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shape

(shāp) [AS. sceapan]
1. To mold to a particular form.
2. Outward form; contour.
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Along with other Shapers, Saad will be meeting Bill Gates and Jack Ma as part of 'Meet The Leader' sessions along with other world leaders.
My goals as a shaper are to raise awareness on challenges faced by individuals with special educational needs in our region, to participate in research on this topic and to develop a network of health professionals for parents of children with special educational needs.
Global Shapers (@GlobalShapers) August 14, 2017 General findings of the report : 50 percent of respondents were females, 48 percent males and 2 percent other (the "other" category refers to participants who selected the "other" option or "prefer not to answer" in the survey).
Global Shapers is an annual six-month programme that Arcadis set up in 2012, and which offers 100 young professionals from around the world the chance to develop international connections and share knowledge.
The UAE's appeal lies in the enviable fact that the country is increasingly synonymous with an attitude that nothing is impossible," said Adeyemi Babington-Ashaye, Head of the Global Shapers Community of the World Economic Forum.
DFCC Bank is delighted to collaborate with an organisation such as the Global Shapers Colombo Hub, as they too are focused on young entrepreneurs and the millennial generation.
Muscat: Believing that young people are the future of any nation, Global Shapers Muscat are working to promote young people's opinions to explore how they can change their communities for the greater good.
The Global Shapers network is an initiative of the World Economic Forum with more than 400 hubs in cities worldwide.
Global Shapers represent the voice of the youth at World Economic Forum events and London member Ade Adeyemi is leading their effort to realise the potential of African Diaspora and improve the bridge between the UK and Africa.
The Global Shapers Annual Survey 2015 provides insights into how millennials see the world.
Products were recalled because of fears they contained metal shards, and now Boots are scrapping a number of Strand and Shapers products for exactly the same reason.
figuring out who we were, what we wanted to be and our place in this world, the Global Shapers Community consists of youngsters who already know what they want to achieve.