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watchdog

a dog kept to guard property
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In the report, Emily O'Reilly, European Ombudsman and EU's public administration watchdog, said that Jose Manuel Barroso's role at Goldman Sachs had caused serious public disquiet and put trust in EU under a cloud.
The combination will support continued expansion for both companies in the metal recycling industry, help broaden the resources available to current and future security customers, as well as bring an enhanced caliber of support and service to current Watchdog customers.
The events program included a lecture on Determinants of Watchdog Journalism: Evidence from Worlds of Journalism Study by CAS Professor of Mass Communication Prof Basyouni Hamada.
BORO lass Steph McGovern is set to raise a consumer army as she joins the presenting line-up for the return of BBC One's Watchdog.
com)-- Watchdog Real Estate Project Managers, a leading real estate project management firm and owner's representative, announced the hiring of Cody Wood.
SHOWBIZ Anne Robinson to leave Watchdog after 15 years ANNE Robinson is to bow out of Watchdog after 15 years.
As the new watchdog content coach for the Delaware News Journal, Chris Coates is a man with a plan.
com/articles/165973/Members+of+Bulgaria%27s+Energy+Watchdog+to+be+Elected+by+Parliament">amendments under which members of the state energy watchdog will be elected by Parliament.
A PETITION has been launched by the Campaign for Real Ale urging the Government to introduce a watchdog to ensure struggling pubs are thrown a lifeline.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-December 16, 2013-Lloyds receives fine from City watchdog for retail conduct failings
Red Lion Controls has introduced the Watchdog Relay, the industry's only rugged, hardware-based solution that reliably monitors and provides fail-safe shutdown of processes controlled by RTUs, PLCs and other automation devices.