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Finding Ways, based in North Shields, provides online information about businesses within the tourism, hospitality, leisure and retail sectors so that people with disabilities, as well as parents of young children and the elderly, can find the most accessible venues to suit their needs.
"I enjoy community projects and finding ways for people to use their hands and be creative," he said of his decision to involve delegates in the project.
As her abuela and her mother start planning in earnest, including searching for the perfect pink dress and finding ways to solicit party funds and supplies, Violet's initial reluctance turns into curiosity about her heritage and the land her grandparents fled so many years before.
Finding ways to improve air service to the Superior East region is the aim of a $20,000 contribution by FedNor to hire a consultant to study the air industry in rural and remote communities.
Finding ways of directly linking semiconductor components and cells also may further medical and technological applications, he notes.
The challenge for companies today is to maintain a high quality of work while finding ways to increase productivity.
Jan Rintamaki, application marketing manager for cash grains at Case IH, said the company shares a common goal with Texas A&M -- finding ways to increase agricultural productivity.
"The Army wanted to maximize taxpayer dollars by finding ways to create efficiencies in its network operations," said Hopp Hopkins, vice president of OAO Corp., a Greenbelt, Md.-based provider of IT services, products and solutions.
Open communication between parents and children means finding ways to talk about negative or worrisome issues, as well as the positive things.
In these cases, environmental goods are divisible, rights are assignable, and we are in the ordinary realm of markets, where entrepreneurs are rewarded for finding ways to address the knowledge and value problems effectively.
Finding ways to live in harmony with each other and the other living creatures of earth, within a natural environment that harbors the cycles of all life, is not a trivial matter.
Headteacher Caroline Pryer said: "I have found that many of our pupils care passionately about the environment and we are interested in finding ways to make a positive impact on the environment.