at one moment, but nonministerially the next--suggests an
In this respect the Prime Ministerially
led committee for Thames Gateway is a step in the right direction.
How tragic for us and for our church if strategies for ministerially
facilitating the healing touch of Jesus become the targets in the war on un-orthodoxy.
Given that the revenues are often entirely off-budget, incentives exist to divert resources away from normal governmental functions of the ministry to these activities in an attempt to generate ministerially
(and even personally) appropriable and discretionary revenues.
I will not miss working long hours on irrelevant ministerially
In the end, the model that he proposes for Japan is at first glance a highly particularistic one indeed: a "business-dominated, LDP-mediated and partly pluralized, and at the margins, ministerially
rationalized and more pluralized within a strong vertical corporatist" political system.
German merger legislation is strongly competition oriented, although the Bundeskartellamt's recommendations can be overridden ministerially
on political grounds.(10) In the U.K., the oldest of the merger regimes, the legislation allows wider aspects of the public interest to be offset against competition concerns.
"Although I'm not ministerially
responsible for all aspects of the horse industry, I want to see whether I can help move forward some of the issues.
The health secretary is convening a ministerially
led short-life working group to take forward measures that support "open and honest workplace cultures".
"Instead of transparency and openness, we have the Secretary of State defending himself and saying that on that day he was eating privately, not ministerially
In London, meanwhile, an official inquiry into Britain's role in torture and rendition since 9/11 says the government has provided information about the UK's role in the affair, and Whitehall sources defended intelligence agencies' actions by saying they were following "ministerially
authorised government policy".
Those FitzGerald has in mind, who live in such radical openness to God, and who at one level may "not quite know who they are anymore," nonetheless live lives that are "remarkably self-possessed and loving, ministerially
effective and at the height of their scholarly achievements." (24) The purification of memory has robbed them of frameworks that once informed their relationship to the world and to God; nonetheless, their transformed lives witness to the loving kindness of God in the new world in which they find themselves.