The first WITs
received sixteen days of training at Fort Gordon, Georgia in 2004 and immediately deployed to Iraq.
The phrase also makes for a fitting description of the English Wits
. For in the course of examining the complex experiments with, and productions of wit
during the period, O'Callaghan opens a space for scholars to further explore the ways in which literary texts correspond with the physical and social localities in which they were first produced.
3 incorporates local telecomms services and products for federal agencies in the National Capital Region (NCR), which includes Washington and parts of its Maryland and Virginia suburbs.
End is on the market with Jackson-Stops & Staff (01244 310351).
To minimize impact on users, we made only minor changes to the old Web request form that library staff used to send messages to the WITs
. In addition to the required information about the request and the requestor, we added a dropdown menu for type of request and also automatically generated a report date and time.
Perhaps the biggest irony of Wits
as an institution considering its historic stance against apartheid is its own `ethnic' nature.
Applications for the WITS
'16 Destination Contest open 18 June and close on 1 September, 2015.
These issues will be debated by Professor Helen Rees, Executive Director of the Wits
Institute for Sexual and Reproductive Health, HIV and Related Diseases, Professor in the Wits
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Honorary Professor in the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and Professor Lynn Morris, Head of the AIDS Unit, Division of Virology and Communicable Disease Surveillance, National Institute for Communicable Diseases and Research Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Wits
With The Sociable Companions: Or The Female Wits
, she lays both charges to rest.
Approximately 180 attendees (98% of which were women) joined WITS
'14 this past March in Chicago, Illinois.