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(abbreviation for Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst), the news agency of the German Democratic Republic. It is located in Berlin and was founded in October 1946. The ADN has permanent correspondents in more than 38 countries (1968) and maintains contract relations with 48 foreign news agencies for information exchange. It distributes daily radio programs in more than 30 countries. The ADN photo service (Zentralbild) receives photographs from 45 countries.

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The University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON) and Montgomery College (MC) recently signed an agreement of dual admission that will bring a seamless transition from the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree.
Munna, who received her associate degree in nursing from Jones County Junior College in 2007, said she wants the BSN because it will open more doors for her.
Students are required to earn an associate degree in nursing from one of the state's 23 community colleges and obtain their license to practice as a registered nurse.
Even before the release of this paper, there was an explosion of associate degree in nursing programs, which were intended to prepare "technical" nurses.
Myers earned an associate degree in nursing from Clark College and a bachelor's and master's degree in nursing from Washington State University.
Students will complete the associate degree in Nursing at CCBC in 17 months, after they complete their pre-requisite coursework.

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