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It is hard to imagine that any of Hamou's responses could evoke mutual understanding and profound respect from his Christian and Jewish colleagues at the CJCML.
Jan Parker, of the Association of Family Therapy, agreed, saying couples needed to build mutual understanding in order to cope with difficult times.
A regular flow of technical data and information will increase our mutual understanding and permit a more healthy spirit of confidence to be built up--ensuring, at the same time that fears amongst some in Europe on a perceived over-reliance on one external supplier can be overcome.
Although both friends had engaged in a multitude of conversations over the years in congregations and mosques, in the wake of September 11, 2001, they were constantly on the road together, encouraging open dialogue and mutual understanding amid a climate of rising fear and hostility.
Harris (formerly Chair of the Theatre Departments of Columbia University, Texas Christian University, and Southern Methodist University) is an eclectic and intrinsically interesting interpretation and collection of the works and influence of two outstanding visionaries and the mutual understanding the two of them shared.
We believe that in the process of making such efforts, mutual understanding and a relationship of trust for building a future-oriented Japan-South Korea relationship will be reinforced,'' he added.
Finally, the contributors of this text believe that due to the various forms of diversity the value of the book is in the creation of dialogue, which creates a space for mutual understanding and ultimately for mutual enrichment.
SAF/IARP seeks to expand this overlap by promoting mutual understanding and goodwill between the USAF and host nation air forces.
The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) conducts fellowship programs for foreign researchers to promote international cooperation in and mutual understanding through scientific research in Japan.
The objective of the Outcome Assessment of the Visiting Fulbright Scholar Program is to document the contribution of the "Fulbright experience" to the professional and personal lives of Program alumni and to demonstrate--in quantitative and qualitative terms--the Program's effectiveness in achieving its legislative goal of fostering mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries.
Whether that integrative act takes place at the strategic or the tactical level, the communicator's calling is to do just that--make sense of the divergent, clarify that which is unclear, and bring about mutual understanding.
It's important to emphasize both members of the creative process team--agency and client--because the mutual understanding of the role of advertising and marketing communications in achieving objectives is essential.