regional center


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regional center

[′rēj·ən·əl ′sen·tər]
(communications)
A long-distance telephone office which has the highest rank in routing of telephone calls; there are 12 such offices in the United States and Canada.
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Major organization : ESTABLISHMENT GOMEL REGIONAL CENTER FOR OLYMPIC TRACK AND FIELD ATHLETICS
The State Minister at the Ministry of Finance pointed out that the Regional Center aimed at servicing Sea Port Corporation, the Port Society and the Sudan in general as well as the neighboring countries.
Many investors find the regional center investment model attractive because the investor can live anywhere in the United States.
The UN Regional Center for Preventive Diplomacy for Central Asia is a special political mission of the United Nations Organization established in 2007 in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan upon the initiative of the five Central Asian states.
The EB-5 visa investor usually earns more in annual profits than they'd get from a regional center in 5 years.
Extell Development created its own regional center to help raise finance for its new International Gem Tower and 456 foreign investors are helping pay for infrastructure improvements for the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
The North Central Regional Center for Rural Development (NCRCRD) is one of four regional centers in the United States that have worked to improve the quality of life in rural communities for nearly 40 years.
A regional center to fight al Qaeda must be created to help countries join ranks and eradicate the Islamist "danger" which threatens the world, Saudi Arabia's former intelligence chief said on Friday, AFP reported.
Iranian Energy Minister Parviz Fattah arrived in Muscat to attend the 6th governing board meeting of the Regional Center on Urban Water Management (RCUWM) which is to be held today in Omani capital city.
In Singapore, aircraft manufacturer Boeing Co (NYSE: BA) has opened a new Integrated Materials Management (IMM) Asia Regional Center.
"In the late 1980s and early '90s, Silver Spring was still dead" explains Gary Stith, director of the Silver Spring Regional Center. The turnaround came with aggressive Smart Growth policies following a 1998 Maryland statewide initiative.
Project Mentor: Regional Center for Students with Learning Disabilities

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