How might understanding how different dog breeds relate through their DNA help scientists find ways
to improve canine health?
Strategic planning is needed to better understand why this is so and to find ways
to address it.
Should the call to halt and find ways
of continuing in our present communion not be heeded, then we shall have to begin to learn to walk apart.
Furthermore, a camp leader must find ways
to motivate, entertain, and discipline twenty-four hours a day with a group of children who are present to push the boundaries and have fun, fun, fun.
We're also trying to find ways
to educate members of Congress through our national associations (i.
We challenge all churches, parishes, congregations, and people of good will to find ways
and means to expose and eradicate anti-Semitism within and from Canadian society.
But he had to find ways
to do this so that unpredictable eruptions of homophobia might not harm these causes.
SINCE asylum became a key issue, huge pressure has been put on Home Secretary David Blunkett to find ways
to curb it.
The Arts Caucus is a group of more than 170 members of Congress who find ways
for the federal government to promote the arts and help artists throughout the country.
But if you find ways
to demonstrate how the reader can use the information, you will be more successful.
Much of the career intervention with Sue would focus on helping her to find ways
to maintain her integrity while also managing the current realities of the divorce mediation field.
The Ministry of Community Children's and Family Services has appointed Lucille Laroche to find ways
for agencies to operate more efficiently and effectively.
He also noted that they have been meeting with prominent engineers, architects and other industry leaders to help find ways
to make the process more attractive to the best and the brightest of the building community.
Renewal areas are 10-year commitments to find ways
to improve local communities.
In many ways, Cooper and her group exemplify what author Joseph Badaracco identifies as quiet leaders: People who find ways
to do what is right "for their organizations, for the people around them, and for themselves--inconspicuously and without casualties.