How to use Regional in a sentence

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  • The security offered by this treaty was further guaranteed by the formation of a regional league of the Baltic states against external aggression.

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  • It is divided into six provinces, each governed by a regional commissioner.

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  • It is, then, only in a limited sense that we can see a local canon law in the councils of the various regional 1 Omnium concilii Vaticani.

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  • A few Naturals were found every year, and he didn't bother to remember their names in an organization his size, leaving that level of detail to his most trusted men, the two regional commanders, and dozens of sector commanders worldwide.

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  • It met all our criteria; a stable employment, reasonably priced homes, a state college and a regional hospital.

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  • Within the country the traditional antagonisms, regional, political, religious, still lived on, tending even to become more pronounced and to be complicated by the introduction of fresh elements of discord.

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  • He was a passionate believer in regional broadcasting.

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  • Where the LPA are unclear whether to consult on a particular proposal, they should ask their regional conservancy of the Forestry Commission.

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  • The menu is highlighted by roast beef and au jus dinners, as well as as regional favorite--roast beef sandwich on a kimmelwick roll, known as a beef on a wick.

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  • We called his position Regional Marketing Manager, but in reality he was a glorified errand boy—a paper pusher.

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  • Work was carried out at various scales, from regional reconnaissance surveys or appraisal, to the drilling of a geochemical or geophysical anomaly.

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  • The regional action plan supports the national sexual health strategy by creating a co-ordinated regional approach.

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  • If your college has not properly implemented the pay agreement, contact your regional office without delay.

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  • Some us choose our regional roots, others our religious roots, others create an amalgam by merging cultures.

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  • This edition includes updated chapters on NSAIDs, headaches, TENS, hypnosis, and regional anesthesia.

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  • Each of the regional dances has its own choreographic form, but the costumes are the real signature of each different piece.

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  • Regional committees remain a vital part of the organization at local level, because of their ability to regularly liaise with our Central Office in London.

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  • Members must be elected to a regional or local authority or be politically accountable to an elected assembly.

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  • Manchester Airport and six regional shopping centers do not constitute the national agora.

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  • Flights from Oslo can be arranged, either to London, or some regional airports - please enquire for details.

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  • Planes The United Express fleet includes 50 seat regional jets that have state of the art avionics and communications systems in the cockpit.

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  • The chosen Indian regional varieties were repeatedly backcrossed with Coker 312 to develop different Bt cotton varieties.

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  • Moreover, would heritage have the right bedfellows, if it were devolved to these regional bodies?

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  • The woodland is of regional importance as it contains many important plants such as giant bellflower and early purple orchid.

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  • There is a common legacy of strongly centrist state structures, with correspondingly weak regional organization and administrative traditions.

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  • Young county champs seek national glory HARROW St Mary's won the regional final of the Under-13 National Club championship on Tuesday.

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  • The Sustainability Appraisal had been completed using the Integrated Regional Strategy's sustainability checklist.

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  • The OSCE proposal to establish a regional legislative clearinghouse is being considered.

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  • Processes and fuels used to produce cement clinker are characterized prior to a summary of regional trends in cement production.

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  • Neither should we uncritically deal with the transnational regional flow of a highly commercialized materialistic consumer culture.

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  • In 1942 he was appointed first regional commissioner of the Northern Ireland Air Training Corps.

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  • This at least would ensure commonality of retrieval to establish regional differences.

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  • He informed the Board that there was an emerging regional consensus surrounding the possible growth of East Midlands Airport.

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  • Therefore on international, regional issues, we have consonance of views.

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  • Based on current evidence, says the Commission, regional wholesalers would appear unable to provide a sufficient competitive counterweight to such a duopoly.

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  • We are also holding a regional heat of the Kennel Club's Scruffts competition for family crossbreeds.

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  • Regional ports are also expanding to enable them to accommodate the larger cruise ships of the future.

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  • This argument in favor of regional processing, while appealing in its simplicity, is highly deceptive.

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  • Coverage includes demography; international, local, national, official and regional statistics for social science; statistical theory.

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  • In 1864 Nottingham and Birmingham had sent a joint deputation to the Home Secretary urging the creation of regional drainage boards.

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  • All wonderfully descriptive word pictures with many regional variations.

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  • Local authorities have opened 578 regional soup kitchens to alleviate family destitution resulting from the new regulations.

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  • East Midlands development agency (EMDA) EMDA is one of nine regional development agencies in England.

