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We will hold it in Shizuoka of course, and I think having the game in Tokyo will really mean something.
We want every game to be important, every three points to mean something.
Part of the word will mean something to them in their language, which can help them figure it out in English, she says.
That's why I went there on September the 12th, 2002, to give the speech, the speech that called the UN into account, that said if you're going to pass resolutions, let's make sure your words mean something .
That doesn't mean something positive hasn't occurred.
Does it mean something that turns out literate and numerate beings at the end of several years?
If this term is necessary, then it must clearly mean something beyond the other terms we already have, like lean enterprise, virtual enterprise, agile enterprise, and learning organization.
I reach deep inside myself to make images that mean something to me, because then they will mean something to others.
As for Stroman, she once explained why she's happier choreographing in period than for contemporary characters: "Contemporary times mean something different to everyone," she said.
X talks about "relapsing-remitting MS", he may mean something very different than Dr.
And there, perhaps, our Lenten failing: our frequent inability to make this Lent mean something to others.
Taken together with other things, it might mean something," says Gloersen, who worked with William J.