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Coxton further said that the "highly discerning clients in China will no doubt appreciate" the sparkle and transparency exhibited by De Beers' specially selected diamonds.
The new Allinson range is designed to drive our leadership further in the premium brown sector and appeal to the more affluent, younger and discerning consumer who is attracted to the premium with bits sector.
So it's pleasing to see our MPs are discerning when it comes to shopping.
in Cairo) emphasizes being discerning consumers of research on language issues as well as being able to conduct research.
According to Rosenzweig, the process of discerning how and when one responds authentically to the divine command transpires through the practice of studying sacred texts with others.
LaReau, in her book Getting a Life: How to Find Your True Vocation (Orbis Books, Maryknoli Press), views discerning our personal vocation as a life journey, as a "process of continuing conversion, of continually opening ourselves up to our deepest, most heart-felt desire, which is, ultimately, God's desire for us.
A student-teacher relationship is often the vital key to discerning vocation.
Gold diggers need not apply either, she adds: "[The millionaires] are paying me to be discerning in order to arrange the best possible matches.
Standing in the great tradition of Tocqueville and Burckhardt, he combines probity and courage in his "censorial inspection" of modern progressivists and positivists; in his opposition to the ravaging forces of historical determinism, materialism, mechanism; and in his emphasis on the need for religious understanding in the concomitant search for historial understanding, or as Congdon writes in the two last sentences of his discerning reconsideration regarding Lukacs's basic preoccupations: "It is to help others to remember, or to come to know, an earlier and better time.
They cater to discerning upscale travelers seeking a lodging experience of high comfort and prestige, according to Garibay.
For Catholics, who believe that the Church is an institution guided by God for the purpose of teaching faith and morality, bishops play a significant role in discerning what His will is.
Phrases such as picturesque, new and exciting vistas, marketing of the area for the discerning visitor and public enjoyment have a hollow ring when one remembers the reality, that in the midst of all this beauty the erection of Europe's biggest wind farm has just been approved by the local planning authority, Ceredigion County Council.