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gradine

1. A step.
2. A raised shelf above and at the back of an altar.
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Zinzendorf had revealed his plan to Gradin as the former prepared to depart on an Atlantic voyage for Britain and North America.
Both Gradin and Nishida agreed that there has been a sharp increase in drug use among youth in Japan and Europe and that there is an increasing need for information exchange and international cooperation in order to cope with these problems.
But this weekend British Tory MEPs were still pressing the Commission to deliver up Commissioners Ms Emma Bonino, Ms Edith Cresson, Ms Anita Gradin, Mr Manuel Marin, Mr Christos Papoutsis and the man in charge of the EU budget Mr Erkki Liikanen.
European Trade Commissioner Leon Brittan, Industry Commissioner Martin Bangemann and Justice Commissioner Anita Gradin will attend the meeting in Tokyo.
Fredrik Gradin has been president and CEO of Explorer Group Inc.
His arrival strengthens an already talented and experienced management team," Bernardo Gradin, CEO Braskem, said.
Braskem (BOVESPA: BRKM3, BRKM5, BRKM6; NYSE: BAK; LATIBEX: XBRK), the leading company in the thermoplastic resins industry in Latin America and third-largest resin producer in the Americas, announces the start of a new cycle in its business development with the appointment of Bernardo Gradin as its new CEO, replacing Jose Carlos Grubisich, who has led the company over the past seven years.
The six being targeted are Anita Gradin, Emma Bonino, Edith Cresson, Manuel Marin, Christos Papoutsis and Erkki Liikanen.
Sweden's EU Commissioner Ms Anita Gradin also became one of the first senior members of the ruling Social Democrat Party to warn that the price of staying outside the euro was too high.
Ambassador Anita Gradin, former minister of trade, minister on immigration and gender issues and former EU commissioner, will speak at noon at USC on Monday, Feb.
And the team will be reinforced by the arrival of new leaders who will bring expertise and practical experience of Braskem's successful strategy and business culture," said Bernardo Gradin, Braskem's CEO.
THE former Swedish ambassador to the UN and Austria, trade unionist Gradin, 65, is the EU's immigration and anti-fraud commissioner.