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The X3 committee also addressed how ASCII should be transmitted ( least significant bit first ), and how it should be recorded on perforated tape.
During this term Johnson also made a concerted effort to increase his sphere of interactions ; his higher profile was exemplified by a biographical sketch published in the New York Times in May 1849, describing him as an excellent committee worker and investigator.
The boule also served as an executive committee for the assembly, and oversaw the activities of certain other magistrates.
Managements promoting demutualization also thereby met managerial objectives because the end of mutuality brought joint stock company ( Plc ) style remuneration committee pay standards and share options.
The Black Hand was organized at the grassroots level in 3-to 5-member cells, supervised by district committees and by a Central committee in Belgrade whose ten-member Executive Committee was led, more or less, by Colonel Dragutin Dimitrijević ( also known as Apis ).
Tiffany & Co., for example, pays directors an annual retainer of $ 46, 500, an additional annual retainer of $ 2, 500 if the director is also a chairperson of a committee, a per-meeting-attended fee of $ 2, 000 for meetings attended in person, a $ 500 fee for each meeting attended via telephone, in addition to stock options and retirement benefits.
One firm, Scammell and Nephew Ltd, took a civil action against Attlee and the other Labour members of the committee ( although not against the Conservative members who had also supported this ).
" The IBM COMTRAN language invented by Bob Bemer was also drawn upon, but the FACT language specification from Honeywell was not distributed to committee members until late in the process and had relatively little impact.
Most, if not all, of the authors in the JSAC edition were also active in the MPEG-1 Audio committee.
) Assistant Church Historian, Andrew Jenson, also reported that the alphabet was produced by a committee composed of Orson Pratt, Parley P. Pratt, Wilford Woodruff, George D. Watt, Robert L. Campbell, and others.
He also complained about Institute committee meetings.
Controversies surrounded not only the suspicions of Leung's own conflict of interest, but also of the insensitivity of the committee which recommended the approval for him to take up his lucrative new job less than two years after his official retirement.
A committee of " national salvation " took over but also collapsed in half a year.
Pei's background in architecture was seen as a considerable asset ; one member of the committee told him: " If you know how to build you should also know how to destroy.
The name " JPEG " stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, the name of the committee that created the JPEG standard and also other still picture coding standards.
Fuchs attended a conference of the Combined Policy Committee ( CPC ) in 1947, a committee created to facilitate exchange of atomic secrets between the highest levels of government of the U. S., Great Britain and Canada ; Donald Maclean, as British co-secretary of CPC, was also in attendance.
Sharon Adler, Anders Berglund, and James A. Marke were also key members of the SGML committee.
He also ran unsuccessfully for a seat in parliament and served as advisor to the committee that drafted the ill-fated democratic Weimar Constitution of 1919.
The committee also found that the existence of states was a question of fact, while the recognition by other states was purely declaratory and not a determinative factor of statehood.
The SPA's standing committee also appoints judges to the highest court for 5-year terms that are concurrent with those of the Assembly.
They also hired Rich Frank of KCOP-TV and a member of the Operation Prime Time steering committee.
The Writer ’ s Union also formed a committee in April 1968, headed by the poet Jaroslav Seifert, to investigate the persecution of writers after the Communist takeover in February 1948 and rehabilitate the literary figures into the Union, bookstores and libraries, and the literary world .< ref > Golan, Galia.
Although its chair and other members were physicists, the committee also included several psychologists.
Originally used to refer to the presiding officer of a committee or governing body in Great Britain the usage was also applied to political leaders, including the leaders of some of the Thirteen Colonies ( originally Virginia in 1608 ); in full, the " President of the Council.
Benford, who is also an astrophysicist, is a longtime member of both the board of directors and the steering committee of the Mars Society.

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State and federal legislation against racial discrimination in employment was called for yesterday in a report of a `` blue ribbon '' citizens committee on the aid to dependent children program.
The American Standard Code for Information Interchange ( ASCII ) was developed under the auspices of a committee of the American Standards Association, called the X3 committee, by its X3. 2 ( later X3L2 ) subcommittee, and later by that subcommittee's X3. 2. 4 working group.
Since the English Reformation, the Church of England has been more explicitly a state church and the choice is legally that of the British crown ; today it is made in the name of the Sovereign by the Prime Minister, from a shortlist of two selected by an ad hoc committee called the Crown Nominations Commission.
Today the choice is made in the name of the monarch by the prime minister, from a shortlist of two selected by an ad-hoc committee called the Crown Nominations Commission.
Stroustrup began developing C ++ in 1979 ( then called " C with Classes "), and, in his own words, " invented C ++, wrote its early definitions, and produced its first implementation ... chose and formulated the design criteria for C ++, designed all its major facilities, and was responsible for the processing of extension proposals in the C ++ standards committee.
The Lesson, as it is informally called, is compiled by a committee at The Mother Church, and is usually made up of six sections, each of which consists of passages from the Bible ( read by the Second Reader ) and passages from Science and Health ( read by the First Reader ).
The committee presiding over Britain's prestigious Turner Prize in 2004, for example, called it " the most influential work of modern art.
Under his editorship, the committee produced a book called Language and Public Policy ( 1974 ), with the aim of informing readers of the extensive scope of doublespeak being used to deliberately mislead and deceive the audience.
A committee that was headed by psychiatrist Brigadier General William C. Menninger developed a new classification scheme called Medical 203 that was issued in 1943 as a War Department Technical Bulletin under the auspices of the Office of the Surgeon General.
The Minister for Finance, Jack McConnell, was called to appear before the standards committee during the investigation although he was later cleared of any wrongdoing and the committee declared there was no evidence he had been influenced from lobbying by Beattie Media.
Capra himself was not called to testify, although he still became a prime target of the committee due to his past associations with many Hollywood blacklisted screenwriters.
In fact, the city was ruled by a secretive executive committee, called the " Little Council ", which was made up of 25 members of its wealthiest families.
In 1974 a committee with representatives from every sect compiled a new text called the Saman Suttam.
In the 1970s, Tunnicliffe led the development of a standard called GenCode for the publishing industry and later was the first chair of the International Organization for Standardization committee that created SGML, the first standard descriptive markup language.
In June 2004, the General Assembly met in Richmond, Virginia and adopted by a vote of 431-62 a resolution that called on the church's committee on Mission Responsibility through Investment ( MRTI ) " to initiate a process of phased, selective divestment in multinational corporations operating in Israel.
In early 1970 she was elected to represent Central Organisation of Finnish Trade Unions in a committee that called for the recognition of the German Democratic Republic.
Persons called before a congressional investigatory committee are entitled to the constitutional guarantees of individual rights, such as those in the Bill of Rights.
Until the late 1970s, the First Committee was the Political and Security Committee ( POLISEC ) and there was also a sufficient number of additional " political " matters that an additional, unnumbered main committee, called the Special Political Committee, also sat.
Two of their proposals ( substantially altering the platform and abolishing the membership pledge ) attracted a lot of attention and opposition sprang up in the form of another committee called PLEDGE.
A group of vultures is called a wake, committee, venue, kettle, or volt.
The Democrats spokeswoman called for a standing parliamentary committee.
They gained control of the party organization through the creation of a committee called the Komitet Zagraniczny-KZ, which dealt with the party's foreign relations.
Most recently, the group Citizens for a Canadian Republic has advocated the election of the nominee to the Queen, either by popular or parliamentary vote ; a proposal echoed by Adrienne Clarkson, who called for the prime minister's choice to not only be vetted by a parliamentary committee, but also submit to a televised quiz on Canadiana.

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