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SPEERSocial Psychology and Economics in Environmental Research (UK study)
SPEERStructured Program for Economic Editing and Referrals (expert system; US Census)
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Beyond solid backup solutions for his clients, Speer knows that in order to deliver solid SLAs, his disaster recovery ability has to be on a strong footing.
Although the waterblasting pumps are rated for up to 40,000 psi, Speer said the company typically operates the units at 10,000-15,000 psi.
After the accident, the motorist who found him called police and Speer was found to have 70 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.
KOA Speer primary end markets in North America market applications include automotive, telecommunications, computer, and instrumentation.
Executive Suites was ideal for Speer Fiberoptics because the lease terms were flexible and fit our business needs," explains, Frank Speer, president of the firm which bears his name.
Executives are becoming much more involved in the financial reporting, and the financial-management departments are being asked to provide more information for additional assurance, Speer said, citing discussions with CFOs and other people in the financial-reporting functions of companies.
Abruptly appointed Minister of Armaments in February 1942, Speer revealed outstanding managerial skills.
A reconciler who rejected theological factionalism and clericalism, Speer in 1924 was chosen by twenty-two thousand readers of The Christian Century as one of the twenty-five greatest leaders of the church--"the men of deepest and most prophetic vision" (61).
The investor's return on the money is the knowledge that the contribution is providing more patient care and lessening the burden on the hospital district, Speer Selber said.
Speer (1867-1947) was born to a devout Presbyterian couple and raised in comfortable circumstances in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania.
Neil Morrissey, star of Men Behaving Badly, told yesterday how he and Full Monty actor Hugo Speer were lucky to escape with their lives after an car crash during a mercy mission to Kosovo.
We've been overwhelmed by the response to this campaign," says Lisa Speer, senior analyst at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), which runs the boycott with Sea Web.