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  • John Prescott is issuing diktats to local authorities to construct new houses in the form of Regional Planning Guidance.

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  • So there is still the opportunity to ensure that older people's housing issues and private sector disrepair are adequately addressed in regional strategies.

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  • The Roman church sought to bring local churches, often with regional or political variations, into line with official church dogma.

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  • One rare problem is called reflex sympathetic dystrophy or complex regional pain syndrome.

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  • His regional leaders reed hosted Emanuel 's land near the regularity department.

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  • Local Action Since the early 1990's, regional campaigns to prevent the extinction of red squirrel in Northern England have been in operation.

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  • This is part of a regional study of seismic facies, geotechnical (particularly void index) profiles and depositional processes.

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  • While Barzani wants to establish a federation based along ethnic lines, Talabani prefers one formed according to regional borders.

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  • Walthamstow Hall teams were successful in winning the regional finals of both Young Enterprise and the Schools General Knowledge competition.

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  • Regional winners then go forward into judging for the national finals.

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  • He was also a regional finalist in the DMC DJ competition in 2001.

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  • Twelve regional fora were in place to provide advice to firms on the ground across the UK.

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  • Is there a role here for regional voluntary sector fora?

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  • Regional services to form part of the northern franchise.

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  • Latterly, the company had begun to recruit franchisees to operate below regional directors.

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  • We require an experienced freelance professional to co-ordinate the North West Regional program working closely with and alongside the Prescap team.

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  • Meanwhile, in school the use of regional dialects was severely frowned upon.

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  • This survey provides insights into the local variability of the surficial geology that cannot be obtained from the regional studies.

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  • The bi-directional data transfer between local transponders and regional or even global database systems is made possible online.

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  • The creative regional cuisine has been awarded a Michelin bib gourmand.

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  • The plan also included a regional distribution center for the supermarket chain Sainsbury's on the site of the former aircraft hangars.

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  • It does not wish to tread on local or regional toes on, what is, a complex matter where feelings may run high.

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  • Labeling with information about origin or regional source cannot be applied to either baker's honey or filtered honey.

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  • This is vital for a world-class regional university, with world-wide horizons, using all our talents to the full.

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  • Also includes the ' overcrowding in England ' papers which contain national, regional and sub-regional statistics about overcrowded housing.

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  • This will include regional and local flow (including well hydraulics ).

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  • This year's Regional Assembly conference explored the implications of climate change for the West Midlands.

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  • It highlights the inability of the research to measure the impact of poor basic skills on industry or regional productivity.

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  • Four regional tournaments took place over the summer with 40 clubs entering the competition, a slight increase on 2003.

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  • The Initiative also includes an Internet incubator Fund to stimulate the creation of new regional Incubators that will support and nurture new e-businesses.

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  • Back to the photography index Do you have a story about the regional press?

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  • In the context of Sudan the policies pursued by the ruling northern elite resulted in apparent regional socio-economic inequality with southern Sudan suffering most.

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  • The projects will initially be assessed by regional panels comprising architects and architectural ironmongers, before being submitted to a national judging panel.

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  • The journalistic traffic content for the TMC service is provided by broadcast journalists based at the regional centers throughout the UK.

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  • In this unpredictable, regional evolution can be heard the death knell for Mr Bush's " Greater Middle East Initiative.

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  • Foot Anstey is a major regional firm with a wealth of experience and industry know-how.

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  • Would John Prescott allow any elected regional assembly to have the same financial largesse allowed to the Scottish executive?

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  • Crop and pasture legume suitability varied with soil type, so regional diversity was more readily apparent.

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  • I am also happy to receive suggestions for other ways of facilitating regional liaison.

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  • The present eruption fissure is located between these two volcanic centers with a direction parallel to the regional tectonic lineament.

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  • Entirely independent of encryption, region coding pertains to regional lockout, which originated in the video game industry.

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  • Business cards Connections business cards feature a 40mm Connections logotype with a regional identifier in two colors.

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  • Systemic upset is usually absent, but with severe impetigo there may be fever and regional lymphadenopathy.

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  • Copper Dragon Black Gold 3.7% A dark style with a rich roast malt character from this newly established regional brewer in Skipton.

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  • Archant is a community media company active in the fields of regional newspaper and magazine publishing, contract printing and internet communications.

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  • But the long-distance " regional metro " schemes are very different.

