The Group believes that with the continuous advocation
of urbanization by the central government, there is always a demand for value-for-money and end-use residential properties.
There is here an important paradox: over the advocation
of contemplative life, which was considered the highest good, something else was often superimposed, namely the advocation
of indolence, i.
Late UO biology professor Bayard McConnaughey made an advocation
of trying to get ROTC kicked off of the UO campus.
produttivistico), the advocation
for capital rather than capitalism,
Gregory shared responsibility for the development, formulation and advocation
of policies and programs to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of U.
took seed early in Melchert's life.
people go as they with their Firstly, I absolutely make no apologies for my advocation
A few weeks ago, this column indulged in a little bit of devil's advocation
, asking whether a profit-oriented pragmatist such as Ashley wasn't exactly what Rangers needed to get them running on an even keel, rather than the regimes who openly admitted to blowing PS67m in 18 months.
The early diagnosis and importance of conservative management rather than advocation
of surgery in all cases are noteworthy.
At the present, there is an advocation
to use gasohol as a renewable energy instead of gasoline such as E-10, E-20 and E-85 which contain 10%, 20% and 85% of ethanol, respectively.
The paper, by analysing the leniency and negligence of the factory owners in advocation
and adaptation of OHS provisions as deterrent to workplace accidents, then attempts to justify labelling this laxity as white-collar crime.
Projects such as the High Line have helped to establish preservation as a dynamic and creative response to existing objects and conditions, rather than a stubborn advocation
for the status quo.