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After reading a recent Mech article that explained how the maintenance officer at the Naval Safety Center once recalled his skipper from a flight because of a lost tool, it made me realize that I had a lesson to share to reenforce the importance of tool-control procedures.
It also helps to reenforce the area as a centre for professional services activities.
And how can we reenforce that word to get better positioning?
I called the 1st Platoon leader (RED 6) and told him to move his platoon across the street and move west down market street and reenforce 1st Platoon from Bravo Company.
Parents were encouraged to overcome their embarrassment and reenforce the message as strongly as possible for the sake of their children's health.
Karen McKinney's and James Kirkland's paired essays on storytelling, for example, reenforce John Lang's claim for Chappell as one of our best contemporary humorists.
The task is to find ways to intervene in the cost-effectiveness logic that has only too conveniently adapted the disciplinary hierarchies to reenforce management interests in budget cutting.
Mr Grimsey added, ``The strategic initiatives we are now rolling out across the group in line with our recovery strategy will have a progressive impact and reenforce this process.
While the claim process need not be adversarial, the risk management team should reenforce its presentation with facts and not rely on the carrier to do that for them.
In their survey of the comedies, Summers and Pebworth emphasize Jonson's brilliant plotting, arguing that in his best plays "the classical strictures Jonson voluntarily adopts never intrude as artificially enforced rules; rather, they serve to strengthen design and to reenforce theme" (35).
Gurr's conclusion that the reduction of ethnic, religious, and other forms of discrimination has, globally considered, worked to reduce violence in ethnic conflicts has an important implication for those proponents of religious nationalism who seek to reenforce ethnocratic rule.
In Saura's Carmen, the act of transcending personal and national subjectivity in new, hybrid, Europeanized representations is subordinate to conceptions of passion and fatality that reenforce derelict concepts of masculinity and tradition.
If there is a difference worth noting here, I would suggest that where Wittgenstein resorts to a narrativization of the image in an attempt to solve a problem, Antin relies on narrativization to manifest and to reenforce the problematics of the key questions or issues that arise in his talk poems.
Paul Shore in his "Invisible History" (November/December 2000) seems to reenforce that view while relating horror stories dating back to World War II.