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But of course, students would be encouraged to reword their more pernicious is-of-identity and predication statements, just as they are encouraged to date or index other statements.
Do not explain too much; restate your thought simply, rather than try to reword it.
Meanwhile, Edre Olalia, president of the National Union of Peoples' Lawyers, urged the police to withdraw the statement and reword it because of its 'coercive tone' that produces a 'terror effect.
FOALS Spanish Sahara The band joined London Contemporary Orchestra for his reword of the song from album Total Life Forever.
I am hoping we can rewrite or reword the current agreement.
Advice has been given on how to reword 'out of order' motions, in line with the Special Congress recommendation, but it's been claimed that it's far too ambiguous and difficult to understand.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-9 December 2003-EU to reword proposed mutual defence clause after objections from Sweden and Finland(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Conservative members of the largest opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) on Tuesday persuaded one of their colleagues to reword and water down a parliamentary question regarding the U.
Nestle supports this assertion by citing numerous examples, including the meat industry's opposition to the Food Guide Pyramid, the use of lobbyists to influence regulations related to foods, connections between food companies and nutrition research, and pressures to reword Dietary Guidelines (e.
My only hope is that once the dust has settled the GRA take the time to look at this policy and reword it to allow their racing managers to do their best to put on competitive greyhound racing for the good of the sport.
The State Dept and British representatives in Washington agree to reword the controversial British convention on Freedom of Information before it is brought to the UN General Assembly.