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U. and S.
He narrowed the shape down to two: either a Zero or a U. S. Navy type aircraft.
He may be the only song writer ever to have collaborated with a secretary of the U. S. Treasury ; ;
This office cooperates with the U. S. Department of Commerce in giving statewide coverage to services which include: statistics on markets abroad ; ;
Magazine advertising included Management Methods, The New Englander, U. S. Investor, and Plant Location.
Morning sessions included addresses by Ward Miller, Jr. of the U. S. Dept. of Commerce.
42 U. S. C. 1958 ( ) ), is hereby amended to read:
During the period from 1 July 1960 through 31 January 1961, additional research affiliations were effected with the U. S. Army Medical Research and Development Command to conduct research in procedures for quantitative electron microscopy, and for the study of biophysical and biological studies of the structure and function of ocular tissue.
These publications replaced the U. S. Naval Medical Bulletin, published continuously from 1907 through 1959, as well as the Navy's Hospital Corps Quarterly and the Bulletin of the U. S. Army Medical Department, published from 1922 to 1949.
Determine the average per capita income for the U. S. based on the last three years.
Determine the ratio of 50% to the average per capita income of the U. S. ( Divide 50 by the result obtained in item 2 above.
Determine for each State ( except the Virgin Islands, Guam and Puerto Rico, and, prior to 1962, Alaska and Hawaii ) that percentage which bears the same ratio to 50% as the particular State's average per capita income bears to the average per capita income of the U. S..
353 U. S., at 605.
353 U. S., at 606.
'' 353 U. S., at 589.
'' 353 U. S., at 607.
International Salt Co. v. United States, 332 U. S. 392, 400-401 ''.
353 U. S., at 607-608.
361 U. S. 899.
348 U. S., at 412-413.
The extent to which participating bodies such as U. S. voluntary agencies, universities, international organizations, and the host country or institutions in the host country can and should share the cost of the Peace Corps programs must be fully explored.
In connection with our continuing development of new and more efficient mill machinery, a sounder U. S. income tax policy on depreciation of production equipment, enabling the mills to charge off the cost of new machines on a more realistic basis, could, if adopted, have favorable effects on Leesona's business in the next few years.
Such a depreciation policy would also, we believe, prove a very important factor in strengthening the competitive position of the U. S. textile and other industries, thus helping to strengthen the position of the dollar in foreign exchange.

U. and Soviet
The episode tended to confirm the U. S. belief that propaganda, the hope of one-sided concessions, and the chance to split the Allies, rather than genuine negotiation, were the Soviet leader's real aims in summitry.
U. S. willingness to accept a neutral Laos may have led Premier Khrushchev to believe that other areas could be `` neutralized '' on Soviet terms.
If tests are to be resumed, the argument went, it is vital that the U. S. make plain that the onus belongs to the Soviet Union.

U. and Government
The U. S. Government is paying for it.
The U. S. Government pays for all its overseas workers ''.

U. and have
In recent years many counties and the U. S. Forest Service have taken aerial photos which show features in detail and are very good for planning use.
While the U. S. Department of Labor has a program of projecting industry and occupational employment trends and publishing current outlook statements, there is little tangible evidence that these projections have been used extensively in local curriculum planning.
There have even been serious errors in the U. S. Forest Service, whose officials pride themselves in their scientific training, he added.
In the U. S., strong pressures have been building up for a resumption of tests on grounds that the Russians may be secretly testing.

U. and new
It was in the midst of such White House deliberations that Premier Khrushchev on May 4 made new inquiries through the U. S. Embassy in Moscow about a meeting with the President in the near future.

U. and international
Moreover, an eventual meeting was desirable if for no other reason than to satisfy world opinion that the U. S. was not inflexible and was sparing no effort to ease international tensions.
Moreover, Moscow appeared determined to apply the tripartite veto principle to the executive organs of all international bodies, including the U. N. Secretariat and the International Control Commission for Laos.

U. and with
Constantino Brumidi designed the decorative scheme as a whole, in collaboration with the architect Charles U. Walter, at the time when plans were being made to replace the wooden dome of Bullfinch with the present much larger iron structure.
The present edition of crystal data was written by J.D.H. Donnay, the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. ( Part 2 ) ) and Werner Nowacki, University of Berne, Switzerland ( Part 1 ) ) with the collaboration of Gabrielle Donnay, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C..
St. Louis U. was to be in action again today with a game scheduled at 4 against Washington University at Ligget Field.
Premier Khrushchev wrecked the conference at its initial session with a bitter denunciation of the U. S. for the U-2 incident.

U. and call
As daylight began to show through the frosty windows, Fogg would place a call to William A. Shaw at the U. S. Weather Station at Northfield, Vermont, for temperature and wind-velocity readings.

U. and for
`` The Dictionary Of Occupational Titles '' published by the U. S. Department of Labor describes him as follows: `` Designs, plans and furnishes interiors of houses, commercial and institutional structures, hotels, clubs, ships, theaters, as well as set decorations for motion picture arts and television.
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.
In 1914 when the town was chosen for the U. S. Amateur Golf tournament, a representative hurried here from the Boston manager's office.
At last the White House is going to get some much-copied furniture by that master American craftsman, Duncan Phyfe, whose designs were snubbed in his lifetime when the U. S. Presidents of the 19th Century sent abroad for their furnishings.
The President had set for himself the task, which he believed vital, of awakening the U. S. and its allies to the hard and complex effort necessary to shift that balance.

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