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Playground

A visual language for children, developed for Apple's Vivarium Project. OOPSLA 89 or 90?
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Name of project: providing painting and spreading morrum, stone dust at palton and anand nagar play ground in akberbagh, div-27, ghmc.
BHAKKAR -- The district administration would establish play grounds at every union council to promote sports activities.
'Play ground of children is being encroached in F-8 and the city administration instead of safeguarding children's rights playing a role of silent spectator,' mentioned IMC member.
Tenders are invited for Renovation of office of the director, Physical education and construction of pump house shed at play ground water sump in anu campus
In play ground, the Advisor mingled with the children who were getting physical training.
Site address hasland junior school broomfield avenue hasland chesterfield derbyshire s41 0ly (01246) 234250 we invite quotations from competent contractors for the proposed resurfacing & play ground repair works required.
Tenders are invited for Construction of boundry wall play ground of primary school baderi
KARACHI -- Chairman District Municipal Corporation (DMC) Central Rehan Hashmi on Tuesday reviewed the ongoing cleaning work of parks and play ground in the New Karachi area here.
Tenders are invited for Annula maintenance of buildings i.e s.v.music and dance college, Nadaswaram building, S p girls high school and play ground at tirupati for the year 2019-20
The secretary also approved Rs 15 million for playground in Tehsil Paharpur of district DIKhan, Rs 26.535 million for play ground in Abbottabad, Rs 04.57 for renovation of playground in Bannu and Rs 02.289 million for playground in Swat.
Tenders are invited for Annual maintenance of buildings i.e s.v music and dance college, Nadaswaram building, S.p.girls high school and play ground at tirupati for the year 2019-20.
He barred the monitoring Authority from issuing no objection certificate to private schools without ensuring proper play ground in the schools.