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  • The LTP proposes a Regional Express Rail network (RER) serving the wider west midlands.

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  • Sadly, what were great economic strengths, have, to an extent, become proverbial millstones around the ' regional neck ' .

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  • He was promoted to general and served as defense minister from 1991-95, as well as a regional party leader.

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  • But Dr. Lucas criticized the timing of the report and said a fundamental mismatch between regional transport and economic policy rendered the strategy incoherent.

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  • Languages Spoken English American English encompasses a multitude of regional accents of differing degrees of intelligibility.

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  • A large, regional neuroscience center probably sees on average five or six people affected by transverse myelitis each year.

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  • The proposed reorganization of the news bulletins has potentially negative consequences for regional output.

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  • Regional anesthesia is a good way of achieving analgesia in surgical neonates.

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  • Shortlisted nominations for the event have now been announced, and regional publishers and titles feature in the majority of the 12 categories.

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  • Working in conjunction with Knight Frank's network of regional offices, we cover the entire UK market.

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  • There would be five regional depositories for the housing of less-used materials off-site.

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  • In 1992, the former Fife Regional Council installed 6 mm screens at the town's combined sewer overflows.

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  • Phil Barnes, Head of Regional sourcing at Sainsbury's is personally overseeing this area.

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  • Regional cerebral perfusion was also assessed using technetium-99m hexamethylpropylene amine oxime.

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  • It is better to use oxytocin in the awake patient having a regional or local anesthetic.

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  • This was an indication of the KingÕs view that defense of the entire realm now took precedence over local particularism, and regional tradition.

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  • The regional lift pass covers 57 lifts in villages scattered across the Upper Engadine.

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  • To test the effectiveness of National Enforcement Service framework a regional pathfinder will take place in 2006 with full implementation by 2008.

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  • Rural pathfinders set out business plans The plans have been drawn up by eight regional pathfinder partnerships across England.

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  • Combining a Regional Climate Model with a phytoplankton community model to predict future changes in phytoplankton in lakes.

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  • These include pidgins, creoles, regional dialects, minority dialects and varieties.

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  • As a result separate Domestic and Non-Domestic rate poundages are struck at both Regional and District level.

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  • A constant preoccupation of supply siders was the need for an active regional policy.

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  • Back to the campaigns index Do you have a story about the regional press?

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  • Each procurator fiscal is responsible for the management of his or her office, subject to the oversight of the regional procurator fiscal.

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  • In particular, we strongly oppose the proposal for an immediate reduction in regional non-news programming from 3 hours to 1.5 hours a week.

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  • The household projections were important for Regional Planning Guidance.

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  • Meanwhile joint initiatives between the University and West Yorkshire police to keep students safe remained prominent in the regional press.

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  • Hence we have centralizing of local services into the control of pseudo regional quangos.

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  • Four thousand artifacts were also stolen from regional museums, some by organized smuggling rackets.

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  • At the regional level, there is some evidence for convergence in unemployment rates.

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  • It is the only regional newspaper for the Pacific.

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  • He is currently regional Manager for the north west for Sirius.

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  • Even now regional changes of local climates are being registered in Tajikistan.

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  • He was previously regional Managing Partner of the Leeds and Manchester offices.

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  • It has regional, and indeed, international significance.

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  • A number of industry watchers have stated that the area is the fastest growing regional Smart Card market in several sectors.

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  • We want to explore regional, national, European and global opportunities and platforms for our programming.

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  • The focal point of this family-run hotel is the atmospheric restaurant the regional cooking is justly renowned locally, with delicious truffle specialities.

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  • The construction of regional lists for the 1999 European elections caused deep resentment.

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  • Focus Groups have proved popular with members who found the Regional Committee system too rigid.

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  • The nationwide rollout will be staged on a regional basis.

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  • The general rule is that literally whatever the idea, query, problem, or project the regional office can help.

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  • The center offer the full range of regional oncology services and some national services, including sarcoma, prostate brachytherapy and ophthalmic oncology.

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  • However, setting up a regional model currently requires a great deal of effort from an experienced climate model scientist.

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  • Several hypothetical scenarios that could provide a coupling between regional seismicity and reservoir hydraulics are proposed and evaluated.

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  • Another current interest of mine is the application of Neighborhood Algorithm methods to problems in regional seismology.

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  • Philip developed a system of regional self-government with viceroys answering to him and he ruled as an absolute monarch.

