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Community Health Council chief officer Gordon Harrop said: 'As the patients' watchdog for the NHS we need local people from all walks of life.
A not-for-profit organization based in Toronto, its purpose is to build networks by encouraging women from different professions and walks of life, to connect and develop relationships from a business perspective.
This introduction to the intellectual treasures of Catholic culture offers an indispensable framework for students from all walks of life.
There are a variety of viewpoints, religions, and faiths expressed here, from many walks of life.
These stalwart and compassionate heroes emerged from all walks of life to stand together against an unimaginable terror.
This was not only educational for DC students, it was a great chance for me to see agriculture through the eyes of city kids and better understand how we as an industry need to communicate with consumers in all walks of life.
PEOPLE from all walks of life have completed a basic pregnancy care counselling skills course.
I]n an era in which cryptography plays an important role in protecting information in all walks of life," say the authors of the report, "public consensus and government secrecy related to information security in the private sector are largely incompatible.
From our own experiences we know that we change the lives of many; we are a lasting memory of many people from all walks of life.
AGB Neilsen Media Research for TV affirms that this kind of keen attention to the psyche of Filipinos has led to a nationwide competitive edge reflected in shows like "Bituing Walang Ningning," "Sa Piling Mo," "Maging Sino Ka Man," and "Maalaala Mo Kaya," where females in the 20s age bracket find empowerment; "Wowowee," where Filipinos from all walks of life converge and find acceptance; "Noypi," "Super Inggo," and "Pedro Penduko," where values are constantly communicated; "Pinoy Big Brother" and "PDA," where Filipinos get to reflect on their lives; "Game Ka Na Ba" and "Kapamilya Deal or No Deal," where Filipinos find thrill in seeing their fellow Pinoys test their limits; and the hard-hitting news and current affairs programs "Bandila," "TV Patrol," "XXX" and "Soco.
ISLAMABAD -- Prominent lawyer Mohammad Akram Sheikh Friday hosted iftar dinner attended by people from different walks of life.