Now I am looking forward to finding ways
so that I can perform consistently at international level," International Cricket Council (ICC) quoted Das, as saying.
It's about political considerations and finding ways
to insure more schools make AYP," says Hall.
The initiative is charged with finding ways
to reduce the extent and severity of AMD and its effects, developing consensus on environmental mine waste management technologies, identifying technological needs, and using sound scientific and technological bases to interpret, assess, and summarize published literature and operational practices.
``The people are the cornerstone of these communities and have an important role to play in finding ways
to improve them.
However, many insurers are finding ways
to allow their customers to do more than just administrative tasks, the ACLI said in a statement.
He is currently leading an international study focused on finding ways
to repair MS damage to the central nervous system.
The important point is to spend time learning about what each person is proud of and finding ways
to incorporate these into the life of the facility.
Some $114 million must be spent buying new buses, refitting old ones, and finding ways
to deliver the new fuel to would-be users.
"Just as important as finding ways
to improve the performance of silicon is getting these breakthroughs out of the labs and into the marketplace quickly," said Bijan Davari, vice president of semiconductor development, IBM Microelectronics.
Steering clear of ever-longer limos, the cost-consciuos are finding ways
to go out without going all out
There was strong interest in measuring temperature on the International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS-90), rather than local process scales, and finding ways
to trace the measurements in RTP to NIST.
"[The great museums] are constantly finding ways
to view their materials in a fresh way contextually," she says.
You might begin by finding ways
to motivate people to communicate and by removing barriers.
Note this observation: "Though highly capable of finding ways
to speak of himself by indirection, [Montaigne] does not hesitate to speak of himself directly; indeed, he goes out of his way to assert his personality at every point - like a painter who, having portrayed himself, sticks his head through the canvas to be sure he is not overlooked" (163).
His reasons for writing are clear: "Finding ways
to preserve the rain forest and promote the development of the people who live there poses a tremendous challenge.