Having a major movie backing up the program can only bolster its relationship with MLB.
And if successful, the program would be extended to refugees in Guatemala and El Salvador.
But some, the ones with real stick-to-it-iveness, join a gym and start a program like CrossFit.
The program billing also suggests that it has investigated more than one senior police officer.
The Afghan Defense and Interior Ministries are not fulfilling their commitments to oversee the program.
The program concludes with vigorous measures for national defense.
Therefore our only weapons must be our own intelligence—at least that will be the program for Eyer and me.
As this program was somewhat vaguely worded, coalition in the strict and true sense of the word was not secured.
The program I have outlined is simpler in theory than in practice.
The committee again stressed the need to fix responsibility for the program on local commanders.
1630s, "public notice," from Late Latin programma "proclamation, edict," from Greek programma "a written public notice," from stem of prographein "to write publicly," from pro- "forth" (see pro-) + graphein "to write" (see -graphy).
General sense of "a definite plan or scheme" is recorded from 1837. Meaning "list of pieces at a concert, playbill" first recorded 1805 and retains the original sense. That of "objects or events suggested by music" is from 1854. Sense of "broadcasting presentation" is from 1923. Computer sense (noun and verb) is from 1945. Spelling programme, established in Britain, is from French in modern use and began to be used early 19c., originally especially in the "playbill" sense. Program music attested from 1877.
1889, "write program notes;" 1896, "arrange according to program," from program (n.). Of computers from 1945. From 1963 in the figurative sense of "to train to behave in a predetermined way." Related: Programmed; programming.
To train; predispose by rigorous teaching, condition: He's programmed to be polite to old ladies and all (1966+ fr computers)