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Cheques amounting to Rs18.4 billion have been distributed among the affected people according to a CLCP release.
At least Rs13.341 billion was released by the Finance Division under the CLCP, out of which Rs12.350 billion was released to the political administration.
As far as CLCP was concerned, Rs.13,341 million has been released by Finance Division, he said.
The firm, however, should have the opportunity to significantly reduce the corporate fine by proving the implementation of a state of the art CLCP.
Debra Gross, RN, MSN, CPC, CCM, CLCP, MSCC, CLNC is co-owner of Delor Legal Nurse Consultants, LLC in Ohio.
Lew, MD, PhD, CLCP; (1,3) Heidi Queen, MD, MPH, CLCP; (4) Dennis Reeves, PhD; (5) Joseph Bleiberg, PhD, CLCP (6)
Pauline Ellis, MPA, BSN, RN, COHN-S, CLCP, Lake Ridge, VA died January 2007.
Christoph Promberger of the Carpathian Large Carnivore Project (CLCP), who has been researching the large carnivores of the southern Carpathian Mountains for the past 10 years, contends that his greatest finding is how easily carnivores can co-exist with people.
(18.) For a discussion of union educational programs in the early 1950s, see David Smith, "A Survey Report on Labour Education in Canada," 15 March 1951, Canadian Labour Congress Papers (hereafter CLCP), vol.
The previous government had launched Citizen Loss Compensation Programme (CLCP) for the militancy-hit people of the erstwhile Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) to compensate them.