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The healthy competition among local companies engendered by the awards will be to the benefit of consumers and, eventually, the local economy," he said.
It is envisaged that the harmonised and engendered training manual would replace gender-blindness with gender awareness and gender responsiveness for transformation of gender relations in school management within the vision of the Somaliland/Puntland/Galmudug gender mainstreaming strategy for gender equality in education.
Quammen describes with great clarity some of the controversy engendered by Darwin's book.
Focusing primarily on black-white relationships--because, Lubin argues, the bulk of the sources relate to black-white relationships and because relationships between blacks and whites engendered far more controversy than other kinds of interracial pairings--Lubin asserts that World War II created new conditions which gave rise to a form of politics centered on black intimacy with whites.
Though the fleet was overwhelmed, the delay it engendered proved vital in enabling the first American triumph in the subsequent Battle of Saratoga, which in turn convinced France to ally with America and shifted the tide of war.
The all-male environment engendered a brute thuggishness that was a cheap way to command the attention of young boys.
It contains a heartfelt record of a collision of cultural values and the failure engendered even between dominant culture members by a loss of respect and esteem for one another.
Tolle suggested the continuing difficulty in getting accurate information about the extent of the losses caused by Katrina has engendered a certain wariness at Baden-Baden.
That underscores the trust that he has engendered with people of all political stripes.
In some cases, the exposure is done as a sideline in half-hearted ways that provoke the students to be up in arms against engendered theology as not necessary for Africa.
Considering the controversy that Thomas Gold engendered when he first postulated abiogenie origins of earthly hydrocarbons, it's odd you didn't mention his name, in "Deep Squeeze: Experiments point to methane in Earth's mantle" (SN: 9/25/04, p.
In five major chapters Harink covers developments in the study of Paul, mostly engendered by the "New Perspective" movement.
The broad latitude afforded the regulators has engendered a condition wherein the Chief Examiners assigned to specific institutions may differ markedly from one another with respect to intent or application of the guidelines.
Congressional testimony reveals that the legislation has engendered so many lawsuits that the Fish and Wildlife Service spends more time and money on litigation than on "saving" species.