A Man and a Lion were discussing
the relative strength of men and lions in general.
There are matters in which you are concerned," Hamel admitted, "which I do not understand, but I see no purpose in discussing
The statement noted that he discussed the mistakes of some militias, and the need for treatment and scrutiny so as terrorism can not benefit from illegal and irresponsible acts by these militias, in addition to discussing
the situation in the province of Nineveh, and the need to build local police.
The credit market panel featured Davis Morris, Bridget Gandy, Renato Maino, Fiorenzo Bellelli and Luca Lombardo, discussing
equity trends that are showing public companies beginning to go private.
Neither team is discussing
much in the way of specifics on their second phase proposals at this point.
It is perhaps most suitable for adults and could be an excellent resource for discussing
diagnosis and treatment with a health care professional.
the complex process for enacting VAT legislation, Mr.
Continues with the paper machine process by discussing
the pressing and drying operations.
CPAs from industry and public practice can enhance course content by attending students' presentations on industries they are familiar with and discussing
the risks and the controls that can minimize them.
Edwidge Danticat, author of Breathe, Eyes, Memory, will be signing and discussing
her new novel, The Dew Breaker, on March 29 at 7:30 P.
The very issue of discussing
controversial issues in the classroom is as controversial as some of the topics can be, say education experts.
No characteristic or behavior of sexually active adolescent males had an independent association with the odds of discussing
pregnancy or STD prevention with a provider.
The time devoted to creating a context for our study of Moll Flanders enhances our discussion of Defoe's text in two important ways: one, the day spent discussing
eighteenth-century penal reform and the minimal reading assignment for that day give students time to read well into the novel before discussing
Joint interagency interpretive guidance was issued on September 5, 2002, discussing
the appropriate applications of the November 29, 2001, joint final ruling on the capital treatment of recourse obligations, direct-credit substitutes, and residual interests in asset securitizations.
Other guest speakers have included engineers, mechanical contractors, fuel oil providers, and maintenance experts discussing
such important topics as New York City code compliance, physical plant upkeep, energy conservation and building maintenance.