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the principal work of your career

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"I feel I have got a pretty good lifework balance and I think that's reflected in my football.
To celebrate his lifework, the British Deputy High Commission in Karachi, in collaboration with Paramount Books (Pvt.) Limited organised a colourful and enchanting storytelling session.
Recognize your extraordinary lifework and how many lives you have touched and changed.
The legacy of his lifework continues not just with his poetry, but in the pages of the books he helped to inspire and bring to print and in the inclusive creative vision he helped foster in the Caribbean.
"Frank Lloyd Wright for Kids" is a rare children's biography that invites readers to explore the complex of systems of knowledge that come to fruition in the lifework of a famous architect.
Frank Stout's lifework ended up, as a rarity, in the homes of close friends.
Like Goodwill and Hire Heroes USA, Lifework trains clients in workplace readiness skills, such as interviewing and resume preparation.
His lifework is The Magic Door, a sequence, written over a period of some 35 years.
Now evangelicals are in a position to explore the lifework of theologians such as Wolfhart Pannenberg (Systematic Theology, 1991-1998) and Alvin Plantinga (Warranted Christian Belief, 1999) for a grounding of evangelical surety.
Summary: Rachid Khimoune's greatest creation and lifework "Children Of The World" to be held at Abu Dhabi Art fair in the garden of Emirates Palace.
of Maryland, College Park) explains Laban's lifework and influences, exploring his revolutionary analysis system, and describing the impact of such works as Die Grunen Clowns and The Mastery of Movement.
She should be putting her energies into making her present lifework, not hanging on to the past.
Some years ago I was fortunate to obtain a pack of the Thoth Tarot Deck, the lifework of master theologian Aleister Crowley.