With Belmont Home we were driven by both the desire to contribute meaningfully
to a community that is very important to us and to take advantage of a worthwhile business opportunity.
Not only did I predict that in their own unique and individual ways they would meaningfully
enrich, enhance and augment our appreciation of the construct of empowerment, I also anticipated that collectively they would ignite further, extensional thoughts and considerations.
NPRA is hopeful that the Senate will proceed with much more caution and concern, and be more willing to meaningfully
address the nation's oil and gas supply/demand imbalance and overall energy security.
We were able to realize a significant gain upon the conclusion of our re-tenanting program, while maintaining our ability to meaningfully
participate in the future upside potential of the property.
Moore, who died of AIDS in 2002 at age forty-eight, employed an elementary school affability toward ends both macabre and slapstick, expressive of the vast humor required to grapple meaningfully
with such tropes of our contemporary apocalypse as wanton materialism, the degradation of the biosphere, disease, and the Faustian bargains struck in the biological sciences.
Tarzan/John sniffs her, meaningfully
taking in her scent; she responds, ``No, this is crazy, you don't - I can't - ''
traveled to New York from around the world, responding to the invitation of the President of the General Assembly, but found themselves unable to participate meaningfully
or share their expertise with delegates, contrary to the General Assembly's own resolution which called for involvement of civil society in the development of a Declaration of Commitment to be signed by all 189 UN member states in June.
For example, although TEI agrees that there should be additional incentives for promoters, advisers, and taxpayers to meaningfully
disclose select transactions, the Institute is very much concerned about the Treasury's new proposal to make senior corporate officers personally liable for misstatements on the disclosure form.
First, although change was needed, the complete dismantling of the primary-dealer system--including the responsibility of dealers to make markets for Federal Reserve open market operations and to participate meaningfully
in Treasury auctions--would not have been a prudent step.
Worth is the only magazine to meaningfully
address issues of wealth management, preservation, and transference among individuals and families who possess substantial wealth.
According to the court, the stun belt was not visible to the jury and did not impair the defendant's ability to meaningfully
participate in his trial.
Andy (Richter) and his friends all vie to find the most exotic ethnic applicant for an open position at their soulless megaconglomerate - ``My candidate's a woman from Saudi Arabia; she watched as her mother was stoned to death for driving a car - a bumper car,'' Andy's infatuation Wendy (Irene Molloy) boasts meaningfully
First, although change was needed, the complete dismantling of the primary dealer system-including the responsibility of dealers to make markets for Federal Reserve open market operations and to participate meaningfully
in Treasury auctions-would not have been a prudent step.
utility and merchant generators is likely to accelerate meaningfully
, driven by infrastructure, environmental compliance and new generation investment.
The district court denied summary judgment for the defendants, finding that the inmate had a substantive due process right not to be held in prison longer than the term of his sentence and a procedural due process right to have his administrative complaints meaningfully
heard by prison officials.