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The professional organizations such as American Institute of Interior Designers, National Society of Interior Designers, Home Fashions League and various trade associations, can and do aid greatly in this work.
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As more and more Jewish musicians lost their jobs with professional organizations Steinberg united them into the Frankfurt Kulturbund Orchestra, which also gave guest performances in other German cities.
Not only should every educator above the rank of instructor be expected to be a member of one of the professional organizations, but his first qualification for membership as an educator should be so sharply scrutinized that membership would be equivalent to certification to teach the subject.
Realtors live in their communities as specialists in a given area of work, as members of social and professional organizations, as citizens and civic leaders, as church laymen, as university alumni, as newspaper readers, etc..
Hundreds of other organizations exist in the various sub-fields of anthropology, sometimes divided up by nation or region, and many anthropologists work with collaborators in other disciplines, such as geology, physics, zoology, paleontology, anatomy, music theory, art history, sociology and so on, belonging to professional societies in those disciplines as well.
Refer to the international list of professional architecture organizations for groups created to promote career and business development in architecture.
" The rapid growth of conservation professional organizations, publications, journals, newsletters, both internationally and in localities, has spearheaded the development of the conservation profession, both practically and theoretically.
Today, professional conservators join and take part in the activities of numerous conservation associations and professional organizations with the wider conservation field, and within their area of specialization.
Some bar associations are responsible for the regulation of the legal profession in their jurisdiction ; others are professional organizations dedicated to serving their members ; in many cases, they are both
Beyond governmental registration, certain private-sector professional / industrial organizations also offer certifications with varying degrees of prominence.
Proof66's, a website that acts as an aggregator of professional ratings including the Beverage Testing Institute, as well as scores from other professional rating organizations, places Bacardí Reserva Limitada, Bacardí 1873 Solera, and Bacardí 8 in the First Tier of all rated spirits .</ br >
# Community organizations: range from informal family or kinship networks, to more formal incorporated associations, political decision making structures, economic enterprises, or professional associations at a small, national or international scale.
< p > Most certification programs are created, sponsored, or affiliated with professional associations, trade organizations, or IT vendors interested in raising standards.
This is done to help build unity between CERT members and responders, keep the attention of students, and help the professional response organizations be comfortable with the training which CERT members receive.
In North America the principal professional organizations of endocrinologists include The Endocrine Society, the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, the American Diabetes Association, the Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society, and the American Thyroid Association.
Empowered by the president's unpopularity with organized labor, business, and professional organizations alike, Congress unseated Bucaram in February 1997 on grounds of mental incompetence.
There were significant restrictions on the political process and freedom of expression for non-governmental organizations, including professional syndicates and organizations promoting respect for human rights.
In other nations, such as the United States, where professional licensing is not legally required, professional organizations provide certification programs that publicly identify qualified individuals.
The academic disciplines of computer security and information assurance emerged along with numerous professional organizations – all sharing the common goals of ensuring the security and reliability of information systems.
Nearly all mixed martial arts organizations such as UFC, Pancrase, Shooto use a form of full-contact rules, as do professional boxing organizations and K-1.
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More than once I was confronted by professional gamblers, `` bookies '', loan `` sharks '', gangsters, `` thugs '' and `` finger men '' -- people of a class I did not even know existed -- to repay my husband's staggering losses, `` or else '' I shuddered to think that someone so dear to me could even associate with such a sinister milieu.
American policy toward such societies should stress our sympathy for the emerging social and professional classes.
Each of the organization's ninety-nine members would get two professional posts, such as political affairs officer, a department head or an economist, to start.
As such, it is a study which is supposed to involve practitioners as much as professional philosophers.
For example, amateur athletes in sports such as basketball, baseball or football are regarded as having a lower level of ability than professional athletes.
The term Building design professional ( or Design professional ), by contrast, is a much broader term including professionals who practice independently under an alternate profession, such as engineering professionals, or those who assist in the practice architecture under the supervision of a licensed architect, such as architectural technologists and intern architects.
