Part Time Basis

Some articles on times, time, part, basis, part time basis:

World War I Reparations - Impact On The German Economy
... Mantoux contends that German rearmament spending was seven times as much as that figure in each year between 1933 and 1939 The American historian Sally Marks commented the figure ... The Dawes Plan was a momentous moment in European history as it marked the first time that Germany had succeeded in defying Versailles, and revised an aspect of the treaty in its favour ... At the same time, Brüning started to demand gleichberechtigung (equality of status), that is doing away with Part V of Versailles, which had disarmed Germany ...
XM Satellite Radio - Company - Company Timeline
... Volkswagen, and SAAB to offer in-dash XM receivers on an OEM basis ... As part of the deal, XM creates a 24/7 MLB channel called "Home Plate" ... In five weeks time, they added 230,000 subscribers – almost 50% of the subscribers added during the previous quarter ...
Malaysia Baptist Theological Seminary - Programs - Certificates and Diplomas
... This certificate program requires the completion of 10 credits and is offered on a part time basis ... certificate program requires the completion of 10 credits and is offered on a part time basis ... This diploma program requires the completion of 24 credits and is offered on a part time basis ...

Famous quotes containing the words basis, part and/or time:

    Compassion has no place in the natural order of the world which operates on the basis of necessity. Compassion opposes this order and is therefore best thought of as being in some way supernatural.
    John Berger (b. 1926)

    To be in a world which is a hell, to be of that world and neither to believe in or guess at anything but that world is not merely hell but the only possible damnation: the act of a man damning himself. It may be—I hope it is—redemption to guess and perhaps perceive that the universe, the hell which we see for all its beauty, vastness, majesty, is only part of a whole which is quite unimaginable.
    William Golding (b. 1911)

    The last time I saw Paris
    Her heart was warm and gay,
    I heard the laughter of her heart in every street café.
    Oscar Hammerstein II (1895–1960)