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When you have the ability to regulate your own emotional world, you can be attuned to the emotions of others.
US Dollar Forecast Bearish on Clear Downward Momentum Euro Fundamentally Weak but Still the Dollar's Counterpart Japanese Yen Attuned to Risk Aversion, But What about USDJPY?
In addition, several small-scale independent studies have already found that the Schools Attuned program has a positive impact on student and teacher outcomes.
McDonald--a founding member of the Association of African American Vintners--says his nose is attuned to local styles.
As an Asian American, I am more attuned to issues regarding Asians and Asian Americans, and I am being honest when I say that your article was the first time I had ever heard of "morena prostitutes," though the practice surprises me little.
The purpose of this paper is to present findings from a program evaluation conducted to examine the effectiveness of the Schools Attuned program in a north Texas school district.
Birza seems to be attuned to the libidinal economy of homosocial groups and male-dominated societies; in the realm of media images, this artist's imagination and the imagination of Islamism overlap and produce strange effects.
Similarly, the aggregates market has become more attuned to the wisdom of crushing concrete for potential recycling as fill or base material or even as an aggregate product in paving applications.
They include making the bank's poverty reduction approaches more attuned to good management of natural resources, supporting cooperation on transboundary pollution issues, helping countries build environmental considerations into economic growth, and integrating environmental considerations across all bank operations.
Those engaged in dialogue must first be well grounded in their own Catholic faith before they can take on proponents of New Age ideas and those who, although not specifically attuned to New Age, are searching for meaning to their lives.
Others attuned to the influence of the Council on Foreign Relations and the partially submerged Power Elite--of which Kissinger and Scowcroft are prominent representatives--wondered if those objections signaled a change in Establishment objectives.