ORGS

AcronymDefinition
ORGSOffice of Research and Graduate Studies
ORGSOntario Rock Garden Society (Canada)
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Film Critics, Critics' Choice, London Film Critics' Circle, New York Film Critics Circle, plus 25 more from crix orgs
RP: We hope that it will happen naturally through enlightened thinking and partnering with orgs mentioned earlier, and that this leads to business success and through correlation with big success with diverse board composition.
L.; ROSENDAHL, Z (orgs.).Introducao a Geografia Cultural Rio de Janeiro: Bertrand Brasil, 2003.
A separate Independent Sector survey found that 73 percent of Americans who donated money in response to the attacks also plan to give the same amount or more to other charities, reports Catholic News Service) Trustworthiness of nonprofit organization RELIGIOUS ORGS. 47% SOCIAL SERVICE CHARITIES 37% WORLD-RELIEF ORGANIZATIONS 28% ARTS & CULTURE 25% ENVIRONMENTAL ORGS.
At the University of the Philippines (UP), organizations (orgs) are at the heart of every student's life.
The sides' respective lobbying orgs have been predictably busy, with dueling email blasts coming regularly from the National Assn.
Orgs earn the ENERGY STAR by using EPA's rating system.
Our take: A long blackout is unlikely, as it would give ammo to pols and advocacy orgs lobbying for a la carte legislation.
BAM, founded in 1861 and evolving over the past 40 years into a prestigious presenter of often-arty international fare, is the anchor for the cultural growth in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, where the nonprofit's three venues are joined by the home bases of Mark Morris Dance Group, music venue Roulette and legit new-work developer Page 73 Prods., among several other orgs. Hefty support from city government has also helped prompt growth in the so-called BAM Cultural District, and was one of the things that attracted Theater for a New Audience to the area.