likely client

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With these clarifications in place, I first delineate the Aristotelian/Thomistic framework and from there describe likely client error in understanding and appropriating forgiveness.
This role can take a few different forms, but the most common seems to be either an internally focused role performing competitive analysis as a result of increased market pressures or a more externally focused role providing ongoing intelligence about future work, and likely client spend, as a result of increasingly business-savvy clients.
As it also happens, the most likely client for a political philosopher on the make is a ruler.
We [his firm] concluded that if 99-1 stands, we will have a policy of not serving on boards where there is likely client participation, or we will limit what boards associates can serve on.
At the end of our conversation, we went our separate ways on amicable terms, with me wondering if I had left Terry a baffled and unlikely client, a more informed but still unlikely client, or a very informed but still unlikely client, or a very informed and very likely client.
The ability of this company to make necessary investments in its business and return capital to shareholders through dividends and stock repurchases would be further hindered by likely client defections.
Additionally, as one of the most leveraged public companies in healthcare services, a combined Express Scripts/Caremark would have diminished financial flexibility that would impact the company's ability to invest in the business and pursue other strategic opportunities, particularly in the event of likely client defections.
Unlike some of the company's likely clients, Envestnet has expressed its support of the rule, as the business is poised to "assist advisers and enterprises in complying" with it, according to an October (http://www.
The more challenging the legal environment, the more likely clients will do anything to get the best independent legal advice they can get".
Government agencies from the Department of Transportation & Public Works and Prepa are also likely clients because of the need to clear land areas for highway projects or to trim trees around power lines.
They're the cheapest form of direct mail, but their lack of an envelope makes their message immediately obvious, attracting the attention of your most likely clients.