's Lockett puts it: 'During the late 1980s and 1990s, everything seemed as if was going to stay the same...
As the foregoing features suggest, the UWP
is the most complex pelletizing system and entails the greatest investment cost.
At general availability, the desktop app will support Microsoft Windows 10-powered devices, including laptops, Surface devices and the Surface Hub via UWP
, with plans to expand to other platforms in 2018.
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside (UWP
) is a suburban, public university with a total enrollment of 4800.
Many of the examples cited within the text--the Taiwan/China debacle, the Hess Oil transactions, the conditions of the privatization of the banana industry, the response of the UWP
government to strikes with its fatal casualties, et cetera--suggest a state with strong sovereign powers over the nation.
Up with People (UwP
), a singing group organized in the 1960s as a response to the liberal counterculture, featured "clean-cut, smile-drenched" peppy youths (http://www.smiletilithurts.com/synopsis.html).
For Compton, that bemusement seemed to translate itself into disillusionment about the effects of his life's work in the agricultural sector; signalling to him, too, a certain softening of his historic political base, and therefore a weakening of his United Workers Party (UWP
), indicated in the fact that the new emerging forces led by George Odlum seemed to be developing some salience in the agricultural areas.
This person will join a vibrant, active faculty and staff, and serve as a leader in the University Writing Program (UWP
The opposition St Lucia Labour Party (SLP) was returned to power in general elections, five years after it was defeated by the United Workers Party (UWP
), reports Caribbean News Now (Nov.
In the January 2000 elections, the Edison James United Workers Party (UWP
) was defeated by the Dominican Labour Party (DLP), led by Roosevelt P.