an accredited investor.
  9. The complete list of registrars that have been accredited by ICANN is available at http://www.
  10. The King of Ashanti was accredited in the English Press as having 3,333 wives granted him by law.
  11. In my notes, the previous quote was accredited to Jonathan Livingston Seagull, 187a metaphorical.
  12. These teachers were chosen, supported, and fully accredited by their respective religious groups.
  13. You also can go to this website for a directory of accredited online colleges in the United States.
  14. Such agents, properly accredited are known as "legals" but their movements are constantly monitored.
  15. They had, for example accredited a godly status to streams, lakes, mountains and other elements of nature.
  16. You can find out if a CCRC is accredited and get advice on selecting this type of long-term care community from the.
  17. But even the ruthless Hitler had not the heart to do the kind of things that are being accredited to the name of God.
  18. He also serves as general partner of a capital management company that provides wealth-creating opportunities for accredited investors.
  19. Kingdom builders, the accredited citizens of the heavenly worlds, are not to be disturbed by temporal upheavals or perturbed by terrestrial cataclysms.
  20. In order to access PPLI, you must be what’s called an accredited investor22 and the typical minimum annual deposits are $250,000 for a minimum of four years.
  21. A certification Agency (who is accredited to an Accreditation agency- who represents ISO in national/regional level) can perform third party Audit and issues certification.
  22. From what came out later and always suspected the accredited diplomats did nothing to protect their country's reputation for they felt as long haired liberals that they could not defend Apartheid.
  23. There were company at dinner, less formal gatherings on the piazza of a moonlight evening, when accredited youngsters from the summer colony amused and sometimes scandalized Miss Herron with their laughter and singing.
  24. The good thing about filing for disability benefits is that, you can get the full retirement benefits as received by others who have fulfilled the full retirement age, although this one requires full medical certification from one of the accredited Social Security Hospitals.
  25. For an individual to be considered an accredited investor, he must have a net worth of at least US$1 million, not including the value of his primary residence; or have income of at least $200,000 each year for the last two years (or $300,000 together with a spouse if married).
  26. Accordingly, from the 15th to the 25th of the month preceding the Passover, accredited money-changers erected their booths in the principal cities of Palestine for the purpose of providing the Jewish people with proper money to meet the temple dues after they had reached Jerusalem.
  27. I may point out that this idea was only accredited generally during the last years of Pavlicheff’s life, when his next-of-kin were trembling about the succession, when the earlier story was quite forgotten, and when all opportunity for discovering the truth had seemingly passed away.
  28. Promptly, the fox declared to the tiger, "How dare you kill me!" On hearing the words the tiger was surprised and asked for the reason" The fox raised his voice a bit higher and declared arrogantly: "To tell you the truth, it's I who was accredited by God of the forest as the king of all the animals! If you kill me, that will be against the God's will, you know?" Seeing that the tiger became suspicions, the fox added: "Let's have a test.
  29. For the accredited Minister of a great and powerful Sovereign, whose character he in this country represents, whose confidence he shares; of a Sovereign who is not bound, and perhaps will not be disposed to uphold him, in misconduct; but who is bound, by the highest moral obligations, and by the most impressive political considerations, to vindicate his wrongs, whether they affect his person or reputation, and to take care that whatever treatment he shall receive shall not exceed the measure of justice, and above all, that it does not amount to national indignity.
  30. The judges who rendered an unfair decision in his favor, did so because they fancied themselves different from ordinary men, who are guided only by truth; under the spell of the intoxication of authority, they believed themselves the guardians of a justice which cannot err; and at the same time, under the influence of servility, they considered themselves obliged to apply certain texts set forth in a certain book and called the laws; and all the other persons who took part in this affair, from the representatives of higher authority down to the last soldier ready to fire upon his brother,—they all accepted themselves in their conventionally accredited characters.
  31. Although the letter cannot have been written in consequence of any instruction from the British Government, founded on the late order for taking possession of the portion of West Florida well known to be claimed by the United States; although no communication has ever been made by that Government to this of any stipulation with Spain, contemplating an interposition which might so materially affect the United States; and although no call can have been made by Spain, in the present instance, for the fulfilment of any such subsisting engagement; yet the spirit and scope of the document, with the accredited source from which it proceeds, required that it should not be withheld from the consideration of Congress.
  32. I have a class four medical rating, accredited at the Vulcan Academy of science,.

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