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The influence of concentric circles in the contemporary world is subtle.
While the concentric circle model emphasizes the role of banks in identifying problems that pose a threat to safety and soundness, supervisors also have important responsibilities, explained Raskin.
That extra energy burst created the tidy concentric circles that the physicists found.
The book's sections are arranged by concentric circles of influence, from the most exterior to the most internal.
The only difference between the bar code we know today and the one Woodland and Silver invented was that it was comprised of a series of concentric circles, not the 59 black-and-white vertical lines synonymous with the current design.
You'll find that these funders fall into three groups that can be thought of as occupying concentric circles in their relationship to your nonprofit.
Then, if it makes long, concentric circles coming down, the time should be good.
With only two action set pieces the filmlacks pace and the digital effects are no match for the production design - a hangar on Belfast docks was used to create an entire, 200-year-old subterranean city laid out in concentric circles.
Benedict and the University of Minnesota--was performed in the setting originally conceived by Cunningham and John Cage: a series of concentric circles in a natural environment.
One that can embrace the concentric circles of artists we have worked with over the years.
The logo depicts the words 'Community Development Authority' beside three green concentric circles blossoming from a red chevron.
Byline: Naji's book is meant as a manifesto for jihad and he divides the jihadi movement into five concentric circles