But we can't lose sight of
the fact that wireless users are still paying roughly 14% of their monthly bill in taxes and fees.
To lose sight of
that, as Russell Yates seems to want to do, is to lose sight of
one of civilization's most important distinctions.
Our challenge going forward is to not lose momentum, and not lose sight of
the difficult position many of our customers face with their increasingly limited benefit dollars, given the continuing escalation in health care costs.
NPRA believes that, while pursuing research and technological advances, the nation must not lose sight of
the fact that oil and natural gas will continue to serve as foundation fuels for the American economy not only today, but for the foreseeable future.
Politicians, since they are spending other people's money, frequently lose sight of
costs when prescribing remedies.
Never Lose Sight of
the Fact That People Drive Business Performance
As part of its longstanding commitment to eradicate preventable and reversible blindness, Lions clubs in the United States have funded production of a brochure, ``Don't Lose Sight of
While prosperity and dual-incomes have enabled Americans to enjoy unprecedented options--doing more, owning more, achieving more--they have also created a complexity that cause many people to feel overwhelmed and lose sight of
their true purpose, of who they are," explains Linda Werner, Vice President, Women's Group, Phillips Health.
Bea Gray, who runs the cat kennel at the shelter, said both animals use the litter box, and when they go for a walk together and they lose sight of
each other, the leader will stop and look around, waiting for the other to catch up.
As ABRA continued its growth, it did not lose sight of
its more valuable asset: its team members.
While this is encouraging news we can't lose sight of
the fact that the California business environment remains challenging for us and our clients due to dramatic increases in workers compensation and unemployment insurance, combined with a high cost of living.