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irene oldfather s1m 3834 scottishinputto the general agreement on
jamieson s1m 3834 1 scottishinputto the general agreement on
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based on the fai sinputoutput modelling looking at potential
fraser of allander institute 2002inputoutput multiplier study of the
a seafish fisheries departments fundedinputoutput multiplier study of the
there was considerable repetition ofinputand correction of data which
a huge slippage in datainputand pushed the bulk of
burden data production data feedinputdata and so on are
a situation in which schoolsinputdata and they are e
operative in the morning mightinputdata for a higher still
and might in the afternooninputdata for craft and design
senior staff in schools wouldinputdata in various formats and
diverted from other tasks toinputdata to computer systems it
had left schools data beinginputinaccurately and most important corrections
a different issue but theinputof data as john kelly
wrong in my school withinputof data as the year
resulted from data not beinginputonce they had left schools
all levels would have toinputthe data again either for
pushed the bulk of datainputto the end of the
my westminster colleagues to haveinputinto the bill westminster is
a mechanism for westminster toinputinto the convention discussions 17
however there was considerable inspectorateinputin that area margaret jamieson
allowing full scrutiny by andinputfrom the parliamentary committees i
committees have been able toinputinto the budget and discuss
its committees should make aninputwhere that is appropriate however
teachers and teachers organisations toinputinto that work we should
various organisations about scotland sinputinto the 2003 nap in
convention s proceedings and whichinputinto the debate such organisations
the eu to value theinputof social economy organisations to
political will to support culturalinputfrom ethnic minorities into scottish
there would be a scottishinputinto a prosecution that was
the scottish executive has aninputinto all the delegations that
the image of scotland andinputinto bta s marketing paragraph
the committee has made significantinputinto every matter that has
s crofting committee and itsinputinto our review of the
hildebrand were to offer someinputinto simon watkins s paper
ehm do you have anyinputinto that or is is
or form of scotland sinputinto the 2003 uk nap
whether it has had anyinputinto the department of trade
did you have actually muchinputinto the irish version [inaudible]
lack of political and policyinputinto the process there is
executive should be entitled toinputinto the report so that
the equal opportunities committee sinputinto today s debate i
but it cannot without furtherinputtranslate them into sounds even
opportunity for parliament to haveinputand to amend complicated regulations
his opportunity to have constituencyinputfergus ewing i again say
will miss the opportunity toinputour views to the scottish
form has had a fairinputfrom teachers if we had
cannot give the distinctive scottishinputon criminal matters because an
quadrant where once again yourinputis important on what style
lives and recognises the importantinputof fathers to a stable
paper members will bring theirinputtoo i suggest that we
approach that rapporteur with ourinputbefore he has has even
the scottish executive has aninputin the process the scottish
ask the scottish executive whatinputit has had in the
there must be an imaginativeinputthat a poem has not
more salubrious than the rawinputthat the sewage has been
government we should consider whatinputthe executive has the issues
been made and crystallising ourinputthe report would primarily be
convener we must keep ourinputto manageable proportions and it
we want the sector toinputfully to policy development and
executive 24 34 a usefulinputto the development of such
that was about as muchinputas i had was to
been consulted about that whatinputhave you had to the
to fund the exercise whatinputit had to the final
highlands and islands con whatinputdid the scottish executive have
to change the bill throughinputfrom ministers and the scottish
quite keen to make aninputthe convener is there anything
spare 1 2 hour yourinputwill make all the difference
end of that we caninputthe committee s view to
who could have a furtherinputthrough the committee system the
stuff f963: mm m762: theinputdoesn t have to be
legitimate grievance could have someinputfergus ewing inverness east nairn
we have asked for theinputof a justice committee we
of requests by not havinginputwe have surrendered that moral
the group will have aninputwhen we come to rewriting
section and a short grammarinputwhere the teacher puts on
it needs their skills theirinputand insight and their invaluable
well i didn t wantinputto be honest with you
its strong level of volunteeringinputservices are provided by paid
texts and then provide aninputabout them an example of
aimed for a standard ukinputdo we expect to get
great deal of investigation andinputwhich will take time i
a wee bit o aninputm608: yeah m1163: my problem
that rural areas require additionalinputas a consequence of that
maximum pleasure for the minimuminputno walkies no poop a

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