to make painful compromises, the health care team must also be willing to make uncomfortable concessions.
is adept in administering all aspects of project management, as well as providing authentic leadership to create effective teams.
There was no lack of material to winnow
down to thirty-six numbers.
Hand Ralph Reed and Pat Robertson the pilot torches and you might winnow
the GOP candidate field to about three.
How are you ever going to be able to gain the local knowledge to winnow
those sites and come up with the five or fewer which are actually worth traveling to look at?
Atwood wants to eliminate 1,100 employees and winnow
the number of recipient countries down to fifty.
It was difficult to winnow
the field from the 118 great teams to only 40; the competition was tough.
Still, he thinks "earthlings would be lucky" to winnow
the golden signal from the chaff anytime soon.
By grouping near-duplicate documents, our software can help major government agencies winnow
large data sets, while also enabling a significantly more coherent and prioritized review process.
Three former Marine Corps drill instructors will put them through the paces and winnow
out the weaklings.
Moreover, they say, it's possible to winnow
the milled grain down to a relatively coarse fraction containing as much as 23 percent beta-glucan.
Our winnowing platform, expected to be available second quarter 2005, will allow Summation and CaseVault users to cost-effectively winnow
massive eDiscovery and unstructured data collections by using smart search techniques such as "more like this document" and "more like selected text.
A panel of judges - entertainers Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson and record executive Simon Cowell - winnow
them down to 120, then to 30.