small groupmay be filed as "small" abbreviated accounts only if the group falls under the small group limits
study groupThis consultation has been effected through the Board's own study group on family matters, whose work the Board reports to this general assembly.
group of peopleYoung Londonderry men are committing suicide at a higher rate than almost any other group of people in the United Kingdom.
group wereBy the end of 1987 the group were growing tired of the quarrelsome situation.
each groupNow, this activity though, I, I'm going to ask you report it back so that each group reports to me
large groupThe most important overt reason was this ‘discovery’ of a large group of people who were being effectively denied legal representation.
group iThe group is too wishy-washy an entity.
group bOkay now at this stage you don't normally have to ask for volunteers for the first group because it usually sort of role then off they go.
research groupDr. Singh is currently leading a seven-strong applied chemistry research group at the polytechnic and is a referee for the chemistry committee of the Science and Engineering Research Council.
management groupIt's for this reason that the setting up of a risk management group is considered the essential feature in the first step to control: identifying the risks relevant to a specific organisation.
pressure groupDavid Pollock, director of anti-smoking pressure group ASH, said he was delighted with Roy's protest.