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The deputy director of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools ( NCACS ), Steven D. Crow, says " Every move the university's made has been monitored " and MIU's library, faculty, academic mission and classroom space have been deemed appropriate.
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Major public proof of the Soviet program, called Biopreparat, came when Dr. Kanatjan Alibekov, its first deputy director, defected to the U. S. in 1992.
The following spring, Frank McClure, the deputy director of the APL, asked Guier and Weiffenbach to look at the inverse problem where you know the location of the satellite and you want to find your own location.
In August 2008, the appointment of Leung Chin-man as deputy managing director and executive director of New World China Land, subsidiary of New World Development, was greeted with uproar amidst widespread public suspicion that job offer was a quid pro quo for the favours he allegedly granted to NWD.
He appointed Hans Jüttner, director of the SS Leadership Main Office, as his deputy, and began to fill top Reserve Army posts with SS men.
In 1921, he rose in the Bureau of Investigation to deputy head, and in 1924, the Attorney General made him the acting director.
* Missouri was above average in the length of time criminals had to serve for all sentences according to Gail Hughes, deputy director for the state Corrections Department, citing the 1991 yearbook published by the Criminal Justice Institute.
Jones was assigned to duties as deputy director, J-3, U. S European Command, Stuttgart, Germany, on July 15, 1992.
Jones next served as director, Expeditionary Warfare Division ( N85 ), Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, during 1996, then as the deputy chief of staff for plans, policies, and operations, Headquarters Marine Corps, Washington, D. C.
He was elected to the Academy of Sciences and the SED central committee, and was later appointed deputy director of the Institute for Nuclear Research in Rossendorf, near Dresden, where he served until he retired in 1979.
Hermann Göring, a World War I ace with 22 victories and the holder of the Orden Pour le Merite, became National Kommissar for aviation with former Deutsche Luft Hansa director Erhard Milch as his deputy.
Wernher von Braun was the HVP technical director ( Dr Walter Thiel was deputy director ) and there were nine major departments:
Gagarin later became deputy training director of the Cosmonaut Training Centre outside Moscow, which was later named after him.
In 2000, two computer hard drives containing classified data were announced to have gone missing from a secure area within the laboratory, but were later found behind a photocopier ; in 2003, the laboratory's director John Browne, and deputy director, resigned following accusations that they had improperly dismissed two whistleblowers who had alleged widespread theft at the lab.
The first OMB included Roy Ash ( head ), Paul O ' Neill ( assistant director ), Fred Malek ( deputy director ) and Frank Zarb ( associate director ) and two dozen others.
Wieland Wagner, the grandson of the composer, Richard Wagner, was the deputy civilian director there from September 1944 to April 1945.
A few months after his arrival, possibly October 1924, he became deputy director of the Academy's Political Department, and later, possibly November 1924, director of the department.
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During 1942 – 43 Philby's responsibilities were expanded to include North Africa and Italy, and he was made the deputy head of Section V under Major Felix Cowgill, an army officer seconded to SIS.
) Matlock hired a former North Carolina deputy sheriff, Conrad McMasters ( portrayed by Clarence Gilyard, Jr .) to be his new private eye.
Westerwelle, the youngest party chairman at the time, emphasized economics and education, and espoused a strategy initiated by his deputy Jürgen Möllemann, who, as chairman of the North Rhine-Westphalia branch of party, had led his party back into the state parliament, gaining 9. 8 % of the vote.
The Viet Minh's stance in the South became increasingly tenuous by the early-to-mid 1950s, and in 1953 Lê was replaced by his deputy Lê Đức Thọ, and returned to North Vietnam.
On March 27, 2003, deputy defense minister of Afghanistan general Abdul Rashid Dostum created an office for the North Zone of Afghanistan and appointed officials to it, defying interim president Hamid Karzai's orders that there be no zones in Afghanistan.
In December, 1946, Arnold became deputy minister president of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and in 1947 he was elected minister president.
In 2003, the Japanese deputy ambassador to the United Nations, Yoshiyuki Motomura, protested the North Korean ambassador's use of the term in retaliation for a Japanese diplomat's use of the term " North Korea " instead of the official name, " Democratic People's Republic of Korea ".
In October 1942, Clark became deputy commander in chief of the Allied Forces in the North African Theater.
On August 23, 2010, the New York Times reported that Pak Pong-ju " resurfaced at a state function in the capital, Pyongyang, on Saturday, carrying the title of first deputy director of the central committee of the ruling Workers ’ Party of Korea, according to the North ’ s state-run Central Broadcasting Station.
He became a chemistry teacher at North High School in Phoenix and later went on to work as deputy director of the community service group Guadalupe Organization Inc. After returning to ASU to earn a law degree, he became an assistant to Arizona Governor Raul Castro.
In his memoirs, General William C. Westmoreland, U. S. commander in Vietnam, mentioned 1, 400 North Vietnamese casualties, while Major General William B. Rossen, the MACV deputy commander, estimated that the North Vietnamese lost between 1, 000 to 1, 400 men.
lawan Shettima Ali s National Secretary, Mr. Wale olatunji as deputy National Secretary, chief john oyegun deputy national chairman south, Dr. yusuf musa deputy national chairman North, Hajjia Ramatu Tijjani national women leader, Tony udoakan, national youth leader, Emma Eneukwu national publicity secretary, Hajjia Fatima Muhammed, national financial secretary.
