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a bud of a plant
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Thus the event provides the participating Indian IT companies opportunities for scouting the expanding burgeoning entries Middle East market," he said.
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This has led to CDHT coming up with the "7 strategic burgeoning industrial clusters" strategy, aiming to achieve an industrial added value of 300 billion RMB and overall industrial output of 1000 billion RMB by 2020, upon which it would become a World First-class Park.
BEIRUT: The head of the World Forum for Reconciliation between Islamic Doctrines, Sheikh Mohsen Araki, discussed the dangers associated with burgeoning hostilities among Muslim sects with Lebanese officials Wednesday.
Three time Brit nominee Plan B has said that his musical endeavours are, "getting in the way" of his burgeoning career in film.
A city uniquely positioned as the gateway to three continents, Abu Dhabi is recognized for its burgeoning economic growth and a flourishing MICE (meetings, incentives, conventions/conferences, and exhibitions/events) industry.
Electronic Book Survey: US Consumers' Attitudes and Behaviors Towards the Burgeoning E-Book Market, which covers the US market for e-books with results from a US consumer survey, includes: examination of consumer attitudes towards e-books; preferences of current and potential users; data on how much consumers are willing to spend on e-book devices; and habits of current e-book users including monthly spending estimates.
BURGEONING TALENT: Badminton coaches Graham Howe and his wife Linda (right) continue to nurture junior badminton players at their new Pennine Junior Badminton Club, based in Milnsbridge (AC021208Bbadm-01)
But Sergeant has declared his current interests lie in maintaining the burgeoning reputation of Wales' national stadium on the world stage.
Although the urgency of Tom's midlife crisis is no match for that of the burgeoning AIDS crisis, What I Did Wrong invites a new generation of gay readers to discover one of our smartest writers.
The Sanitation District of Los Angeles County first approved the construction of a waste-by-rail system in 1992 in response to the county's burgeoning trash-disposal problem.
A question-and-answer section at the end effectively summarizes and delivers radical insights into a burgeoning new field.