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They were of the view the particular problem could also be resolved by saving electricity, if consumers started using power judiciously.
At the outset he judiciously reminds us that German identity was repeatedly broken on the rock of religious, class, and political division since German immigration in the 1830s until the end of the Second World War and subsequent revelations about the Holocaust.
Chapters instruct how to watch movies with a writer's eye for what works and what doesn't, blending believable character traits into scenes and plots, using goals to reveal character motivation, judiciously applying foreshadowing and flashback, the power of the suspense of disbelief and how to encourage it, smooth plotting, and much more.
As smoking issues heat up in the public domain--dare we observe the high-handed extent of employers not only refusing to hire smokers but also having the gall to terminate currently smoking employees--what better time than now for us to judiciously rethink our own follies in tobacco underwriting?
Each site is judiciously rated and described, with both accurate maps and stunning black and white photos of the scenic falls.
Used judiciously as a teaching aid, the Apocalypse can help to expose the sham.
The third in an NASW Press series on international social work edited by Hokenstad and Midgley, this book examines how domestic policies and practice can be enhanced by documenting, analyzing, and judiciously adapting innovative approaches emanating from other countries.
The family who owned the place started as lawyers in the 1600s but (assisted by well-timed bribes to the monarchy and judiciously organised marriages) successive heirs climbed implacably through the social hierarchy and increasing riches to become Dukes of Buckingham in 1822.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued as final a rule that, as of June 1, 2005, requires businesses and individuals to judiciously dispose of sensitive information from consumer reports (www.
WHILE words are inadequate to describe the horror of the tragic events in London on July 7, it is to put it judiciously beyond reasonable doubt that if Tony Blair had not wilfully and falsely committed British serviceman in support of the criminal war unleashed by Bush against Iraq, these sad events would not have occurred.
Used judiciously, they can help you maximize first-class benefits at the lowest possible costs," says Brandt-Sarif.
We turned to Anne-Marie Cusac, our investigative reporter and a published poet, to assess Bellows work judiciously.