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ASSE

Abbr. for “American Society of Sanitary Engineering.”
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The ASSE (Pakistan Chapter) has recently been awarded a charter by the Board of Directors (BoD) in the USA to promote safety culture in Pakistan.
The grant represents the largest dollar amount given for a research project by the ASSE Foundation.
Students and families interested in learning about hosting a Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Scholar ship winner from Germany or other ASSE International Student Exchange Programs may call 1-800-733-2773 or visit ASSE's website, host.
A spokesperson for the ASSE, Camille Godbout, said the current government has also made a number of cuts to the education sector, since they came to power in 2013.
Pero el libro de Asse es sumamente rico en informacion y reflexion.
Members of ASSE will receive special consideration for this fellowship.
This gesture of solidarity by ASSE extends well beyond the usually narrow confines of student politics seen in the rest of Canada.
According to the ASSE, the new law prohibits all drivers from using cell phones unless it is a hands-free model.
He got so caught up in the exchange program that he volunteered to serve as the San Fernando Valley area representative for ASSE International, the nonprofit, cultural exchange program that sponsors the visiting students.
ASSE 1017 applies to point-of-source and distribution systems; ASSE 1016 governs point-of-use or shower valves.
In addition to providing the brochure, about 100 members of ASSE are presenting classes on workplace safety at 26 Houston-area high schools.
Iraqi Christians--Chaldeans, Assyrians, Syrians, Armenians, Greeks, and Latins--ask that a future constitution recognize religious, cultural, social and political rights; envision a legal statute in which each person will be considered according to his or her capacities, without discrimination, so that each may have the right to actively participate in the government and the service of the country; consider Christians as Iraqi citizens with full rights; and guarantee the right to 'profess our faith according to our ancient traditions and our religious law, the right to educate our children according to Christian principles, the right to freely asse mble, to build our places of worship, and our cultural and social centers, according to our needs"' (Zenit, May 5/03).