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  • Still at least one of you has retained a semblance of your regional accent.

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  • The Regional Finals shall be organized with four teams playing two semifinals, one Regional Final and a third/fourth place play-off.

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  • The play was also delivered to youths serving a custodial sentence in a Regional Secure Unit.

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  • We will work to defeat terrorism wherever it occurs and to advance economic development, democratic reforms and peaceful settlement of regional disputes.

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  • The cuisine is strongly regional, served with local wines - sparkling Catalan cava or chilled fino sherry from Andalucia.

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  • Despite recent criticism of LookSmart and their gradual shift to a Pay-per-Click model, a regional listing is still worth the money.

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  • Here, haggis, neeps and tatties and Cullen skink are just some of the 200 regional recipes collected here.

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  • The regional press snapper (pictured) scooped the Photograph of the Year prize at the Nationwide FA Cup Photographic Competition.

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  • Contrary to received opinion, it is not spicy at all except in the case of some south-eastern regional specialties.

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  • No regional or seasonal differences were observed for fresh spinach.

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  • A regional famine early warning unit reports that up to 3.3 million need food relief with 380,000 facing imminent starvation.

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  • Think tank Reform, which compiles the report, claims official annual crime statistics mask wide regional variations.

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  • The stewards within an NHS region elect a regional steward.

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  • For example, the UK regional stock exchanges consolidated as long ago as 1973.

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  • The regional economic strategy has a clear vision for the region.

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  • The South East England Regional Assembly (SEERA) is responsible for producing a regional spatial strategy up to 2026.

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  • Smith's data were derived from CHS data, the sample for which was collected using regional stratification of Northern Ireland into three areas.

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  • It is committed to the regional economy and uses local skilled subcontractors.

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  • Fifty-nine children and a subsample of 10 children of the same age who attended specialist regional schools participated in further investigations.

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  • Even retailers with national coverage did not feel that regional wholesalers were an adequate substitute for the co-ordinated service offered by a national provider.

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  • However, relatively few studies have attempted to unravel the local and regional scale tectonics of Iran.

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  • This local tectonic signature often conceals the more regional tectonism and changes in base-level.

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  • Over the 12-month timespan regional rainfall totals throughout the UK are close to the long term mean.

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  • Yesterday saw the final tranche of money released from the European Regional Development Fund, who are investing £ 135,000 into the project.

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  • These may have been duplicated or even triplicated for regional and branch managers to view and action.

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  • A 70-seat turboprop can burn up to 30% less fuel than an equivalent 70-seat regional jet over a 500 nautical miles sector.

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  • The Group ranks twelfth in the regional league table of newspaper publishing houses in the UK.

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  • All basement reservoirs underlie a regional unconformity and almost all lie on an uplift or high.

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  • In the words of Labor's own manifesto, regional assemblies will require ' a predominantly unitary system of local government ' .

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  • Surprisingly there is little regional variation in building cost.

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  • Serials Review Examples of recent collaborative ventures between the two libraries include the Serials Review project funded by SHEFC under the Regional Strategic Initiative.

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  • We already have regional government by quango and civil servant - the point is to make regional viceroys answerable to local voters.

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  • Our dialog of ten years ago on Asia-Pacific regional security still remains vivid in my memory.

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  • As well as their own fresh watercress, the family sell as much regional and local food as they can.

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  • North Regional Wind Band The North Regional Wind Band currently has about 80 members, who play either woodwind, brass or percussion instruments.

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  • The organization of the metropolitan troops by regiments is (a) 163 regiments of line infantry, some of which are affected to regional duties and do not enter into the composition of their army corps for war, 31 battalions of chasseurs a pied, mostly stationed in the Alps and the Vosges, 4 regiments of Zouaves, 4 regiments of Algerian tirailleurs (natives, often called Turcosi), i foreign legion regiments, 5 battalions of African light infantry (disciplinary regiments), &c.; (b) 12

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  • He was previously Regional Managing Partner of the Leeds and Manchester offices.

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  • Introductory remarks 2. RCN Northern Ireland welcomes the publication of this draft regional strategy.

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  • Ulster Unionists welcome the rolling out of the regional diabetic retinopathy screening program.

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  • Elections in the newly reunified East German regional states have continued this.

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  • The Corporate Plan reflects broader national and regional priorities in respect of Dartford 's key role in the regeneration of the Thames Gateway.

