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Edinburgh University political scientist Dr Meryl Kenny, who works with Engender, said: "It is worth noting that this result brings Westminster up to joint 50th in the world on women's representation - sharing a place with Eritrea, Latvia and Uzbekistan.
As well as bad people there has always been social misfits amongst us - but we should never allow such misfits to create regulations that engender mistrust that can transform one of nature's most precious gifts into something as ugly as their distrust of others.
In the relatively new age of computerized records, seeing sensitive patient information on computer monitors in hallways and at central stations and patient bedsides also does not engender confidence, If I can see Mrs.
Masterfully alive in her words are the confusion, shame, and overwhelming dissolution of self such experiences engender.
What many consumers don't realize is that, aside from using the card as a tool to engender customer loyalty, stores use your information--name, address, phone number--to track your buying habits.
Logging always seems to engender debate, but in communities along the Ottawa River in Canada, the practice has taken on a less controversial, more environmentally sound tone.
Is this a move to engender himself with the notorious photographer Nishi of Japan?
Participants practised using these PRSP engendering tools through a teamwork exercise to engender PRSP sectors.
There comes a time, in every parent's life -- perhaps several times -- when love must engender forgiveness and move from there.
Adopting TEI's recommended approach will yield a fair measure of simplification without the attendant uncertainty or unforeseen circumstances that the wholesale adoption of a section-382 approach to the SRLY rules might engender.
Establish reward systems that cultivate "ownership" of practices, foster longevity and loyalty to the institution, enhance productivity consistent with the principles of managed care, promote collaboration, engender quality, and reward participation in governance.
Carrying readers through the fascinating true story of Cain's persistence and perseverance, Cain's Redemption describes the remarkably relentless efforts to engender an atmosphere of reform and cooperation for both prisoners and guards which was to ultimate result in substantially improving the entire prison.
Flaherty here explains how the temporal lobes and limbic system of the brain engender creativity and trigger hypergraphia.
My intention in bringing it to the screen is to create a lasting work of art and engender serious thought among audiences of diverse faith backgrounds.