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a profound transformation

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The strategy of Sea Change is to apply domestic political pressure using its deep pockets - with most of the funding coming from Russia," Smith and Weber's letter says.
She describes a sea change that has occurred within the military: The AFP and all its components now have transformation roadmaps that clearly define what they want to be and how they would get there.
Sink or Swim: Designing for a Sea Change will run from December 13, 2014 to May 3, 2015 at the Annenberg Space for Photography.
A cultural sea change is under way across the globe, says interfaith activist Jim Kenney in Thriving in the Crosscurrent.
To find out more about how you can take part in the Sea Change NE project go to http://www.
Bred to be a champion Sea Change is making his handicap debut from a mark of 72 having been down the field in all his three qualifying runs.
Coun Enid Hetherington, chairman of the forum, said: "There are a lot of exciting developments planned across the Riverside area and I'm particularly looking forward to hearing how the Sea Change project is doing.
We are thrilled to invest in Putney Pasta, as the company celebrates its 25th anniversary and nationally launches the all-natural shrimp and chicken skillet meals line," said Jason Winship, managing principal of Sea Change.
The theme of Sea Change, Jorie Graham's eleventh book of poems, is large--the fate of the earth--and these new poems address the unthinkable: the end of the world.
For his latest CD, Sea Change, Ken is also orchestrator, back-up vocalist (and choir), and percussionist.
There has been a total sea change in your behaviour.
It would be a sea change of thinking in the education culture.
He took the attendees back to the neighborhood where he grew up in the South Bronx to paint a picture of the sea change that has taken place in neighborhoods all around the country--a sea change that produces a bleak outlook for young people unless educators address it directly by altering their educational systems and strategies.
lt;/pre> <p>"Today an open compound, sea change is a powerful phrase, invested as it is with all the immense imagery of the oceans and their elemental forces" (CW, March 1990).