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  • Expertise in timber sash window renovation, delivered through a network of regional offices.

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  • His so-called " stand in the schoolhouse door " made him a regional political force.

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  • James beat six other regional finalists to scoop the accolade of London 's Most Enterprising Student, together with £ 400 in prize money.

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  • Here, haggis, neeps and tatties and cullen skink are just some of the 200 regional recipes collected here.

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  • Most were small-scale in nature and conducted a local or regional level.

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  • There is a big weekly market, and good restaurants - many serving regional specialities.

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  • Food & Drink The South East has some wonderful regional specialities.

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  • Smith 's data were derived from CHS data, the sample for which was collected using regional stratification of Northern Ireland into three areas.

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  • The impact of local urban sources is superimposed on this regional background.

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  • China continues to develop more robust, survivable nuclear-armed missiles as well as conventional capabilities for use in a regional conflict.

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  • Click on the link below to find your nearest regional industrial symbiosis program.

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  • Viewing figures slipped; the program was now being given a serious run by teatime commercial TV regional shows.

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  • The use of terahertz waves to read books without opening their cover (Reporter 478, page 1) gained regional coverage.

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  • The Trauma and Orthopedic department forms the central arm of the regional service for management of bone and soft tissue sarcomas in London.

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  • Patients undergoing surgery under regional anesthesia initially experience a dull ache in the exsanguinated limb after about 30 minutes of tourniquet application.

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  • The TUC 's regional staff represent the TUC by supporting TUC campaigns and objectives and seeking the views of trade unions in the regions.

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  • Eastern recently took over much of BA 's regional turboprop operation, which was sold to the national airline by BMi.

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  • This masks considerable regional variation, however, as well as uncertain prospects for the future.

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  • Next up from unclassified roads are the regional routes.

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  • First, it has led people to underestimate the extent of regional divergence during the 1980s.

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  • In terms of cross subsidy the report probably underplays the role regional cross subsidy played in the creation of Scottish Water.

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  • Danny Fellows, regional manager with the T&G union, said part of the problem stemmed from unfounded rumors about safety at the site.

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  • In the words of Labor 's own manifesto, regional assemblies will require ' a predominantly unitary system of local government '.

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  • Of course, even the more upmarket restaurants serving regional cuisine have to adapt their cooking for mass catering.

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  • Edexcel will be announcing their plans for offering BTEC Foundation Degrees validated by regional partner universities.

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  • Regional buying power will be used to purchase commodities such as Wheeled bins, recycling containers and composting units.

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  • Radio whetted regional interest and 24 interviews took place around the launch.

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  • Research the types of childcare services existing in your regional area.

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  • Find out if the vet knows of regional catteries for the breed you want or if the vet knows of an owner of the breed to whom you can talk.

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  • No matter the supplier, their will be regional taste differences since the fruit will have been raised in different soils under a wide variety of conditions, with blossoms fertilized by a variety of bees.

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  • You can also save money by flying into and out of smaller regional airports or airports that are further away from your destination.

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  • Guides for specific countries have more details on the country and its cities than larger regional travel guides.

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  • The mystery shopper then relays their experiences to the regional managers in charge of the store in question.

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  • Depending on how unique the two-way radio is, obscure or regional specific stores are included if you want to visit on physically.

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  • Many regional office equipment suppliers (companies that are based in certain areas, but have more than one store) may give you wholesale prices if you purchase a minimum quantity.

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  • You can find out when these auctions are by checking a regional foreclosure list.

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  • Restaurants such as Applebee's, Ben & Jerry's, Chili's, Sbarro, Starbucks, and Outback Steakhouse are common at Tanger malls, and many malls also feature popular regional restaurants as well as small food courts and vending machines.

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  • With over 100 outlet stores, restaurants and specialty shops, the Jeffersonville Outlet Mall is a local and regional treasure.

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  • Regional or seasonal beer (especially with micro-breweries) may need to be shipped.

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  • Maintaining routine vaccinations against feline AIDS, rabies, distemper, feline leukemia, rhinotracheitis and other regional diseases and viruses is essential to the health of any domesticated cat.

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  • This index also helps monitor financial behavior in geographic regions on a national, regional, and state level.

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  • Other regional banks, including PNC, National City and First National Bank of Omaha sell gift cards with the Visa logo on them at their offices.

