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Caldas

 

a department in central Colombia, in the Cordillera Central and in the part of the Magdalena River valley that is adjacent to these mountains. Area, 7, 300 sq km; population, 827, 000 (1971). The city of Manizales is its administrative center. Caldas is a significant coffee-producing region (one-third of the national output). Bananas, sugarcane, tobacco, corn, wheat, and beans are also cultivated. Gold is mined here. It is also the site of food, textile, leather-footwear, pulp-and-paper, chemical, glass, cement, and machine-building industries.

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8220;The Legal Document Assistant profession has come a long way in a relatively short time,” said Marcel Neumann, President of CALDA.
According to Connie Crockett, CALDA 2011 Conference Chair, the conference classes will encourage LDAs to increase their skills and better prepare to meet the needs of the self-represented in this ever changing legal environment.
CALDA members benefit greatly with what CALDA offers, including continuing educational legal seminars and information on how to market and promote their businesses.
CALDA, the CAW and IAMAW have also agreed to an extension or renewal of the terms and conditions of their collective agreements for a period of 21 months following the expiry of the current agreements in 2009, with a provision for no strike or lockout in accordance with the Canada Labour Code.
Leandro Caldas Santos gives a display of the Brazilian martial art capoeira Pictures: Richard Nelmes RN150107KICK_1 RN150107KICK_3
Pocos de Caldas had been operating near nameplate capacity of 90,000 mtpy since 1979.
Cerro Oro covers approximately 1,100 hectares and lies in the resource-rich Middle Cauca Belt in the Caldas department about 120 km south of Medellin.
As part of a nationwide energy rationing effort in Brazil, Aluminio has reduced production at its Pocos de Caldas aluminum smelting and refinery facilities, located in the southeastern state of Minas Gerais, by approximately 50% (from about 90,000 tons per year to 45,000) and at those in Sao Luis (Alumar) in the northern region by approximately 25% (from about 370,000 tons per year to 277,000 tons).
Acquisition of providing ambulance services, ambulance services, the Hospital of the West, originating in the Hospital Unit of Caldas da Rainha, in Peniche, Hospital and Hospital Unit of Alcobaca and Hospital Unit of Torres Vedras / Clay.
Nobody suffers a 7-1 rout, especially not in a World Cup semi-final, by pure fluke," wrote Allan Caldas in O Globo.
In many of his later pieces, by contrast, Caldas brings space--and the space between objects--alive.
Even as volcanic activity began to subside, emergency services urged 4,800 residents in Caldas and nearby Tolima province to get to safety, according to Carlos Ivan Marquez, who heads the security effort.