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A group of 33 students from Years 9 and 10 and seven staff who visited China in the spring, reunited to share their memories and watch the premiere of a film depicting the tour's highlights.
The group of 33 colleagues from the National Museum of Ireland picked up their cheque at Lotto HQ yesterday.
DAVID Francis will lead a group of 33 people in a 33-mile walk through South Wales to help people in Zambia.
CAPTION(S): WORLD TOUR Michael Howie, left, with part of the group of 33 fact-finding farmers from New Zealand at Morwick Farm
The American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security has published "Trying Terrorists in Article III Courts," a new white paper produced by a group of 33 legal experts, scholars and practitioners in the field of national security on the development of policies for the detention and subsequent trial of detainees involved in counterterrorism operations.
The Group of 33 (G33) developing states' secretariat was working to convene a meeting of officials to draw up a compromise, Pangestu said on the sidelines of an Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting in Singapore.
A group of 33 state attorneys has been considering whether to take action against MySpace if it did not start to verify members ages or increase the age limit to join the site from 14 to 16.
The group of 33 people from Market Drayton, Shropshire, scooped a whopping pounds 212,000 each.