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She added that the need to be morally honoured is equal to the need for material gratification.
The savings the company hopes to achieve are roughly equal to the need to reduce costs by some 30 man-years during 2009 and 2010.
While some might believe unskilled labor is easier to come by than skilled labor, the need for entry-level jobs is nearly equal to the need for engineers and sales people.
75 MW facility will generate energy equal to the needs of more than 23,000 Montana homes.
THIS was a King George that stripped the senses back to bare metal, but it was salvaged by a man equal to the needs of the hour in John Gosden, triumphant in the race and nothing less than magisterial in its aftermath.
Working alongside employers to develop training programmes for their workers so their skills are relevant and equal to the needs of the industry is necessary but clients need to do their bit to support us.
The turbine, which will stand at 60 metres high - half the height of the Dublin Spire - will produce between 850 and 900 kilowatts of power at full output - equal to the needs of about 700 houses.
Global, inveterate client relationships once thought unshakeable will undergo periodic scrutiny to prove to the client's management that the trusted security provider still possesses capablilities equal to the needs of the moment.
For Kozol, the solution is clear: "Funding and resources should be equal to the needs that children face," he writes.
These projects are yielding energy savings equal to the needs of about 40,000 U.
The improvements at the company's Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Baytown and Beaumont, Texas; and Edison, New Jersey, chemical plants are yielding energy savings equal to the needs of more than 19,000 households and reductions in carbon dioxide emissions of more than 220,000 tons per year.