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In addition to this the U. S. Civil Service Bureau, when examining applicants for government positions as interior designers, expects that `` when various needed objects are not obtainable on the market he will design them.
even the famed Indian Civil Service is not fully adequate to the tremendous range of tasks it has undertaken.
To appreciate the nature of the gamble, it should be realized that while college teaching is almost a public symbol of security, that security does not come as quickly or as automatically as it does in an elementary school system or in the Civil Service.
* Civil Service Day ( Thailand )
His father, Julius Mathison Turing ( 1873 – 1947 ), was a member of an old aristocratic family of Scottish descent who worked for the Indian Civil Service ( the ICS ).
In Ireland, the Civil Defence is still very much an active organisation and is occasionally called upon for its Auxiliary Fire Service and ambulance / rescue services when emergencies such as flash flooding occur and require additional manpower.
* Confederate Secret Service, the secret service operations of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War
About 5, 000 Reserve officers for the camps were affected, transferred to Civil Service and military ranks and titles were eliminated.
Non-league sides include Spartans and Edinburgh City, who play in the East of Scotland League along with Civil Service Strollers F. C., Lothian Thistle F. C., Edinburgh University A. F. C., Leith Athletic F. C., Tynecastle F. C., Craigroyston F. C.
His father, Richard Walmesley Blair, worked in the Opium Department of the Indian Civil Service.
This assurance of financial independence may have led him to consider retirement, and as he was due for a long leave in 1936 the Johore Civil Service allowed him to retire slightly early, in January 1936.
This was Council of Civil Service Unions v Minister for the Civil Service AC 374 ( often known simply as the " GCHQ case ").
In this case, a prerogative Order in Council had been used by the prime minister ( who is the Minister for the Civil Service ) to ban trade union activities by civil servants working at GCHQ.
The Secretary for the Civil Service, Denise Yue Chung-yee, signed off on the approval for him to take up the job after his request passed through the vetting committee.
On 15 August, the Civil Service Bureau issued the report requested by Donald Tsang, where they admitted that they had neglected to consider Leung's role in the Hung Hom Peninsula affair.
The ICAO should not be confused with the International Air Transport Association ( IATA ), a trade organization for airlines also headquartered in Montreal, or with the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation ( CANSO ), an organization for Air Navigation Service Providers ( ANSPs ) with its headquarters at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in the Netherlands.
* 1883 – The Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act, establishing the United States Civil Service, is passed.
" Nehru ridiculed the Indian Civil Service ( ICS ) for its support of British policies.
He noted that someone had once defined the Indian Civil Service, " with which we are unfortunately still afflicted in this country, as neither Indian, nor civil, nor a service.

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Since that time, the term Bolshevik has been regarded as obsolete, and relevant only to the pre-Revolutionary times, during the Russian Revolution itself and the Russian Civil War which followed.
Since the American Civil War the term " discrimination " generally evolved in American English usage as an understanding of prejudicial treatment of an individual based solely on their race, later generalized as membership in a certain socially undesirable group or social category.
Since 1994, the United Nations Human Rights Committee has also ruled that such laws violate the right to privacy guaranteed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
Since the end of the Angolan Civil War ( 1975 – 2002 ), stability has been widespread in the country, and major reconstruction has been going on since 2002 in those parts of the country which have been damaged by the civil war.
Since Filmer's views essentially require that the Stuart family be uniquely descended from the patriarchs of the Bible, and since even in the late 17th century that was a difficult view to uphold, Locke attacked Filmer's views in his First Treatise on Government, freeing him to set out his own views in the Second Treatise on Civil Government.
Since 1994, the United Nations Human Rights Committee has also ruled that such laws violated the right to privacy guaranteed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
Since 1937, the federal Civil Aeronautics Board ( CAB ) had regulated all domestic interstate air transport routes as a public utility, setting fares, routes, and schedules.
Since its popularity during the American Civil War, five-card stud has seen a gradual decline in its popularity.
Since the American Civil War, whites controlled economic and political power in Hale County.
" Since the county was founded almost 30 years before the U. S. Civil War, Union County obviously was not named in sympathy for the North, as is sometimes thought.
Since before the Civil War, West Feliciana had been historically Democratic in voter preference.
Since the company was begun during the Civil War, in an inflationary economy, when car prices tripled and quadrupled, it is possible the abrupt return to “ normal ” in 1865 may have seemed like a depression to the budding company.
Since there was already an existing post office in a village of the same name in Kosciusko County, this Millwood was rechristened “ Sheridan ,” in honor of Civil War general Philip Sheridan.
Since 1995 members of the African American History Alliance of Louisiana have gathered annually at Norco in January to commemorate the events of the German Coast Uprising, when men of color reached for freedom decades before the Civil War and Emancipation.
Since then she has also starred other films, such as A Luv Tale ( 1999 ), Train Ride ( 2000 ), Civil Brand ( 2002 ) and Playa's Ball ( 2003 ).
Since then Duvall has continued to act in both film and television with such productions as Tender Mercies ( 1983 ) ( for which he won an Academy Award ), The Natural ( 1984 ), Colors ( 1988 ), the television mini-series Lonesome Dove ( 1989 ), Stalin ( 1992 ), The Man Who Captured Eichmann ( 1996 ), A Family Thing ( 1996 ), The Apostle ( 1997 ) ( which he also wrote and directed ), A Civil Action ( 1998 ), Gods and Generals ( 2003 ), Broken Trail ( 2006 ) and Get Low ( 2010 ).
Since the Civil War the relations between Swedes and Finns had been frosty.
Since I am now acting on my own responsibility, beholden to no-one, and have taken it upon myself to restore peace to the country, from now on every secret undertaking is aimed not only at the legal order but at me personally as well-at me, who have myself marched in the ranks of the Civil Guards as an upholder of social peace .... Peace must be established in the country as swiftly as possible, and the defects that exist in our national life must thereafter be eliminated within the framework of the legal order.
Since the successes of the American Civil Rights Movement and the enactment of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, which allowed for a massive increase in immigration from Latin America and Asia, intermarriage between white and non-white Americans has been increasing.
Since 1949, the flag is mostly used within Taiwan where the Republic of China relocated after having lost the Chinese Civil War to the Communists.
( 1926 ) A History of the United States Since the Civil War 3: 69 – 122
Since the end of the American Civil War, personal and official use of Confederate flags, and of flags derived from these, has continued under some controversy.
Since 1987, the airport operator kept all landing fees, while the Civil Aviation Administration collects the navigation fees.
Since the U. S. Civil War, the powers of the federal government have generally expanded greatly, although there have been periods since that time of legislative branch dominance ( e. g., the decades immediately following the Civil War ) or when states ' rights proponents have succeeded in limiting federal power through legislative action, executive prerogative or by constitutional interpretation by the courts.

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