Other awards for excellence in architecture are given by national professional associations such as the American Institute of Architects ( AIA ), the Royal Institute of British Architects ( RIBA ), the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada ( RAIC ) and the Institute of Architects Bangladesh ( IAB ).
A few US professional societies whose professions frequently employ various non-word characters, such as chemistry and computer programming, use the British form in their style guides ( see ACS Style Guide ).
Outside the professional leagues, such as in high school or college baseball, the manager may simply request to the plate umpire to let the batter go to first instead of having the pitcher waste four outside pitches.
" Past winners such as Jackie Robinson, Don Newcombe, and Sam Jethroe had professional experience in the Negro Leagues.
The French noble style was danced both at social events and by professional dancers in theatrical productions such as opera-ballets and court entertainments.
In large public companies, the board tends to exercise more of a supervisory role, and individual responsibility and management tends to be delegated downward to individual professional executives ( such as a finance director or a marketing director ) who deal with particular areas of the company's affairs.
Recently, initiatives such as BIOMEDEA have sprung up to develop BME-related education and professional standards.
Because Chaplin was not a trained musician, he could not read notes and needed the help of professional composers, such as David Raksin, Raymond Rasch and Eric James, when creating his scores.
Also growing more popular are ethnographies of professional communities, such as laboratory researchers, Wall Street investors, law firms, or information technology ( IT ) computer employees.
Chemists may belong to professional societies that specialize in chemist members, such as the Royal Society of Chemistry in the United Kingdom, or the American Chemical Society ( ACS ) in the United States.
Cyberpunk further inspired many professional writers who were not among the " original " cyberpunks to incorporate cyberpunk ideas into their own works, such as George Alec Effinger's When Gravity Fails.
Some professional activities in fields such as ones that are commonly associated with celebrity prestige are careers within the sports, and entertainment sphere.
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But with the exception of professional athletes, few contact sports and physical education activities in our schools have any carryover in the adult life of the average American man or woman.
But responsiveness to these opportunities presumes that all of us judge the good as a human good and not simply as a professional, white, American good.
In 1989, a group of European and American scholars in the field of anthropology established the European Association of Social Anthropologists ( EASA ) which serves as a major professional organization for anthropologists working in Europe.
In 2009, the American Anthropological Association's Commission on the Engagement of Anthropology with the US Security and Intelligence Communities released its final report concluding, in part, that, " When ethnographic investigation is determined by military missions, not subject to external review, where data collection occurs in the context of war, integrated into the goals of counterinsurgency, and in a potentially coercive environment – all characteristic factors of the HTS concept and its application – it can no longer be considered a legitimate professional exercise of anthropology.
Andre Kirk Agassi (; born April 29, 1970 in Las Vegas, Nevada ) is a retired American professional tennis player and former World No. 1, who was one of the game's most dominant players from the early 1990s to the mid 2000s.
Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger (; ; born July 30, 1947 ) is an Austrian and American former professional bodybuilder, actor, businessman, investor, and politician.
The Arizona Cardinals are a professional American football team whose team facilities are headquartered in Glendale, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix.
The Cardinals were founded in 1898, and are the oldest continuously run professional American football club in the United States.
This was the first major professional sports championship for the state of Arizona and the first for a team ( in the four major North American professional sports leagues ) owned or controlled by Colangelo, whose basketball Suns made it to the NBA Finals in 1976 and 1993 but lost both times.
* Calamity Jane Martha Jane Canary ( May 1, 1852 – August 1, 1903 ), better known as Calamity Jane, was an American frontierswoman, and professional scout best known for her claim of being an acquaintance of Wild Bill Hickok.
Roberto Velez, an affluent American businessman, feels that his professional life and values are harming his family.
In the Golden Age of the American comic strip, successful cartoonists received a great deal of attention ; their professional and private lives were reported in the press, and their celebrity was often nearly sufficient to rival their creations.
Statistics have been kept for professional baseball since the creation of the American League and National League, now part of Major League Baseball.
In the United States and Canada, professional Major League Baseball ( MLB ) teams are divided into the National League ( NL ) and American League ( AL ), each with three divisions: East, West, and Central.