be diligent

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Sheikh Omar Bin Ladin has warned that both government and the private sector in Qatar need to be diligent in their selection of employees.
Regarding the "cause," clinicians and their patients should be diligent regarding appropriate nutritional and lifestyle interventions that may favorably affect health.
The union's new National Executive Director Kim Roberts Hedgpeth told delegates during a wide-ranging speech that the union will be diligent in retaining its reach as technology continues to change the radio and recording industries.
Dottori supports the government in its efforts to be diligent on environmental issues, but the government holds some of the toughest regulations on effluents in the world.
In the Book of Common Prayer, candidates for the priesthood are asked, "Will you be diligent to frame and fashion your own selves, and your families, according to the doctrine of Christ; and to make both yourselves and them, as much as in you lieth, wholesome examples and patterns to the flock of Christ?
They have had to be diligent with cost cutting and have identified many areas for more efficiency, allowing them to run the mm.