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Clients (not a valid statistical sample) also agree, but not as enthusiastically.
New Zealand has enthusiastically embraced free trade since the 1980s, and Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa (CAFCA) head Murray Horton charges that the legacy of this is a country where one third of children live in poverty, with "the fastest-growing economic divide between the rich and poor of any developed country." CAFCA says that foreign companies control 45 percent of New Zealand's Gross Domestic Product.
Bauer's call to arms was enthusiastically received by the audience of 300 Religious Right activists gathered for a three-day strategy session at the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C.
He startled her with a gruff, "What are you doing?" to [ which she smiled and enthusiastically replied, "I'm saving the starfish."
Local communities, invited by the City Council to submit ideas to use the money wisely, responded enthusiastically. Too enthusiastically, as it happens.
Every month, many CalCPA members enthusiastically volunteer their expertise and opinions to journalists throughout the state and across the nation on issues relating to the profession.
* A public speaker who can enthusiastically communicate scientific and business plans to a variety of audiences
Enthusiastically recommended for anyone considering vacationing in or moving to San Miguel, as well as for armchair travelers.
A marvelous compendium of beading projects, "Bead: Handmade Style" is an enthusiastically recommended addition to any personal or community library Crafts reference collection.
The resulting collaboration is a unique, original, one-of-a-kind, superbly presented and enthusiastically recommended Christmas picturebooks that combines science fiction with the values of the Christmas season.
Written with particular care and clarification for readers who may be personally unfamiliar with ancient Indian history, Hindu belief tenets, and similar matters, The Essence Of The Bhagavad Gita is enthusiastically recommended for public and college library shelves, as well as the personal shelves of any reader curious about what Hindu holy men have to say about this classic sacred text.
Wonderfully illustrated throughout with full color photography of finished dishes, "Three Guys From Miami Celebrate Cuban" is a particularly "user friendly" and enthusiastically recommended addition to any kitchen cook's ethnic cuisine oriented cookbook collection.