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  • One group of furniture historians thinks that the concept of a "jelly cupboard" was used in various regional vernaculars throughout the United States, referring to a cabinet that held preserved foods, not just jellies and jams.

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  • Currently sold through a series of 150 regional independent Thomasville Furniture Stores and carried by over 400 major retailers nationwide, Thomasville's signature lines are among the most popular in the furniture industry.

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  • Larger hotels and motels often work through national or regional liquidators.

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  • Some small regional chains and mom and pop shops may sell through auction houses or used furniture outlets in your area.

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  • Traditional values, regional rural lifestyles and culture are also reflected in country style furniture and decor.

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  • Custer, Wisconsin is located in Central Wisconsin which makes it a great regional location for an energy fair.

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  • Many local and regional community colleges and art schools offer limited training in interior design, with classes in such basic topics as design styles, history of design, color, and architectural elements.

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  • Regional Discount Outlets - In addition to the outlets in North Carolina, regional outlet malls frequently include furniture outlets.

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  • Regional differences affect paint color choices, particularly exterior paint colors.

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  • Colored lights tend to have regional followings, and so your feelings on these might depend on where you live.

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  • After the French Revolution in the 18th-century the production of these fabrics declined, but were taken up again in the 1930s by a local family named Demery, who wanted to preserve the regional traditions of Provence and southern France.

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  • This group also holds regional meets for collectors in selected areas to network and learn more about collecting Aladdin lamps.

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  • Especially on regional items or those that are in high demand, the resale of free beauty product samples is now commonplace.

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  • Kohl's offers scholarships to regional and national winners who show a commitment to making a difference.

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  • This is a helpful feature, as subtle regional differences in the language could change the entire meaning of a sentence.

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  • Nothing beats an actual human translator, especially one that understands regional dialects and slang words from all Portuguese-speaking areas.

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  • There is a dizzying array of regional cuisines in Chinese cooking, from Mandarin to Peking and far beyond.

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  • Given that the cuisine of Italy developed before world travel was common, the prevalence of regional cuisine based on locally grown, seasonal products makes complete sense.

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  • It's a variety of regional cuisines linked by a geographical location.

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  • The regional ingredients of Mexico, like maize, peppers, chocolate, and tomatoes, spread around the world and influenced global cuisine, while European foods helped create a new cuisine in Mexico.

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  • With a variety of geographic and cultural influences across the country, there are many regional versions on what is considered standard Spanish cuisine.

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  • Add to that list a lengthy record of championship wins at the regional, and state levels and this is definitely a team to watch.

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  • Because they are national organizations, they also hold state, regional and national championships.

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  • This comprehensive wedding resource lets you search for flower choices by color and regional availability.

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  • Some regional guides are also available online and include comprehensive venue listing virtual tours of banquet halls and other wedding facilities, and more.

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  • If cost is an issue, consider purchasing mini bottles of wine, often found at specialty liquor stores or regional vineyards.

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  • For example, do not purchase them a gift card for a regional grocery store chain if they live out of state.

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  • In her childhood years, Beyoncé racked up over 30 regional awards for singing and dancing and was a soloist in her church choir from age seven.

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  • He suffers from dyslexia and dropped out of St. Dominic Regional High School in Turner, Maine.

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  • There are no hard or fast rules for spring dresses, as weather and regional trends must be taken into consideration.

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  • Regional differences also played a role in children's clothing during this period.

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  • Unlike some other sports, the divisions are not regional, but are instead determined by criteria enforced by the NCAA.

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  • A student who organized a knitting club, won regional or national knitting contests, or knit 500 hats for children with cancer would certainly stand out, however.

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  • Many Pepsi scholarships are affiliated with local bottling plants or regional corporate divisions.

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  • These rankings are sometimes even broken up into regional categories, such as North or South.

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  • Pensacola Christian College has not applied for regional accreditation because it believes outside accreditation could interfere with the college's educational philosophy.

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  • The committee selects 50 of the 250 students to be National Scholars and to receive $20,000 for college, while the remaining 200 are named Regional Scholars and receive $10,000 for college.

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  • Its program is accredited by a regional commission and costs just over $500 as of summer 2010.

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  • Potential students should be aware that the U.S. Career Institute program is accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC) and Better Business Bureau but is not accredited by any regional or federal educational boards.

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  • Like the curriculum at the U.S. Career Institute, Ashworth College's program is accredited by the DETC but not by a regional or federal board.

