It provides a central source for cartoonists and gag writers to track their progress, keep abreast of
editors' needs, "and mine a mother lode of mirth for new ideas," according to editor-in-chief and publisher Bill Keough.
He added, "It is incumbent upon the real estate community to keep abreast of
statewide legislation and vital housing programs and initiatives.
I like to keep abreast of
what is going on and rely on your input.
17, is a cost-efficient and time-efficient way to keep abreast of
professional developments in this turbulent economic and regulatory climate--while earning continuing education credits.
If you're trying to keep abreast of
farm animal issues, it's no longer necessary to subscribe to Beef magazine or Meat and Poultry News.
Failure to keep abreast of
competitor innovations, new market entrants, substitute products or industry shifts can all sound the death knell for a business.
Consumer Alert will continue to keep abreast of
developments in organic food regulations and food labeling.
They conclude by saying they "intend to keep abreast of
all the implementation stages of all components of Bill 188, with special vigilance regarding the respect for the wishes of students, parents and various social milieus.
Keep abreast of
what is going on in the industry, attend AFS conferences, attend state organization meetings, talk with the experts, and obtain the most accurate information you can before starting or retooling your program.
Additionally, patients will be able to search the Internet's most exhaustive database of clinical trial listings, register to be considered for specific clinical trials, and keep abreast of
advances in therapies for their condition.
Mulligan urged Americans United members to keep abreast of
current developments in their own states by checking on the status of church-state legislation through AU's website: www.