Designing A World-Class Quality Management System For FDA Regulated Industries: Quality System Requirements for Cgmp

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AuthorHouse, 2008 - Business & Economics - 132 pages
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This is an autobiographical treatise of an American citizen raised during a period our nation was placed on trial in the battle for the civil right of racial equality.  This writing presents a candidly plain perspective of a desire and struggle for the divine right every human being is entitled to, to come to know the truth about where mankind came from and where it is going.  The journey is one we all make through the space we are allowed to experience this physical realm.  This work, however, presents a  bold and provocative argument  to support the fact that the reality of our existence as created and  pro-created spirit beings is eternal.

 

This writing chronicles the joy and sorrow from the heights and depths involved with human relationships.  The author discloses his intimate and personal experience(s) with the Elohim (God) of creation before and after his spiritual rebirth/pentecost.  The writer details of such experiences that would summon the response of a US president and later result with the writer being one of the first to quantify and articulate specific technological audit incentive oversights which catalyst the greed of  financial gain as exposed in America's executive corporate culture, i.e. Enron, World Com and others before conception of the Sarbannes Oxley Act.          

  

The ultimate focus and culmination of this work is to praise and extol Yahweh-Elohim, our Heavenly Father, as he has visited his creatures and children one last time in the body of Henry Clifford Kinley.  This work proclaims his eternal reward of a spiritual peace, joy and happiness that embodies the power to suffer opposition.  The world as a whole, is ignorant of this Divine Philosophy.

 

Kenneth Lamar Williams

Copyright 2007

 

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Contents

CHAPTER
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CHAPTER
19
CHAPTER
53
CHAPTER EIGHT
71
CHAPTER
87
CHAPTER ELEVEN
103
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