Similarly, the feeling of being missed, to know that one's presence or absence matters
, was a part of the dimension of attention in the earlier work but was separated from this dimension in his later conceptualizations of mattering.
Decades of research shows that dark matter
exists: Its gravity affects the spin of galaxies and bends light from distant cosmic objects.
Most astronomers assume that dark matter
consists of "cold" (i.
What will matter
is not how many people you knew, but how many will feel a lasting loss when you're gone.
But why would dark matter
separate from ordinary matter
Local air officials also are concerned that the EPA proposal would exempt mining and agriculture from regulations for coarse particulate matter
, or PM10, which includes particles smaller than 10 microns in diameter that are formed from dirt, tire dust and gases.
If you accept the assumptions that CEO communication with employees and employees' trust in the CEO don't matter
, then your mission probably is "impossible.
McDermott raised the question of whether same-sex blessings are a matter
of doctrine during a debate at the diocese of Niagara's synod last November.
Because classroom guidance reaches all students in schools, counselors can use the findings of the current study to introduce, educate, and facilitate student discussions, self-awareness, and to teach skills students may need to feel as if they matter
to others and themselves, have healthy ethnic identities, and lead lives of wellness.
What Why Schools Matter
fails to say is that countries themselves are often an arbitrary choice as a unit of analysis.
Appearance is inevitably a highly personal matter
, although many patients agreed on the desirability of high and airy spaces.
is a mix of coarse and fine particles in the air produced by natural processes as well as human activities.
What the hospital wants doesn't matter
, but the fact that you might be in hot water if they don't fill them out does.
Shifting the burden of proof to the IRS for new matters
may have little practical significance if a new matter
embodies a purely legal issue.
sections] 1818(u)(2), the Notice advised the Respondents that any hearing held in this matter
would be public, unless the Board determines that an open hearing would be contrary to the public interest.