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Theresa Kane, administrator general of the Sisters of Mercy in the United States, asked the pope to include women in all church ministries.
Philippe Suinen, Administrator General, Wallonia- Brussels Federation and CEO, Wallonia Foreign Trade and Investment Agency delivered a speech where he expressed the desire of the Belgian side to build and strengthen partnerships with the Omani counterparts regarding health, infrastructure, logistic, industrial, technological equipment, ICT, materials, renewable energy and other fields as well.
He DCO also directed the administrator general of the GBS to ensure the installation of obvious route boards at general bus stands which could also be seen during night hours clearly by the passengers.
A selection of tapestries of such scope and quality is unprecedented," said Bernard Schotter, the administrator general of the Mobilier National, the French government's treasure house of furniture and furnishings.
In a verdict passed last month, the FSC reversed the 1977 orders of then martial law administrator General Ziaul Haq to take over the control of the Peoples Foundation Trust.
The Administrator General of the State of Israel and his attorney, as well as the guardian ad litem for an infant beneficiary under the will executed April 10, 2006, opposed the motion for the admission to probate of the decedent's will dated November 9, 1998, and moved for summary judgment dismissing objections to the will executed April 10, 2006, and admitting that will to probate.
In a meeting with the then foreign affairs minister of South Africa, that country's administrator general and the UN representative, they decided to attack [our] fighters who had simply wanted to report to UN bases and hand in their weapons.
Failure to kowtow, said bureaucratic Washington, could lead to seizure of Ford plants by NRA Administrator General Hugh Johnson--despite the fact that Ford was paying workers more than the government code required.