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THIS year the nation should observe Defence of Pakistan Day (Sept 6) as a day of introspection, and we should indulge in some soul searching.
Introspection and reflection were a reasonable part of Prime Minister Imran Khan's statements at the OIC meeting.
'India needs introspection especially over atrocities in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
The politicians must first pass test of introspection before accusing their opponents.
He said if India does introspection it would realise that it has committed more mistakes.
The Barbarians' Return is imbued with Dinescu's characteristic musicality and wit, which packs a punch emphasized by his sly critiques and musings on human introspection.
Maria, solitude and introspection are non-negotiables when it comes to her self-care routine.
Lake Street analyst Mark Argento blames Sito Mobile (SITO) management for misjudging the time it has taken to close deals, but he believes they have the right long-term vision and need to maximize the long-term opportunity while acknowledging "near-term realities," including the fact that Facebook (FB) data issues have touched off significant introspection by potential customers.
IANS Chennai Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday asked the media to make an extra effort to maintain credibility and do introspection to bring forth reforms within.
The device, dubbed "introspection engine," would be a plastic case designed to slide over an Apple iPhone 6, and will monitor the phone's internal antennas to detect incoming and outgoing signals from the cellular, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or GPS chips, alerting users of any snooping attempt.
The month of fasting is also a month of self purification, introspection and alms giving, he said in a message on the occasion and called upon the people to reach out to the poor, the less fortunate, the needy and particularly to those who have been uprooted from their homes in recent times due to fight against militants and extremists and help in alleviating their miseries.
Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection (HVI), developed in close collaboration with Citrix, operates at the hypervisor level, where it has rich insight of a virtual machines (VM) memory.
Along the way they were noticed by Rolling Stones' Bill Wyman, who produced their sole album for Decca, Introspection. He also co-wrote their signature tune, Shades Of Orange, though the band wrote the rest of their material themselves.
Gorman's overall message to librarians in regards to "keeping the faith" is one that is of vital importance, and his words best sum up how we can all best survive the storm: "We will profit from existential debates about the future of libraries and the meaning of librarianship because introspection--if positive in attitude--brings strength." Sure to cause a great amount of introspection, Our Enduring Values Revisited is a must-have for all librarians, from all areas.--Beth H.
He reviews in detail the strategy behind the transformation--participant introspection--which compelled the search for new ways of monitoring subjective introspection as accurately as possible, what the behaviorists shut out in the last century, today is brought in as raw data.