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Google's approach closely mirrors that of Netflix and on-demand video, a model that has since spread to e-books, music and live television.
That includes a run of three clean sheets in a row, two overseen by Mourinho on the one day of the season where his approach closely aligns with Ferguson's.
The academics-to-application approach closely modeled two of the three Army spheres of learning--self-development and operational--that leaders could incorporate into their own units.
This approach closely mimics the function of a human liver and allows the hepatocytes to maintain normal metabolic activity for several weeks.
"Allergan evaluated this approach closely, with expert counsel in patent and sovereign immunity law.
As anglers, Snell's Window is important when fishing clear water, especially shallow water, or when one has to approach closely or the fish are particularly skittish.
SecurityCenter CV helped him shift Exostar from a more reactive threat management posture to a proactive approach closely aligned with top-level business objectives.
This strategic approach closely allies with the IT trend for both software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV).
Putin's approach closely resembles the vision set out by Russian Nobel laureate Alexander Solzhenitsyn in his 1990 essay "Rebuilding Russia." Referring to the former Soviet satellite states, he suggested letting those "ungrateful peoples" go, but keeping Russia's rightful territories, such as eastern and southern Ukraine, northern Kazakhstan and eastern Estonia, with their ethnic Russian populations, and Georgia's Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which are cultural extensions of Russia's North Caucasus.
Putin's approach closely resembles the vision set out by Russian Nobel laureate Alexander Solzhenitsyn in his 1990 essay "Rebuilding Russia." Referring to the former Soviet satellite states, he suggested letting those "ungrateful peoples" go, but keeping Russia's rightful territories, such as eastern and southern Ukraine, northern Kazakhstan, and eastern Estonia, with their ethnic Russian populations, and Georgia's Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which are cultural extensions of Russia's North Caucasus.
Since then a variety of scholars working in Pacific Island studies and Native Studies has developed a version of cultural studies which takes up (among other things) Hau'ofa's call for an interdisciplinary approach closely connected to the lives of Pacific Islanders.
Calculations using this approach closely align with charts such as those reproduced on the opposite page, which also have the benefit of showing you headwind component.