The foresight of Theodore Roosevelt, the Club and its establishment of the North American Model
are three reasons why we still have abundant wildlife populations in the U.S.
Glenn (educational leadership, Boston U.) comments in his preface that this book is primarily intended to examine the American model
of schooling by depicting the deeply rooted and traditional thinking about schools that have hampered the efforts of the public and policy makers to help schools operate as they should, be academically effective, and responsive to parents' concerns.
Gruevski often says that he is on the people's side so we will see if the American model
will be accepted or rationally withdrawn in the name of the majority, Sasevski writes.
John Sweeney, 54, originally from Skelmersdale, is said to have murdered Paula Fields, 31, from Halewood in 2000 and 33-year-old American model
Melissa Halstead ten years earlier, a jury at the Old Bailey heard yesterday.
The exercise is not new but has been given a new name (inspired by the American model
) as part of the development of a special partnership' between the two institutions.
The party, held at Dsquared New York City headquarters and rooftop, attracted celebrities including Tyson Beckford (left), the American model
and actor, and Mary J Blige (centre), the singer-songwriter.
The central bank is believed to be considering a move to make banking operations similar to the American model
, in which control of a bank is decentralized and all its shares are freely traded on the open market.
Fifteen years later, after 9/11, the invasion of Iraq and the continuing Intifada in Palestine, the contributions to this comprehensive and timely volume range widely over the underlying causes, discussing the historical antecedents and the current manifestation of anti-Americanism, despite the cultural and economic aspirations that bind many Muslims to the American model
in the Maghreb; Egypt; Sudan; Saudi Arabia; Gulf States; Yemen; Iraq; Iran; Jordan; Lebanon; Syria; Palestinian Territories.
World War II set the stage for the emergence of the American model
of globalization, one based on American styles of mass production, scientific management, and popular mass culture.
Thank you for giving readers insight into Claire Danes' preparations for Christina Olson: American Model
and her re-immersion into the art of contemporary dance.
Of course, the French weren't entirely fair in calling their nemesis the "Anglo-Saxon model." It's the specifically American model
they have to fear.
Buoyed by such prosperity, the auto industry pioneered the American model
for the social contract between workers and their employers--from the $5 a day Henry Ford offered workers in 1914 to the health-care and pension benefits that became a mainstay of the expanding middle class.
In Europe, we discovered the special atmosphere of a camp for children with chronic illnesses based in a castle in Ireland, danced traditional dances with Fifi and Alexia at Camp Delphi in Greece, and met Radu and Lavinia who are developing a camp based on an American model
on a lake in Romania, near Dracula's stronghold.
Yet the Government is proposing to realign our armed forces along the American model
After Japan's defeat by the US in World War II, the taxation system was fully redeveloped according to the American model
, and a social structure was established where the very rich could not survive beyond a generation.