Such acts," he noted, "highlight the importance of all countries and nations standing together to join their efforts to confront
such actions and to eradicate them.
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Don't underestimate your power to begin changing the things that need to be changed," Nelson said, "because you have more power than you think and you have great power when you know how to confront
the issue and get the results you want.
Site supervisor Dunne, 43, of Trem-y- Creigiau, had rung Mr Allerton the night before the assault on December 17 last year, shouting abuse and threatening to go to a building site in Hanover Street, where he worked, to confront
Now, in the first decade of the 21st century, we have the opportunity to confront
20th century racial violence and begin a long-overdue process of truth-telling and reconciliation.
com), we found that doctors who more quickly and effectively confront
performance problems with peers experience improved quality of work life.
These articles make evident that men have to confront
social and cultural issues regarding their bodies with which they have not had to previously contend.
According to Continuing Education Committee chair Bob McDonough," this seminar will equip both experienced and rising state and local professionals with the tools they need to deal effectively with the broad array of technical, administrative, and policy challenges that confront
multi-state and multi-jurisdictional corporations today.
These four concepts of leadership type-transformational, transactional, legitimate and non-legitimate--are of great value in understanding the roles of the two leaders chosen as examples of people who were forced to confront
some immense problems.
Bodies and minds are in a constant state of flux as young people confront
intense emotions and novel experiences.
What can we do to confront
all this antigay legislation being passed by the narrow, judgmental Right?
Rygiel is aware of, but does not directly confront
, the issue of whether a single stratification system existed among native and foreign-born populations, an assumption vital to evaluating how migrants and their contemporaries regarded their fate.