Moreover, many fishermen claimed that Puerto Rico's DNER
license application process was slow and that it sometimes took in excess of six months to receive their licenses.
For example, a picture of a contemporary operating theater, or the carefully annotated political cartoons showing Victoria and Peel as successful mesmerists (thus demonstrating the power of the mesmerizer and the inferiority of the mesmerized subject), are exciting testimonies to her argument; whereas portraits of Dionysius Lar dner
or Thomas Wakley, or even the playbill showing Charles Dickens as an actor in a private performance of Inchbald's Animal Magnetism, are of marginal interest.
According to DNER
the mining sector is well placed to ride out the current global economic crisis, due to its strength in the gold and silver sectors.
Initially known as the DNER
(Distributed National Electronic Resource) but later renamed the JISC Information Environment (IE), the implementation of this strategy is based on a number of JISC programs that fund the development of a wide range of projects.
Telemig will be exclusively responsible for installing some sections of the network, while other parts will be installed with the help of the state railway company RFFSA; Embratel, Brazil's long-distance carrier; and the road authorities, DNER
After teaming up for The 40-Year- Old Virgin and Anchorman, Steve Carell and Paul Rudd reunite for an uneven comedy based on 1998 French film Le Dner
Army Corps of Engineers, broke ground for the Portugues-Bucana Dam in Ponce; US$247 million is being invested to protect the properties of 13,000 families in a 4,100-acre area, said DNER
Secretary Javier Velez Arocho, reports Caribbean Business (April 3, 2008):