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to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

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Therefore, to avoid any penance, they should make better-informed operational and strategic decision in advocation and implementation of OHS provisions.
The advocation of predominantly negative rights enforcement by the judiciary leads to the corollary argument that positive rights are generally unenforceable.
His advocation of equal rights for all regardless of race, within an overall African role in France and the adoption of French cultural and social customs was indicative or his time.
One of the more reductionist ways in which essentialist forms of theological anthropology inform theories of complementarity is the advocation of intrinsic characteristics that subordinate women to men in accord with "God's intention.
Now much more than a hobby, gardening is an advocation, a way of life from the soil.
Vieira provides more than 2,000 pages of "information, analysis, opinion, and advocation in regard to revitalizing 'the Militia of the several States.
The OHCHR has compiled as many as seventy-three documents pertaining to the Commission on Human Rights, which serve as resources for the advocation of democracy and rule of law.
The catastrophic events that move Maud's plot--the father's suicide, the climactic duel--are all played out against a wider uniformitarian structure that mirrors Lyell's re-figuring of geological catastrophe in his advocation of the more profound agents of uniformitarian change.
Readings of Cervantes's masterpiece range from Manuel Azana's celebration of Sancho's radical democratic spirit to Ramiro de Maeztu's emphasis on his substantial lack of nobility; from Ramiro Ledesma's advocation for Don Quixote as the Nietzschean Ubermensch (and against the soulless masses) to Ramon J.
After conducting the interview, the collected interview data were coded and some examples of the codes that were used to sort through the interview data were: "ineffective (useless) Act," "inadequately prepared," "continued advocation," and "increase pressures.
Her want of an education and her public advocation for it.
From receiving and giving bad news to handling loss of control and patient advocation, this provides caregivers solid methods of coping with diagnosis, preparing for a loved one's end of life, and handling a complicated medical system.
destruction and the emergence of the new, I retain here his early advocation of a Benjaminian "divine violence" as a form of the imaginative neutralization (or subtraction) of the existent order necessary for authentic utopian figuration.
With advocation for finding soulfulness, "Blessings from Mary" is a fine read for Christian spirituality, highly recommended.
The adoption of asset management as a result of external advocation was regarded as a weak influence in both UK and Russia.