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placement

The placing and consolidation, 1 of concrete.
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Small private placements can be done simply with the help of an attorney, with the senior managers of the firm seeking the capital being responsible for selling and recordkeeping.
The growth will be fueled by an increase in paid placements, larger placement deals and deeper penetration of personal video recorders.
The program may include summer job placements, job trials and on-the-job training placements.
An important objective for field placement supervisors and teacher educators is to help preservice teachers investigate new images of teaching and learning that they encounter in their initial field placements.
The study compares the terms of private placements with those of public bonds and bank loans and analyzes the characteristics of borrowers, their motivations for using the private market, and the operations of lenders.
For the 43,000,000 Americans with disabilities, most of whom are unemployed and underemployed (Americans with Disabilities Act, 1990), the need for innovation and creativity in job placement will become increasingly evident in the years ahead.
Typical projects include private equity, real estate and hedge fund placements, as well as private placement financings in support of acquisitions, buy-outs and growth capital transactions.
These savings are based on reports of actual placements and data reported for each individual.
However, with interest rates declining, the 1991 forward calendar for private placements has soared recently.
com including featured publisher placement, featured video clip placement and keyword paid placement.
An experimental study to explore the extent of this relationship found that placement planning, if not actually producing more placements, had important results (Hansen, 1983), including:
was the lead placement agent of the private placements and Goodwin Procter LLP acted as their legal advisor.