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prevent "idea conceivers [from] bidding token amounts on their own
The director is helping to drive Dirty Protest forward having been approached by its conceivers, emerging writer Tim Price and arts journalist Claire Hill, and she believes the concept is a necessary one.
Ironically this works in ways to deskill teachers, as they are not the conceivers of plans over their work, that is, they do not determine curricular goals or establish content.
It would be interesting to reflect one day on the extent to which the conceivers of the Barcelona process took inspiration from another, brilliantly successful European venture, the Helsinki Accords.
Just over a year ago, following an invitation by its conceivers to come and see how it worked, I wrote a column about Betfair, the gist of which was that I couldn't see how it could fail and that if I were a bookmaker I'd be very afraid because it would surely put me out of business.
The book delves into the philosophy of the conceivers of the project, the nature of users, the potential of the network of which Malmo is a key part, the changing information environment and the quest for `high technological efficiency and humanist values' (p49).
Ultimately, people cause every accident - either as conceivers, designers, builders, testers, operators or managers.
We are the descendants of the original conceivers of our common identity.