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  • Colleges or universities that rely on regional accreditation accept only regionally-accredited college credits for transfer.

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  • Regional accreditation is organized by regional areas within the United States.

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  • These "regional" bodies only accredit colleges and programs within their area.

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  • The U.S. Department of Education offers a searchable list of all programs nationwide that are accredited by national or regional boards.

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  • Programs that fall somewhere in the middle are accredited by regional boards or other educational councils.

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  • Federally accredited programs are generally considered tops; after that, regional accredition is also positive.

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  • In particular, make sure that the degree program is accredited through a federal or regional board.

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  • For that reason, it's important for prospective students to seek out accredited degree programs that are backed by regional or federal educational boards.

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  • In the world of online education, there are numerous types of accreditations a school can have, such as a regional accreditation, professional affiliation or institutional accreditation.

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  • Schools that offer real life experience degrees have U.S. government and regional accreditation.

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  • Universities and colleges with online programs should have an accreditation from the state, a regional organization, or the government.

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  • A program that has earned accreditation means that a credible regional or federal organization supports the institution and recognizes the value of a degree from it.

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  • In general, regional accreditation is the minimum you should look for when considering online programs; federal accreditation is preferable.

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  • Regional destination reviews for different itineraries including the Nile, Mediterranean, western and eastern Caribbean, Alaskan Cruises, Hawaiian Cruises, Private Island Cruises and more.

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  • Most adventure cruises are operated by local or regional cruise lines who intimately know the culture they will be presenting, and prospective passengers should thoroughly investigate lines before choosing their voyage.

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  • Princess Cruises is a giant in the travel industry and employs thousands of energetic individuals on board its ships and in its many regional offices.

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  • Trips include live music and historical entertainment, along with regional cuisine and spectacular sights along the river.

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  • A Mississippi River boat cruise is ideal for anyone who wants to learn about America's storied past while enjoying regional cuisine and local music on a historic steamboat.

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  • Meanwhile, food lovers will get their fill on the trip from regional Cajun cuisine offered on some lunch and dinner cruises, while music fans can kick up their heels to traditional jazz and bluegrass songs played by live bands.

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  • Regional history lectures, wildlife specialist presentations, cooking classes, literature discussions, and art appreciation of local artists may be offered.

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  • You can also expect regional cuisine, often a Creole buffet.

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  • While there you can enjoy regional wines, gourmet food, and exceptional beauty.

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  • This airline operates 250 flights weekly from 16 United Kingdom regional airports.

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  • The voyages feature a BBQ buffet complete with regional delights.

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  • Your local gardening center, regional garden guides or an almanac will estimate the best times for you to plant with the greatest accuracy.

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  • Facilities Expo.com lists regional shows such as the South Florida Facilities Expo, the New England Facilities Expo and the Northwest Facilities Expo.

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  • Revisit the store where you purchased them and ask the salesman to see if any of their other, regional stores have any in stock.

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  • Sharon Stone Countertop, Inc. has three regional offices with one in Lakewood, NJ that serves all of central New Jersey.

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  • The best choices for organic food delivered to the home are local or regional operations that work directly with farmers or with a grocery store to get organic food and products to customers.

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  • These are a great place to find coupons from local or regional stores and may feature deals that are not available elsewhere.

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  • This is particularly good way to find products that might otherwise be difficult to find, for instance for very specialized or regional products.

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  • Vermont has many regional foods that are organic and would make any recipient happy.

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  • Today you'll find unbelievable shopping, world-class entertainment, classic regional dining, and high-tech investment and job opportunities.

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  • These services are provided in the home but are still part of the Presbyterian regional network.

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  • Chesapeake Regional Medical Center's Sleep Center is a helpful option for people who want to seek advice from a physician.

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  • He is also affiliated with Portsmouth Regional Hospital.

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  • The Sleep Center at Portsmouth Regional Hospital includes snoring among the sleep disorders that are treatable through the center's resources.

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  • A trip to the Sleep Center at Portsmouth Regional Hospital may not be necessary.

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  • Sunrise Hospital has a regional center for sleep disorders.

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  • A facility that addresses both issues in Chesapeake sleep is Regional Pulmonary and Sleep.

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  • The Sleep Center at Portsmouth Regional Hospital is a resource residents can use to pinpoint the cause of sleep disturbances.

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  • Sleep Apnea Associates affiliated with Norman Regional Health System offers services for patients including sleep studies.

