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Can we envision ourselves accomplishing these things?
How do we develop a sense of "purpose" or direction in accomplishing the ways we choose to strengthen our community?
But character development is slight; subplots aimed toward accomplishing that purpose come off as overheated.
These shifts provide both the vision and the plan for accomplishing the transition from a traditional church model to a transformational church model.
Accomplishing education policy by mollifying factions is unlikely to raise student achievement.
After accomplishing this, most students stop to take photographs, get a drink of water, and catch their breath before continuing the last three quarters of a mile, which includes a combat crawl under barbed wire in muddy water, to the finish line.
Parliamentary procedure was designed to correct these problems and to protect the rights of people to meet, debate, and take action in a fair manner while accomplishing common goals with the least amount of controversy.
Kuin's Barthesian-based point merits emphasis: "the accomplishing of a text .
The congruence model of organizational effectiveness is an excellent tool that physician executives can use to assess how well PCOs are accomplishing their strategic goals, as measured by specific outputs.
First, management of staff should be focused on accomplishing the camp's mission in the most effective manner possible.
A vital key to accomplishing this goal is choosing an efficient and reliable mover.
Eons will be the center for accomplishing lifelong dreams, serving as a fire-starter for goals many boomers and seniors never thought or believed they could attain.
But Jamie is capable of great things, of accomplishing the unexpected.
Traditional methods of accomplishing medical staff functions have long been the target of criticism.
An effective formula for accomplishing this goal involves combining the core principles of several leadership techniques and modifying them to suit a police environment.