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Kaban himself has been accused of being a soft touch on illegal logging after he wrote a letter of recommendation to a Sumatra court two years ago that helped a wealthy timber baron get off charges of illegally logging billions of dollars worth of trees.
There are several prerequisites for consideration in the program, including improv training or experience, as well as an essay and some letter of recommendation.
The three people I asked to write a letter for me were able to download the letter of recommendation form from the MTNA website, and within four weeks had mailed the requested recommendations back to me in sealed envelopes with their signatures.
Though the texts stretch from Barbaro's famous discussion of the translation of classical Greek texts addressed to Lorenzo de' Monaco in 1415 to a letter of recommendation for ecclesiastical appointment from 1451, the bulk of the letters fall into two groups.
Sacks suggests asking for a copy of a favorable letter of recommendation before leaving the company.
One letter of recommendation from a faculty member should be sent directly by the professor to RFF.
At the prompting of Minerva Cuevas, the Chantal Crousel gallery agreed to provide a personalized letter of recommendation to anyone who asked for it (relief for the art world's unemployed?
This is important in case your former boss "FORGETS" she gave you a glowing letter of recommendation.