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the quality of serving to build or improve

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At this stage, it is unacceptable for the Turkish Cypriot side to continue to be punished as was the case in 2004, despite their having always displayed goodwill, determination and constructiveness in the half-century-long efforts aiming towards a settlement, including in this last process.
As such, it is "unacceptable for the Turkish Cypriot side to continue to be punished as was the case in 2004, despite their having always displayed goodwill, determination and constructiveness in the half-century-long efforts aiming towards a settlement.
Under contemporary developments, there is still no one among models of globalization, the Western, the Asian and others, which has proved its effectiveness, constructiveness and long-term ability.
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These criteria include rationality (use of arguments and facts to support claims), equality (among participants), interactivity, common good reference, and constructiveness (meaning that discussions aim at reaching decisions; Friess & Eilders, 2015, p.
Some constructiveness has been demonstrated with regard to the voters' list.
We are immensely thankful to India for presenting a new model whose essence is constructiveness, cooperation and participation.
It is traditionally treated as destructive, although the debate is still on about its constructiveness and destructiveness (Riaz & Junaid, 2014).
The exact and particular extent of what Serbia can do in this matter is yet to be seen, but what matters most here is the goodwill and constructiveness we are representing," he said.
Sheikh Salman called for shedding light on tolerance and constructiveness in Islam and avoiding confrontation and ideological confrontations, asserting Islam as a contributor to other civilizations and cultures and affirming that human differences enrich and improve life -- not a source of conflicts or wars.
The parties marked the importance of the previously reached agreements and constructiveness of the joint political-diplomatic activities.
In these dire circumstances, he further urged all parties to keep in mind the national interest and engage in good faith and with constructiveness in the on-going dialogue to find a peaceful resolution to the current crisis.
Next, The Rebel emphasizes the constructiveness of that space--its "artificiality"--by artfully arranging the space for the shot.
It was a challenging task and I want to thank all members of the football community for their productive input and constructiveness in helping to find a solution that we believe can work for everyone.