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COMPAConvergence of Movements of the Peoples of the Americas (civil society group)
COMPACommittee of Methadone Program Administrators (Albany, NY)
COMPAConvergence of Organizations and Movements of Peoples of the Americas
COMPACommittee on Office Medical Practice Assessment (College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia; Canada)
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"--?Como no estoy trabajando, papa, si estoy trabajando alla con los compas?
"There's a tendency for Republican Administrations to have more employer-friendly laws," says Compa. But "that's not the decisive factor.
But the Guild's Compa said, "We are hopeful of resolving this dispute through direct settlement talks with the company, without the need for further litigation or arbitration."
Once, in Tequeque, while scouting for a location to hold a seminar, a compa told me, "There's always the hospital.
Avionte earned the position of 3637 on the list, reflecting the company's continued growth that's greatly attributed to its intense focus on innovation, delivery of quality solutions, exceptional client experience, and the recent acquisition of COMPAS Technology.
Endeavour Silver reports Q2 production results from the company's four silver-gold mines in Mexico: the Guanacevi mine in Durango state, the Bolanitos and El Cubo mines in Guanajuato state and the El Compas mine in Zacatecas state.
Stuart Williams always operates at a decent strike-rate and he can further enhance his statistics with Compas Scoobie in the 32Red Handicap.
That challenge garnered national headlines in 2016 when ProPublica published a study claiming racial bias in COMPAS, a recidivism risk assessment system used by some courts to evaluate the likelihood that a criminal defendant will reoffend.
More and more courts are using an AI product called COMPAS to predict whether persons convicted of crimes will offend again, and judges are relying on it in handing out sentences.