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He urged the elected representatives of the aspirational districts to set targets for themselves.
In his remarks, Cabinet Secretary called upon the Prabhari Officers to be the catalysts of change for all round development of the Aspirational Districts.
In both cases the questions were only aspirational because they do not relate to a government proposal such as "do you approve of the proposal to trigger Article 50?
The Collectors of the 115 aspirational districts have the opportunity to earn lasting satisfaction, by delivering on development objectives.
It is an aspirational product and that has a cascading effect on the rest of the range, so it's great to hear that they are looking more broadly on what the appeal of the car can deliver.
For (Not) Getting Paid to Do What You Love: Gender, Social Media, and Aspirational Work, Duffy interviewed more than 50 young women and conducted fieldwork at numerous events such as fashion blogging "boot camps," retail launches, fashion conferences, and New York Fashion Week (pp.
Please don't find someone aspirational because they have more money than you do.
It is important for hoteliers to be in tune with changing consumer trends in order to remain relevant, especially concerning the need for guests to encounter new aspirational experiences, revealed experts at the Great GM Debate 2016.
Aspirational consumers feel guilty when they are not living up to their own expectations.
However, following on from the success of last year's aspirational work experience, collaborators Welsh Government and Londonbased Judicium Education have added a twist.
During opening remarks, Adesina urged the importance of the High 5s: "The aspirational goals that we have set for each of the High 5s are deliberate and are what the continent needs to achieve transformation.
The key to effective due diligence is making a list and categorizing each option as critical, ideal or aspirational.