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During his visit, the Foreign Minister of Burundi will become acquainted with Finland s environmental, social and health care, and energy policies.
This forum is the perfect venue for industry professionals to become acquainted with MResult's new Aggregate Spend solution.
With luck, the thieves and thugs who have ganged together to terrorise English cities in recent days will soon become acquainted with the inside of police cells.
Such women favour long-term relationships but are "not easily satisfied by their long-term partners and are especially motivated to become acquainted with other, presumably more desirable, men".
If you have not yet become acquainted with Japanese anemones, this is a good time of year to do so.
After years of media exposes and new research on fetal development, we have all become acquainted with the dangers of alcohol and tobacco use during pregnancy, and most pregnant women have responded accordingly.
As they become acquainted with the courage and caring of the other, Hope and Conn make love.
Officers who take the initiative to become acquainted with the people in their communities who have autism will be even more prepared.
We North American Lutherans need to become acquainted with Palestinian Lutherans in the Holy Land and determine how we can support them in their witness for peace in that volatile situation.
Pagel urges people to become acquainted with those who live around them.
Visitors can learn how to write an effective business plan and become acquainted with the "five biggest mistakes top management can make during a major change.
We must not be silent in the face of anti-Semitism; rather, we must become acquainted with our Jewish friends and with their places of worship, celebrating all that we Christians share with them.