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There were no computers and all the accounts were completed using paper systems and each day my boss John Glover would be summoned to the managing director's office to go through the daily sales and finances.
The paper has learned that the negotiating teams of Nikola Gruevski and AM Ahmeti are resolved to delay the taking of final decisions until the very end hoping to extract the best possible outcome and considering that BDI insists on taking hold of the director's office at the Customs after VMRO-DPMNE made it clear they would by no means renounce the Security and Counterintelligence Office.
In Belgrade, they wanted to perform in the ballet director's office, where the most important artistic decisions are made.
Schaefer comes to the program director's office from his last assignment at the Air War College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.
Five percent of the monies collected from the fund would go to renovation of research buildings, to the National Library of Medicine and to the NIH director's office.
NASA's Flight Director's Office uses the software for its Flight Rules Change Request (FRCR) Process to electronically submit and review changes to the flight rules used during missions.
The TAPPI Bylaws specify that other nominations may be submitted to the executive director's office before November 1, 2002, provided that each nomination is signed by at least 1% of the voting members and provided further that each nominee signifies in writing his or her willingness to accept the nomination.
Here the elevated library (encased in red-coated zinc), the ovoid auditorium (with a pleated skin of ribbed zinc), the director's offices and displaced volume of the caretaker's house are clustered around the main entrance and atrium.