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Defective: The guest lecturer encouraged the developing African nations to emphasize *on mechanized agriculture as a means of guaranteeing food security.
The program emphasizes read, respond, and check sequentially and continually.
I choose to emphasize many data gathering strategies and techniques slightly more than analysis, because data gathering better engages students with the logic and practice of qualitative inquiry, especially when they are given opportunities for actually collecting data.
We are now open, Weigel writes and emphasizes, for "adventures in dynamic orthodoxy.
In critiquing the DSM's classification system regarding mental disorders of adolescents, Grisso emphasizes the value of the conceptual approach of developmental psychopathologists.
A second advantage is that the book emphasizes the essential skill of addressing each individual contextually.
The DASH diet emphasizes fruits, vegetables, and lowfat dairy products and includes whole grains, poultry, fish, and nuts.
Rather than emphasizing the "labor" aspect of Chinese exclusion, she emphasizes the "western" part of the equation, arguing that the late 19th-century U.
The interagency policy emphasizes three core principles: a bank should not (1) inappropriately place its resources and reputation at risk for the benefit of an affiliated investment fund's investors and creditors; (2) violate the limits and requirements contained in the Federal Reserve Act's sections 23A and 23B, Regulation W, other applicable legal requirements, or in any special supervisory condition imposed by the agencies; or (3) create an expectation that the bank will support the advised fund (or funds).
Dow AgroSciences Canada worked with AdFarm to put together a marketing strategy that emphasizes the unique marketing opportunity that the character-trait oil offers--instead of immediately highlighting yield benefits and agronomic traits.
Although all three programs engage in cross-border projects and conduct basic research on contaminants of concern, the UA SBRP program emphasizes undergraduate, graduate, and community education as well.
In a departure from earlier practice, and in contrast to the continent (where the most famous theoretical treatises were largely written by men trained in more purely scholarly fields such as philosophy, natural science, and mathematics), she emphasizes that the majority of seventeenth-century English guides to music theory were written by professional musicians who were actively involved in teaching.
18) Raising eyebrows (eyebrow flash) or widening eyes also emphasizes a point.
The new CPA examination emphasizes this same focus on the high value of (1) research and planning and (2) integration of tax into business decisionmaking.
The contributions in this volume are bound together by a methodological premise that emphasizes convergence between the ideas reflected in Paul's letters and their social and religious context rather than distinctiveness.