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Talking abstractly about other plans and solutions, secures neither conditions for peace, nor the Greek Cypriots, or the functioning of the state.
Professionally: Working in the technology sector, I am, on a daily basis, confronted with new technologies and languages (programming languages that is); the ability to speak and think in Welsh has unquestionably allowed me think abstractly and to quickly adapt to new paradigms, which is vital when technology is becoming such an important part of our daily lives.
ISLAMABAD -- Using digital platforms for reading may change the way you think, making you more inclined to focus on concrete details rather than interpreting information more abstractly, a new study has found.
Its bold perforated form features two large voids that abstractly resemble a pair of eyes--a metaphor, perhaps, for Euronews's outward-looking operation.
The striking, somewhat abstractly stylized illustrations nicely balance the fact-filled text in this enlightening and educational storybook.
Work that she claimed was her "excuse to handle clay abstractly.
Art plays a role in the design in a number of other ways, too, including fluted columns in the lobby that are decorated with various mosaic glass tile scenes to abstractly represent bible narratives of women for the faith-based institution.
8220;Around the age of nine the brain's gray matter actually increases…and with that comes the ability to think abstractly for the first time.
This invitation to tender is abstractly at Supplying and installing security equipment in the buildings of the Commission in Brussels and the surrounding area.
Our childhood trauma can prevent chemicals from being released into our brain that enables us to think abstractly as we mature; so we walk around as an adult on the outside yet a child on the inside.
Solomon Passy is categorical that responsibility should be taken personally, rather than abstractly.
A wealth of tunes scampers across the two discs, from thoughtful to hyperactive, embracing improvisation both abstractly diaphanous and grown out of old standards.
Project intelligence; project intelligence is the ability of the project team to reason, plan, solve problems, think abstractly, comprehend ideas, use language, learn, and to succeed.
In the interview, released on Saturday, Obama said he wanted a Fed leader who would focus on helping the economy grow and not just work abstractly to keep inflation in check and markets stable, the Times reported.
Al-Sharq" daily newspaper in its editorial wrote that the speech orated by HRH Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud on behalf of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud was quite frank and similarly urged the GCC leaders to sincerely brainstorm themselves honestly and abstractly regarding the extent of appropriateness between the output of the GCC work and the aspirations of the GCC citizens, pointing out that the answer was given by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in his own words was equally frank as he said that what has been achieved so far does not live up to aspirations and ambitions.