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Global Status Report on Disability and Development Prototype 2015 unedited versionGlobal Status Report on Disability and Development Prototype 2015 unedited version
Governments on the ways and means of translating policy frameworks developed in United Nations conferences and summits into programmes at the country level and, through technical assistance, helps build national capacities
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Risk Assessment ofRisk Assessment of
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State Prevention PlanState Prevention Plan
The Office provides leadership in substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment. Its goal is to enhance the health and safety of Maine citizens through the reduction of the overall impact of substance use, abuse, and dependency
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Sandra L. HansonSandra L. Hanson
Areas of specialization : Gender, Education, Race, Family, Labor Markets, Quantitative Methods
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1 Life After Kyoto: Alternative Approaches to Global Warming Policies1 Life After Kyoto: Alternative Approaches to Global Warming Policies
It concludes that, although virtually all discussions about economic global public goods have analyzed quantitative approaches, price-type approaches are likely to be more effective and more efficient
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Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal and Economic Public Policy Studies and Lawrence J. Spiwak (1998). Utility Entry into Telecommunications: Exactly How Serious Are We? Lawrence J. SpiwakPhoenix Center for Advanced Legal and Economic Public Policy Studies and Lawrence J. Spiwak (1998). Utility Entry into Telecommunications: Exactly How Serious Are We? Lawrence J. Spiwak
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Backlash Spending da biofuels 1NCBacklash Spending da biofuels 1NC
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Index Table of ContentsIndex Table of Contents
United States federal government should adopt the mandates of nadbank Enhancement Act of 2011 towards Mexico
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