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to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

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The next steps would be effective education and advocation in favor of such a legal framework.
In its engagement and advocation of activism her novel is similar to Zupan's Minuei for Guitar The next novel I shall discuss, by Lojze Kovacic's Childhood Things, which appeared in the new century, is easier to compare with Zupan's Journey to the End of Spring.
This case study reports successful advocation of anticholinesterase for management of cobra envenomation in a goat.
Differently to Coutinho, whose career was marked by his advocation of demographic control policies, a vision of public health informed Faundes's own professional trajectory.
Growth of the global ABUS market is mainly driven by increasing prevalence of breast cancer, growing radiology market, government advocation for breast cancer awareness and extensive research and development for enhanced imaging techniques.
To Kiran Gandhi, a musician and activist who made headlines in August 2015 for running the London Marathon while bleeding freely, Kaur's work is an act of "radical activism." So, too, is the work of other artists helping nudge periods into the light: Argentinian artist Fannie Sosa incorporates menstrual cup advocation into her video work and teachings, while Los Angeles illustrator Faye Orlove included a diagram showing how to insert a tampon in her animated video for Mitski's "Townie" earlier this year.
Counselling psychology thus appears embedded in a 'logical absurdity' (Williams & Irving, 1996, p 6) wherein our post-modern advocation of dialectical pluralism dictates engagement with these diverse ontological and epistemological tensions in synthesising psychology's 'grand narratives' with retaining commitment to clients' (and therapists') phenomenological understanding and co-constructed meaning in therapeutic practice (Milton, Craven & Coyle, 2010).
Yiannopoulos linked Islam to the murder of gays, and the connection there is less apparent, as negative attitudes towards homosexuality do not equate advocation of their death.
This understanding of the soul as one that is a noumenal substance coheres with his advocation of the soul having powers.
The Group believes that with the continuous advocation of urbanization by the central government, there is always a demand for value-for-money and end-use residential properties.
There is here an important paradox: over the advocation of contemplative life, which was considered the highest good, something else was often superimposed, namely the advocation of indolence, i.e.
In the case of the Manifesto, the advocation of the agrarian-patriarchal regional cooking or the northeastern culinary traditions and the hostility towards foreign cuisine (the Europeanization of regional cooking).
Late UO biology professor Bayard McConnaughey made an advocation of trying to get ROTC kicked off of the UO campus.
produttivistico), the advocation for capital rather than capitalism,
Gregory shared responsibility for the development, formulation and advocation of policies and programs to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of U.S.