Chris Zanger, Co-Founder, Mainstream
Real Estate Group, added, "Giving our agents the right tools to be successful is paramount.
1) We are the mainstream
and the liberals are the fringe.
That client-focused approach characterizes the way Burgess and McClelland were oriented long before they co-founded Mainstream
Technologies in 1996.
I've worked too hard over two years to develop a pool of reliable sources and nurture and gain the respect of mainstream
media to self-sabotage that by lying to my readers.
Furthermore, the mainstream
press has its own long rap sheet of inglorious moments, from the Jayson Blair and Stephen Glass scandals to the appalling coverage of Hurricane Katrina--and plenty that predate the new media, from covering up Soviet famine in the 1930s to hyping day care sex-abuse scandals in the 1980s.
1993) Eds, Rethinking Special Needs in Mainstream
At Alice Stevens School that fence between Alice Stevens (a special school) and Whitley Abbey (a mainstream
school next door) went up for the protection of the Alice Stevens kids.
Although both romance and mainstream
titles show how conflicts can be overcome, mainstream
titles are often funny, gossipy, dramatic, weepy or scandalous.
At a recent Sistersong membership meeting, members once again debated the risks and benefits of working with mainstream
Nina Hartley has a heterosexual population watching her, so maybe she has more mainstream
Susan Anthony, Thurgood Marshall, Cesar Chavez, Samuel Gompers and Franklin Roosevelt didn't challenge the mainstream
of their day.
The high cost was due in part to the fact that the new robusta coming on the market in the early 1990S could not be effectively utilized by mainstream
companies, which thus had to fill some of their cans with high-value arabica.