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At the west end of a Romanesque church, a tower-like structure having a low entrance hall; the room above it is open to the nave.
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Unesco has so far added 13 new sites to the World Heritage List, including Historic Jeddah, the Gate to Makkah in Saudi Arabia, the Erbil Citadel in Iraq, the Carolingian Westwork and Civitas Corvey in Germany, Palestine: Land of Olives and Vines -- Cultural Landscape of Southern Jerusalem in Battir and Van Nellefabriek in the Netherlands.
Revenues doubled in one year at her Los Angeles-based multimedia design and communications firm, WestWork. Says Davis: "People in the arts are at a particular loss when it comes to business-management skills.
Also, long-standing CIC member Bernard West of Westworks Consulting in Toronto has been elected the 2014-2015 Chair of IUPAC, Committee of Chemical Industry.
ProLaw includes customized case management from WestWorks, Legalex Rules[R], flexible reports and automatic integration with existing applications, all on a completely scalable n-tier architecture.
Of the Intranets I have worked with, I like eGroups (www.egroups.com), Intranets (www.intranets.com), WestWorks (www.westgroup.com), and LexisNexis (www.lexis.com).
Products: WestLaw, KeyCite, WestDoc, Lawoffice.cam, WestWorks, Findlaw.com
West executive Mike Wilens said that West's attempt at office management integration, WestWorks, will be integrated into acquired operations and will be a "key element" in the next generation of ProLaw products.
(See Paul Bernstein, Modernizing Your Practice with WestWorks and WorkSpace, TRIAL, June 2001, at 74.) The benefits you derive from a service that you pay for, compared with the do-it-yourself (that is, learn-it-yourself) alternatives, may be worth looking into.
West Group (Eagan, MN) has introduced WestWorks, a new Web-based research and practice management package for small and midsize law firms.