linked organization

linked organization

Two spaces that are joined or connected by a third intervening space. See also: Organization
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"Mentoring is not a replacement for good management or leadership, nor is it a replacement for the appropriate development or training program," says Alaina Love, management consultant and author of The Purpose Linked Organization: How Passionate Leaders Inspire Winning Teams and Great Results (McGraw-Hill 2009).
London, June 6 (ANI): The FBI linked organization InfraGard has become the latest target of a hackers' collective that recently penetrated the online security defenses of Nintendo and Sony.
No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attacks but many suspect the al-Qaeda linked organization, Islamic Jihad .
AlQaeda Linked Organization Develops and Operates Unmanned Car "Think Google was first to operate unmanned car?
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One way to combat this is to get all applicants of a Government job to declare in writing all of their relatives that are or have been working with the organisation and its linked organizations. The selected candidates should reconfirm these details at the time of signing their contract.
Idleb, SANA-Units of the army on Monday dealt a blow to Jabhat al-Nusra- linked organizations through concentrated operations on their dens in Idleb southern countryside, in response to terrorists' continued breaches of the de-escalation zones' agreement.
She said feature of online transmission is very important in this website so that live events of linked organizations of Information Ministry can broadcast live.
The war is managed primarily by linked organizations. The PKK seems to be trying this urban tactic from a certain distance.