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The aim is to vivify the concept of marketing above the traditional levels of manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and consumers in marketing channels (Svensson, 2005).
The soft pastel illustrations balance and vivify the text, adding to its appeal.
Malik Sohail said religious chauvinism is also taking toll on this fragile industry, he said adding that government should take measures to vivify tourism in Swat and Malakand, which is only source of bread and butter for millions.
Wodehouse, Ken Follett, and others who might vivify my God-given ability to imagine and then, in turn, my ability to pray and engage Scripture.
What marked Malden as a great actor was not just his uncanny ability to vivify supporting roles while the powerhouse likes of Marlon Brando, George C.
Lu (1996) conceived that teaching resources refer to various auxiliary resources that can vivify, enrich, and facilitate the process of teaching.
He uses his sources to vivify an odd episode, in which Anglo-Scottish relations, personal revenge and the self-conscious theatricalisation of the assassination combine to make that act not only murder, but political theatre.
They provide comprehensive, detailed guidelines for developing a qualitative meta-analysis; dispell the notion that meta-analysis cannot be done with qualitative research; identify and rectify many of the issues associated with synthesizing qualitative research; and vivify the process by drawing from their own studies.
To vivify issues of race and AIDS, gay artist Robert Sherer creates art out of blood--literally.
Fadlallah urged Muslims to recover "the horizons of emigration" in an effort to vivify Islam "in the soul of [new] generations.
Whether it is biblical metaphor, karmic logic or enlightened self-interest, the continuous thread of a strong suture stitches a complex set of issues into a coherent sutra that will vivify the current mori-bund dialogue between agriculture, science and religion.
2) Zukovskij strives to make concrete Gray's typically eighteenth-century abstractions, personifications, and poetic diction and to vivify Gray's languid opening stanzas.
Here the humour arises naturally from the not unserious story -- the gags contextualise and vivify the characters.
It is hoped that this play will vivify a historic investigation encountered by many secondary mathematics and science students.
government attempts to vivify the term by dramatizing incidents that call for an OPSEC approach.