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In Intentional Living: Choosing a Life That Matters(Center Street/Hachette Book Group), Maxwell will show you the way to live a life of significance through intentional acts of service to others.
It was published by Intentional Insights, a nonprofit devoted to inspiring people to refine and reach their goals.
BEIRUT: Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri denounced Monday Israeli attacks on Palestinians at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, describing them as "an intentional and deliberate crime.
the California Court of Appeal held that when an insured's intentional act results in damage, it is not an accident merely because the insured did not intend to cause the damage.
There were 3031 intentional self-harm hospitalisations in New Zealand in 2012.
It means being intentional about everything you do.
The global data standards organization for the insurance industry, ACORD, announced that it has chosen Intentional Software s platform for creating the next generation Standards Development Platform (SDP) to manage and publishACORD Standards, it was declared during 2014 ACORD LOMA Forum in Orlando, Florida.
Washington, July 30 ( ANI ): Whether the act is intentional or not helps us perceive how harmful it is, a new study has suggested.
Intentional teachers are identified as maintaining the habit of informed reflection as they plan, teach, reflect on, and revise the effectiveness of their practices.
Summary: Vehicle fires represent 54 per cent of the total number of intentional fire accidents witnessed over a three year period.
This article will address the question of what happens in New York when two counts are charged in the alternative--specifically, intentional murder and depraved indifference murder--and the jury convicts on one of the counts.
Summary: DUBAI: Drake & Scull Intentional (DSI), a supplier of engineering services to the construction industry, .