The inaugural Negev Israel Open Association
of Tennis Professionals (ATP) tournament in September 2014 has been cancelled due to the on-going Israel-Gaza war as the ATP organizing committee cited safety and security concerns from the military conflict as the main reason for the cancellation of the event.
According to their website: "The Global Freedom Network is an open association
and other faith leaders will be invited to join and support this initiative.
PERSETIA is an open association
of member school from various theological backgrounds that identify themselves as being ecumenical, evangelical or Pentecostal.
But Anthony's open association
with her enraged the Roman emperor Octavian, to whose sister Antony was married.
We will always remain an open association
, independent society extending equal opportunities to entities and individuals involved in the sector.
The OMTP group is an open association
, with membership or participation available to organizations wanting to adopt OMTP requirements, to assist the process of achieving the OMTP group's goals or simply to follow the latest efforts and results of the OMTP group.
Eight English dogs will meet eight runners from the Cork County Open Association
And the Commission wants the Summit to give a positive response in principle to the requests of both the five-nation Andean Community and the six Central American nations to open Association
Agreement negotiations with the EU, including talks on Free Trade Areas.
Campbell's open association
with terrorists, such as Peebles, will worry parents of pupils at Newtownabbey Community High School, where he teaches.
One imagines that his defense of reflective self-consciousness and his open association
of Wittgenstein with post-Kantian philosophy, including Hegelian Geist (p.
Internet Home Alliance, an open association
that encourages cross-industry participation, is dedicated to enhancing consumers' understanding, appreciation and adoption of the Internet, Matsushita said.
As Crossan points out, Jesus's life and ministry are remarkable for their flagrant disregard for the social and political boundaries of his own time-his free and open association
with women, men, and children of differing (and often conflicting) classes and conditions; his deliberate touching of the unclean and outcast; and his uncowed silence in front of those who supposed themselves in authority.