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Like the caribou and wolf, grunt and grouper, theirs is an ancient mutual relationship.
Besides, in its attempt to reinforce the mutual relationship with dealers, Wataniya takes the opportunity to honor its dealers for their endless effort to support its leading stand in the Telecom market and bring it closer to its customers.
He develops creatively how each of the sons may have viewed their actions and their mutual relationship as well as developing a look at each of them, individually, from the viewpoint of the Pharisees.
of Hong Kong), together make a strong case for an integrated sociolinguistics that investigates the mutual relationship between the social and the semiotic.
Hashem cherished the mutual relationship that gathers Pio-Tech and Housing Bank for Trade and Finance, he also expressed his trust in Pio-TechAAEs consultants to convey advanced technological solutions to fulfill the distinguish needs of the financial institutionsAo.
We know millions of Americans place a tremendous amount of trust with their credit unions, and relationships such as this new Humana-CUNA Mutual relationship are vital to Humana's continued success as one of the nation's leading Medicare Part D health-benefit plan sponsors," said Lance Hoeltke, vice president of strategic alliances with Humana.
With an emphasis on the mutual relationship of stewardship that we need to have with our urban forests, the program features input from conservation organizations such as the Sacramento Tree Foundation, Baton Rouge Green, Trees Atlanta, the USDA Forest Service, Environmental Action Coalition, and of course, yours truly.
This is the type of mutual relationship that needs to be enhanced, and I'm sure Simon Bazalgette, a key player on the TurfTV side, will make that a priority when he takes on his new role as chief executive of the Jockey Club, now manager of racing's commercial assets rather than its rule-maker.
Benefits in a mutual relationship, as well as costs, can take a while to tease out, notes microbial ecologist Cameron Currie of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The way the process works for me really involves both artists and a mutual relationship and understanding with the music, the composer, the poetry, the poet, to the piano, the voice, the colors of each instrument and to each other's strengths and limitations; a true collaborative process.
The Academy does not have enough space at present for its chapel, but the beautiful parish church is next door, and its vibrant parish administration and parishioners have established a healthy mutual relationship with the Academy.
As for "love," this is an overused, highly charged word for a feeling that grows over time between two people in a serious, committed, long-lasting, mutual relationship.
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