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COLIN Farrell has opened up about the "amazing" moment his eldest son took his first steps.
First Step is an extensive training and development programme officially sponsored by ExxonMobil Qatar.
The charity wants to reach out to people who might be losing their hearing and help them to take the first step in transforming their lives for the better.
As such, this volume is a ripe field for taking the first steps toward a synthesis.
The correct placement of the first step should be under the hips.
Although there are many questions to be posed, this might be a first step in making the audit truly independent.
Competitors were asked to design a prototypical individualized dwelling unit and the layout of 19 such units on a typical floor of The Andrews--Common Ground's lodging house on the Bowery--which will shortly be renovated to house the First Step Housing Program.
It would be a long journey from such individual contacts to building better relations between different religious and ethnic groups, let alone nations, but, as the proverb says, `The longest journey starts with the first step.
This allows you to move money back and forth, a good first step in building your portfolio.
As a first step, INBio recently worked out a unique deal with Merck & Company, the largest producer of medicines in the world.
When symptoms of possible depression seem severe or continue for more than a few weeks, an evaluation by the child's pediatrician to rule out a physical illness would be a good first step.
Canon recognizes that capturing an image is only the first step towards the full enjoyment of digital photography and movie making.