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Less ambitiously, Mark Salling sees Noah "Puck" Puckerman "probably working in a mill or factory".
More ambitiously, they also use red tape research and theory to explain empirically based theory development in public administration.
More ambitiously, by adding logistics and ingredients we are penetrating deeper into the heartland of food manufacture.
We ambitiously hoped to raise $25,000 and generate 250 members through a combination of new sign-ups and renewals over four days of methodical, incessant pitching.
The pair are both entered in the Kingmaker Novices' Chase at Warwick and, more ambitiously, the totepool Game Spirit Chase at Newbury and have each strung up good sequences.
5, 2011 (CENS)--With the inking of the memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Chinese banks, Taiwanese banks plan to ambitiously explore the financial market in China.
This means that in spite of the ambitiously announced government projects, the government spent much less budget money from last year.
The country also ambitiously announced a further 44 installations up to the year 2030.
When we have the settlement we'll be looking to run the club ambitiously but also cautiously in this climate.
Under the elegant and clear hand of Mark Gorenstein, this ensemble showed its power at the very beginning, providing an ambitiously assertive performance of A Night On The Bare Mountain.
The relaxed regulations have also helped business groups to ambitiously set up a holding company in recent years.
Beyonce's Irreplaceable was nominated for video of the year, as was Justin's ambitiously cinematic What Goes Around .