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The measure, Proposition One, is among the first litmus tests for the high court's June ruling in a Southern state, and if successful could trigger similar redistricting efforts elsewhere.
We started to dissect our value proposition one component at a time, and we're still doing it" Cameron says.
Sweeting became actively involved in human rights causes and worked to help defeat Proposition One, an anti-gay ballot initiative.
1) "In economy as in state relations, there is no free lunch and the first proposition one has to always bear in mind is that Africa's development will be a product of its own efforts and initiative";
Articulate and politically informed, both mentioned Proposition One, a proposed constitutional amendment that would require nuclear disarmament and the economic conversion of weapons industries.
Christian Evans, a solicitor from Formby ``Simply the fact that smoking has been linked to many of the largest causes of death in this country, such as cancer and heart disease, makes the proposition one worth considering.
The agenda includes proposing a seven-point initiative for future legislation known as Proposition One.
UNITED has been the recipient of numerous recognitions in China and abroad, and by adding their capabilities, we are taking our value proposition one step further.