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Brookings,

city (1990 pop. 16,270), seat of Brookings co., E S.Dak., on the Big Sioux River; inc. 1883. A trade center in a livestock and grain region, Brookings is an important seed-processing point. Other industries produce electronic equipment, construction materials, machinery, fabricated metal products, and medical and dental equipment. In the city are South Dakota State Univ. and an art museum.
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BROOKINGS - While Lane County firefighters geared up to help fight the flames of the Chetco Bar wildfire over the weekend, a thief had other plans, stealing equipment while the fire crews slept.
Celebrating the opening of our state-of-the-art lab in Brookings, South Dakota, the team was joined by industry representatives, business leaders and Keith Corbett, Mayor of Brookings, for tours, demonstrations and a ribbon cutting ceremony.
All 54 countries on the continent are projected to be in the Continental Free Trade Area, or CFTA, which "is shaping up to be the largest free trade area in the world in terms of the population it covers," notes Amy Copley for the Brookings Institution.
Tarik Yousef, a scholar who specialises in the political economy of policy reform in the Middle East, has been appointed director of the Brookings Doha Centre, Brookings President Strobe Talbott said.
Left unsaid in the headlines and stories that condemned Sanders' healthcare proposal is that the Brookings Institution and Urban Institute, the two major organizations behind the Tax Policy Center, (http://www.
FOR 45 YEARS, the Brookings Papers on Economic Activity have been at the forefront of efforts to bring careful scholarship to bear on the pressing economic policy issues of the times.
Brookings suggests examining or eliminating practices such as the waterfall method of software development (in which the system isn't tested until the end of the project).
MIPIM, the real estate market, conference and networking event, announced a collaboration with the Brookings Institution; a private nonprofit organization devoted to independent research and innovative policy solutions, for one of the MIPIM 2016 conferences.
A new study by Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Melissa Kearney and Wellesley College's Phillip Levine report that children living in places where the show's broadcast signal was strong were 14% less likely to be behind in school compared to children living in places with weak signal reception.
Lawrence University faculty with scholars at the Brookings Institution, a nonprofit public policy organization based in Washington, D.
companies remain reluctant to invest in productive capacity, foreign firms are filling some of the gap, according to a recent study by the Brookings Institution.
Brookings said Worcester-area employers kept STEM jobs in that category posted an average of 62 days, more than double the average of 48 days that non-STEM jobs were posted.

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