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There are whole tribes made up of Sunnis and Shi'as that resulted from this foresighted approach.
Bernanke says that Hamilton's place on the bill is justified as being "among the greatest of our founders for his contributions to achieving American independence and creating the Constitution alone," but also for being "without doubt the best and most foresighted economic policymaker in U.S.
Addressing on the occasion, Ameer Haider Khan Hoti said that the slain ANP leader Azam Khan Hoti was a veteran and foresighted political leader and such leaders born once in hundred years.
What Franklin had to say about financial self-reliance was amazingly foresighted. The Franklin gem--"If you know how to spend less than you get, you have the philosopher's stone"--is as relevant today as it was in the 1700s.
"It's going to be the more foresighted media managers who are going to say that they can't count on that forever, and will have to start making plans right now."
Rarely in modern history have we seen such decisive statesmanship, reflecting a rare combination of realism, honesty, humility, boldness and foresighted leadership.
"While some of the advice is dated, some is very foresighted and incredibly similar to the guidance given out today, such as taking exercise for at least half an hour daily."
We are embracing the hottest ever year the 2014 with no change in carbon consumption but rather the usage of oil is increasing leading to yet a bigger pollution problem as foresighted by the futurists of today.
"The early pioneers were amazingly brave and foresighted," says Dore.
Cyprus should do the same with Turkey through a foresighted Gas monetization strategy.
Sy has already foresighted as early as that time the rising cost of electricity.
Foresighted insurers support a student internship between their junior and senior years, then apply rotational training so the new employee can learn about areas such as marketing, underwriting and claims, Marlett says.