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... 2011, Eurozone leaders consequently agreed to offer a second €130 billion bailout loan for Greece, conditional not only on the implementation of another austerity package (combined with the continued demands for privatisation and structural reforms outlined in the first programme), but also that most private creditors holding Greek government bonds should sign a deal accepting extended maturities, lower interest rates, and a 53.5% face value loss.
... international radiological protection community.
According to the Japanese Government, 180,592 people in the general population were screened in March 2011 for radiation exposure and no case was found which affects health. Thirty workers conducting operations at the plant had exposure levels greater than 100 mSv.
It is believed that the health effects of the radiation release are primarily psychological rather than physical effects. Even in ...
... recognizes legally performed same-sex marriages, regardless of the current state of residence.[discuss]
2 Only select jurisdictions within Kansas issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples; same-sex marriage is not recognized by the state government.[discuss]
3 Same-sex marriages are performed in three jurisdictions in Missouri. All legal same-sex marriages are recognized by the state government. The state's same-sex marriage ban ...
... 22] "It was," Cross emphasizes, the ACS "which master-minded the extraordinary venture in Paris which resulted in the founding" of the ECG.(p172)
Robert Nevin, the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America (PECUSA) rector in Rome, "seems to have been present at every juncture in the planning" and "appears to have been, with [Frederick] Meyrick, the principal strategist in winning Anglican Episcopal backing."(p123, 175)