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This is the soundest advice any president could have given.
TEAC believes this is the soundest way to assure the public about the quality of college and university programs.
Bulgaria's Minister of Labor and Social Policy, Totyu Mladenov, says the soundest decision would be to delay by one year the changes in the early retirement provisions.
Sound fiscal policies have resulted in Tunisia being listed as the African country with the soundest growth prospects.
Still, the soundest way for Washington to help bring about the most tolerable - or least destructive - outcome is for the United States to step aside and let Iraqis settle their differences.
The lesson of the numbers this week couldn't be clearer: Investing in AP work and exams is one of the soundest educational investments available.
In these times of unprecedented volatility, the soundest business and governmental strategies address the greatest number of possibilities and identify risks and opportunities in the midst of crisis.
The soundest banking principle of them all - lend only to those who you are certain can repay - went out of the window in the early years of this decade as American banks greedily began to sell high-interest sub-prime mortgages to people who could barely afford the repayments.
Having never reviewed a 'Teach Yourself' book before, I can only assume that my soundest strategy is simply to explain the current volume's contents.
We think that investing in students is one of the soundest investments one can make.
In general, the soundest strategy to increase the volume of useful information from trials is to foster it with complete honesty and integrity of all parties involved in trial administration.
The soundest strategy to increase the volume of useful information from trials is to foster it with the complete honesty and integrity of all parties involved.
the bill represents Congress' best and soundest approach to telecom policy reform so far.
Or that they used the soundest procedures when they asked 10,000 people if they had committed one of 20 'core offences' which included burglary, car theft or selling drugs in the past 12 months.