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The new objective reads as follows: "To create opportunities for the FEI membership to share best international business practices, to engage in an international business network, to follow a common code of ethics and to play an advocacy role in front of international regulatory bodies.
Clare Asquith, a Shakespeare scholar, traces the common code used covertly by writers of his times and reveals the master of the code himself--Shakespeare.
accept a common code of behavior that their electorates sustain.
An extensive open recorder software library complements this very capable hardware engine utilizing a common code base across all hardware platforms and operating systems.
a common code of conduct for hotline vendors and departments to follow; 2.
The Grohe Notes are represented by a Global Note with the ISIN of XS0142151405 and a Common Code of 014215140, a Regulation S Global Note with the ISIN of XS0119612827 and a Common Code of 011961282 and a Rule 144A Global Note with the ISIN of XS0119613478 and a Common Code of 011961347.
The Times points out that the WHO "envisions writing common codes of ethics and training for folk healers," standards that would likely apply to other alternative treatment providers.
The product is based on Pillar's unique new Open Framework technology, which enables the company to extend FYPlan to additional platforms in the future while maintaining common code and to develop other platform-independent applications.