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Bulletins on BBC One moved into a new set in January 2003 although retained the previous ivory Lambie-Nairn titles until February 2004.
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Bulletins during BBC Breakfast are presented by Sally Nugent or Mike Bushell, with the latter also appearing on other sports bulletins on the channel.
Bulletins on BBC World News and BBC One also introduced similar graphics and title sequences on the same day.
* Bulletins: Easy-to-read publications focusing on specific topics ( e. g., Jerusalem, negotiations, prisoners, settlements, etc.
* BBC Battle Bulletins -- An experiment in which the BBC produced " Battle Bulletins ," providing updates and commentary on the Battle of Shrewsbury as if it were reporting on the actual event as it unfolded.
# Practice Bulletins, which indicate the AcSEC's views on narrow financial reporting issues not considered by the FASB or the GASB .</ ul >
Bulletins are broadcast around the clock on BFBS Radio and BFBS Gurkha Radio, and during BFBS Radio 2's music programming.
One of his most successful, The Collected Bulletins of Idi Amin ( a collection of his Punch articles about Amin ) was rejected for publication in the United States on the grounds of racial sensitivity.
Bulletins and Announcements are treated specially and displayed on a single " community Bulletin board ".
Bulletins are broadcast every hour on weekdays 6am-7pm and 10pm-2am along with news headlines at 7: 30, 8: 30am, 4: 30pm and 5: 30pm.
It also publishes various periodicals, such as the Annual Report and the Monthly and Quarterly Bulletins, to provide accurate and up-to-date information on the economy to the public.
The series title was a play on an advertising convention of the time, in which a competitor's product was not referred to by name, but simply as " Brand X "; DC was sometimes playfully called " Brand Echh " in Marvel " Bullpen Bulletins " and letters pages, hence this comic was " Not Brand Echh ".
The latter Society included such experts on East European affairs as Leon Wasilewski, Stanisław Łoś and Stanisław Stempowski, and its founder and prime mover as well as the Bulletins editor was Włodzimierz Bączkowski, a leading figure in the " Promethean movement.
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Bulletins and moved
His tenure in this position was short-lived, as he moved to Edmonton the following year to become the head of the Edmonton Bulletins press room.
Bulletins and into
These Bulletins were later made into a comedy album, The Collected Broadcasts of Idi Amin with the actor John Bird.
Bulletins and new
Current Intelligence Bulletins analyze new information about occupational health and safety hazards.
In 2006, Gruenwald was officially named the " Patron Saint of Marveldom " in the new " Bullpen Bulletins " pages.
At the same time, Seeldrayers continued his journalistic activities and began a new collaboration with the publication " Sports Echo " ( L ' Écho des Sports ), but it would end this aspect of his activities in 1935, while still continuing to publish articles and to make his opinions known in the columns of the Bulletins of the International Olympic Committee.
Bulletins and 2003
The increase in Desert Locust breeding activity was noted in the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization ( FAO ) Desert Locust Bulletins in the autumn of 2003 when four unrelated outbreaks occurred simultaneously in Mauritania, Mali, Niger and Sudan.
Bulletins and titles
During this period, until he left the company, Giordano wrote a monthly column published in DC titles called " Meanwhile ..." which ( much like Marvel's " Bullpen Bulletins ") featured news and information about the company and its creators.
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In 1991 MFB merged with Sight and Sound, which had until then been published quarterly-Sight and Sound then became a monthly publication and took up the Monthly Film Bulletins remit to review all films released in the UK.
Bulletins and 2004
Bulletins eventually return to those areas in 2004, albeit in the form of two minute updates during weekdays in the ratings season.
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IMU Bulletins are published annually with the aim to inform IMU ’ s members about the Union ’ s current activities.
The Gold Coast Bulletins Ryan Ellem commented in 2005 that the Simpson family's dilemma with the cost of the veterinary procedure is a realistic dilemma faced by many families who own dogs.
The IntelliStar 2 features ; Animated Lower line display, Current Conditions, Weather Bulletins, Metro Conditions, Regional Doppler, Metro Doppler, Hourly Forecast, Local Forecast, and The Week Ahead.
The Bulletins primary aim is to inform the public about nuclear policy debates while advocating for the international control of nuclear weapons.
The GASB has issued Statements, Interpretations, Technical Bulletins, and Concept Statements defining GAAP for state and local governments since 1984.
During the years 1939 to 1959 CAP issued 51 Accounting Research Bulletins that dealt with a variety of timely accounting problems.
Bulletins afford greatest visibility due not only to their size, but because they allow creative " customizing " through extensions and embellishments.
His " Basic CARE Bulletins " and " Total Health Seminars " are offered to those who have attended " Basic " or " Advanced " or " Anger Resolution " seminars.
The leaflets were accompanied by a series of public information films produced in 1964, called Civil Defence Information Bulletins.
The Library of Congress, the home of CRS, had experimented during the 1940s with unrestricted publication Public Affairs Bulletins, which were produced by staff of the Legislative Reference Service, and devoted to various public policy issues.
About 100 Public Affairs Bulletins were generated before congressional appropriators ended their production in 1951.
MAI also alleged that Peak misappropriated trade secrets by using FIBs ( Field Information Bulletins ) in their own business practices.
“ Une sépulture des troglodytes du Périgord ,” Bulletins de la Société d ’ Anthropologie de Paris 3 ( 1868 ): 335-349.