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02/2011, Volume 13, Issue 6
These divisions are matched by a similar divisiveness in procedures, practices and even ethos. Each court group has its own treasured way of doing things, its... 
Courthouses | Judiciary | Advantages | Relocation | Facilities management
Magazine Article
04/2011
The position regarding the commercial court and TCC has been far more serious. These courts and their offices are primarily located in St Dunstan's House. The... 
Courthouses | Quality | Legal services | Relocation
Magazine Article
The Atlanta Journal - Constitution, ISSN 1539-7459, 01/2004
  [Nina Hickson] should not be allowed to judge as a profession, as she has no regard for the truth. She has a driver's license enabling her to legally visit... 
Emission standards
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01/2000, ISBN 9780493596426
The problem under investigation was the need to develop trust between front-line employees and supervisors. To address this problem, the following research... 
Studies | Behaviorial sciences | Higher education | Curricula | Management | Behavioral sciences | Management training | Teaching
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