Rex 84 was written by Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North, who was both National Security Council White House Aide, and NSC liaison to the Federal Emergency Management Agency ( FEMA ), and John Brinkerhoff, the deputy director of " national preparedness " programs for the FEMA.
In July 1522 he was made a member of the Council of the North ; in October he was made deputy warden of the east marches, and William Dacre, 3rd Baron Dacre, suggested that, young as he was, he should be made warden the same year.
Metcalf served in the administration of Governor Jim Hunt as deputy secretary of governmental operations and deputy secretary of the North Carolina Department of Transportation before being elected to the state legislature in 1998.
In 1691 Thomas Jarvis was appointed Deputy Governor of North and South Carolina under the colonial government Colonel Ludwell, being so the first deputy governor of the entire colony.
It was tasked with maintaining the infrastructure and resources and the command and control responsibilities, for the training and administration of all Regular Army and Territorial Army units in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the North of England and as such the deputy commander was always a Territorial Army officer at the rank Of Brigadier.
Many successful people have resided in Taree, including poets Les Murray and Henry Kendall, Ian Moffitt ( journalist and author ), former deputy Prime Minister and National Party leader Mark Vaile, Troy Bayliss and Damian Cudlin ( professional motorcycle racers ), Danny Buderus ( former Australian rugby league captain ), Oenone Wood ( cyclist ), Jade North ( Socceroos, Newcastle Jets captain ), Murray Doust ( rower ), Dr Ken Henry ( Secretary to the Treasury ), John H. Coates ( mathematician ) and Liz Hayes ( Australian Television Reporter ).
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The governor's move into the so-called `` blue law '' controversy came in the form of a letter to Miss Mary R. Grant, deputy city clerk of Central Falls.
Khrushchev sent the memo with his approval to his deputy Frol Kozlov and on August 1 it was, with minor revisions, passed as a CPSU Central Committee directive.
In 1966 she was appointed deputy director of the Central Cultural Revolution Group and claimed real power over Chinese politics for the first time.
Backed by her husband, she was appointed deputy director of the so-called Central Cultural Revolution Group in 1966 and emerged as a serious political figure in the summer of that year.
After serving briefly as the Chief-of-Staff for the Air Force Systems Command at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, Allen was appointed in March 1973 as a deputy to the Director of Central Intelligence for the Intelligence Community in Washington, D. C.
Samuel R. " Sandy " Berger, a longtime foreign policy adviser to Clinton who had been Lake's deputy since 1993, became National Security Adviser in March 1997, after Clinton nominated Lake to be Director of Central Intelligence ( Lake subsequently withdrew from the nomination ).
Chaired by the president, the council in 1990 had as its statutory members the prime minister, the deputy prime minister, the ministers for foreign affairs, home affairs, finance, and national defense, the director of the Agency for National Security Planning ( ANSP, known as the Korean Central Intelligence Agency — KCIA — until December 1980 ), and others designated by the president.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department has at least one deputy assigned here from the Central Station at all times ( with as-needed backup from the Colton and San Bernardino Police Departments, as well as deputies from nearby Loma Linda ), while the San Bernardino County Fire Department has a fire station on City Center Court.
Soon after they met, Zhao began a speech that he had prepared over the previous night: " I have been rethinking the Cultural Revolution during these years as a labourer ..." Zhou cut him off, saying " You've been called to Beijing because the Central Committee has decided to name you as a deputy Party chief of Inner Mongolia.
She attained the rank of deputy to the Supreme Soviet, membership of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Central Committee, Vice President of the International Woman ’ s Democratic Federation and President of the Soviet-Algerian Friendship Society.
The most senior permanent judge of the Central Criminal Court has the title of Recorder of London, and his deputy has the title of Common Serjeant of London.
He later went on to become a deputy to the National People's Congress of Communist China, a member of the Central Policy Unit and, on 1 July 2007, the Secretary for Home Affairs in the Hong Kong Government.
On March 27, 2007, Dempsey was promoted from commander of Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq, to be reappointed as a lieutenant general and assigned as deputy commander of U. S. Central Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.
Erdem Basci, deputy bank governor of Turkish Central Bank argued that gradual rate cuts were the best way to prevent excessive capital inflows fuelling asset bubbles and currency appreciation.
As deputy attorney general, Rogers was involved in the Little Rock Integration Crisis in the fall of 1957 of Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Ali Mohammed Salem, deputy governor of Central Bank of Libya stated the exchange rate of Libyan dinar would be pegged to special drawing rights for one to three years, according to an interview to Reuters on 27 December 2011.
Robert Trumbull Crowley ( July 13, 1924-October 8, 2000 ) was an officer in the Central Intelligence Agency since 1947, achieving the rank of assistant deputy director for operations, second in command of the CIA's Directorate of Operations, which was in charge of covert operations.
During this period, Khan was also the Honorary General Secretary of the Muslim League, the deputy leader of their party, Convenor of the Action Committee of the Muslim League, Chairman of the Central Parliamentary Board and the managing director of the newspaper Dawn.
In 1985 he was appointed director of Combat-Related Employment for Women and in 1991 he was appointed deputy commander of the Canadian Army ’ s Land Force Central Area.
Because Salahuddin was also a deputy chairman of the Central Board of Nahdlatul Ulama, many NU members criticized him for not adhering to the organization's khittah, which affirmed the NU's status as a non-political organization.