break the pattern

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The briefing examines potential solutions to break the pattern of Qard reliance, which include obliging its write-off every three to five years, maintaining greater control over the fees charged to the policyholder funds by shareholders, operators moving toward a profit-sharing approach and the adoption of the Saudi Cooperative model.
This Act will roll back burdensome policies that negatively impact Americans, invest in the security for our families, and reduce unnecessary spending.With the ever growing threats around the world and the increasing potential for our troops to be harmed in "peacetime" incidents, it is imperative that we pass full funding bills and break the pattern of temporary funding that hurts our military.
We who see the emotional consequences of gods pretending to be God need to break the pattern. We could use genderless references to "Spirit," "Divinity," "the Sacred" and so on.
The DRIVE Act would finally break the pattern of repeated short-term patches, which have failed to provide the long-term investment needed to properly maintain and expand our nation's transportation infrastructure.
"He wants to break the pattern and will work with any of the (treatment) agencies available in prison," Mr Britton said.
It lets you know when your inactive times are, so you can start to break the pattern. It even gives you a gentle 'kick up the app' by making your phone vibrate if you've been inactive for too long.
So what, short of chopping the lot off, can be done to break the pattern? I've tested the latest products and best expert tips to find out
The two main Bangladeshi parties are both led by women who have the power to break the pattern of patriarchal corruption in the developing world's Muslim countries.
If you are always hanging out with the same people, break the pattern. Set up coffee or lunch meetings with someone new, and take the time to learn from others in the organization.
It takes us in to the middle-aged, overworked world of Barney Cashman who is desperately trying to break the pattern of his married life and enjoy an afternoon of passion with another woman - just once.
Oregonians are accustomed to low-key judicial elections, but 2012 could break the pattern.