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The Colorado Wing Commander Col. Charles F. Howard, suggested, and was approved, that the Distinguished, Exceptional and meritorious Service Awards will no longer be awarded for acts of heroism.

DISA has been awarded five joint meritorious Unit Awards and continues to offer DoD
1998, Texas had entirely merit-based admission to its state universities, and minority enrollment was low; adopting the "top 10 percent" rule returned minority enrollment to pre-1996 levels.

Only an alternative that is ideal for all the control criteria under a merit receives the value one after synthesis for that merit.

Wolfgang was awarded the honorary title of Konzertmeister (court musician), with a hint that on his return this post would merit a salary.

Both approaches had their merit, so it's difficult to say what finally swayed the judge's opinion.

Certain merit CCAs, such as the Infocomm Club and raffles Debaters, however, may substitute for a core CCA instead.

In 1975, the city of San Francisco designated eucalyptus trees -- that Pleasant had planted in the 19th century at the southwest corner of Octavia and Bush streets in San Francisco -- as a Structure of merit, similar to an official landmark.

However, all their complaints were dismissed as without merit by both the Supreme Court of Ukraine and the Central Election Commission.

In some cases it becomes impossible to get their due right on merit due to undue influence/ hold of politician and their worker who are most of the time exploiters.

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