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  • Norman Regional Health System Sleep Apnea Associates offers convenient hours, including weekend studies so patients can schedule around their normal activities and jobs.

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  • Brochures typically include a regional map that can help guests locate the somewhat isolated park in relation to main roads and highways.

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  • Amusement parks hold many fond memories for the guests who enjoy the excitement they offer, and abandoned amusement parks often live on with tributes, documentaries, and regional histories dedicated to their history.

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  • Understanding regional geology can help create that firm foundation.

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  • Whether you're an expert on a small regional park or have visited different amusement parks around the world, you are welcome to make comments that will benefit the entire community.

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  • Some retailers also offer videos, DVDs, and regional books and other memorabilia related to this fondly remembered park.

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  • Regional competition and other local attractions also play a role in theme park ticket prices, as does the local economy.

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  • Kings Island was born in the wake of the demise of another regional theme park, Cincinnati’s Coney Island.

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  • Taft kept Hall's Carolina-themed attractions in place, and the park operated with a distinctly regional feel until 1993, when it was bought by Paramount Entertainment.

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  • Women In Games International will hold one of their regional conferences in San Francisco, CA on Saturday, February 18, 2006.

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  • There are a few different (usually regional) variations on the game, but most websites that offer the game online adhere to the Hong Kong version.

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  • Toscana. However, don't let the Romagna tag throw you for a loop and confuse this estate's Sangiovese with any of the regional fizzy Lambruscos.

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  • Domaine de l'Oratoire St.-Martin is from the village of Cairanne, a red with a typical regional blend of 60 percent Grenache, 30 percent Mourvèdre and 10 percent Syrah.

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  • You can hook up French wines with French cheese, especially matching regional wines and cheeses, say a pungent Époisses with a red Burgundy.

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  • This regional development, as mentioned above, is very important for Australia's maturity as a wine producer.

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  • Push and push your retailer to bring in some of the newer and exciting regional styles.

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  • These are all wonderful discoveries, and will make you want to travel down to Australia and feel the soil under your own feet while sipping on the regional wines.

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  • Guests can enjoy the best in regional food and a wonderful collection of hard-to-find wines.

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  • The train then brings you back to where you started, refreshed and full of the best regional culinary offerings.

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  • Many remain rooted in the regional traditions, making Old World-style wines that have withstood the test of time.

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  • In addition to being available in parks, annual permits may be purchased online, by mail, from the Washington State Parks headquarters in Olympia, or from regional State Parks offices.

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  • You might get lucky and find the perfect camper listed in your local newspaper, or in a regional RV buying guide publication or website.

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  • Regional cellular plans are similar to local plans but they allow cellular phone owners to make calls to specific area codes within a particular region of the country for the same monthly rate.

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  • Like local plans, regional plans will charge phone users if they make or receive calls from area codes outside of their plan's specific regulations.

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  • For the same number of available minutes, national plans are typically more pricey than equivalent local or regional plans.

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  • This is a similar type of cellular technology being used by Verizon Wireless and some other regional carriers.

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  • There are smaller regional networks, like Alltel Wireless and US Cellular, for you to consider as well.

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  • The company's native network operates largely on the GSM 1900MHz band, though it does have roaming agreements in place with several regional carriers.

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  • Many regional carriers can offer some very affordable values and some fantastic alternatives.

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  • Regional anesthetics include epidurals and spinals.

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  • The anesthesia is usually a regional anesthetic (epidural or spinal), which makes her numb from below her breasts to her toes.

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  • In some cases, a general anesthetic will be administered if the regional does not work or if it is an emergency c-section.

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  • The highest regional prevalence in the United States of about one in 500 pregnancies has occurred in the Southeast.

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  • Removal of dead and damaged tissue (under local, regional, or general anesthetic) may be required after the wound has been washed, and any child whose tetanus shots are not up-to-date should receive a booster injection.

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  • There are some regional variations concerning specific substances.

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  • The virus migrates along nerves to an area of regional ganglia (nerve centers) and then typically enters into a latent (sleeping) phase.

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  • No regional or gender differences have been noted.

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  • Epidemics are widespread regional outbreaks that occur every two to three years and affect 5-10 percent of the population.

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  • A regional epidemic is shorter lived than a pandemic, lasting only several weeks.

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  • Pandemic-A disease that occurs throughout a regional group, the population of a country, or the world.

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