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And what about those who think that circumcision is a necessary attribute for leadership even when we know or should know that there is no correlation between genitalia and brains and leadership?
One is that leadership is a necessary attribute for all school librarians; the other is that school librarians must recognize the responsibility for ensuring equal access for all students.
Proper designing and implementation of clinical trials in order to identify individual as well as population variations from a given therapy has become a necessary attribute for the success of theranostics.
Over one-third of respondents noted communication skills are a necessary attribute of a strong leader.
Clairvoyance (je)--"the pleasure of having found the conjunction between two worlds and having been able to maintain itself there"--is a necessary attribute of novices, who must be able to distance themselves from the physical world in order to enter Nan Domi.
The work is divided into sections covering infamous representations of evil, victorious villains, community and familiar villains, and evil as a necessary attribute.
5) A necessary attribute of good science is being able to make accurate predictions.
Organizations that recognize the necessary attribute required to successfully mange and complete projects will continue to distance themselves from their competitors.
For example, if you don't see clear indications of a necessary attribute on a resume (e.
Self-regulation became a necessary attribute of empowerment in society.
In a 1986 paper on the past, present, and future of medical library education, Detlefsen and Galvin (1986) argued that alliances with other professional schools was a necessary attribute for successful medical library education; in particular, they stressed the need for alliances with faculty in medical schools, especially those with programs in the then-new field of medical informatics.
These include Rene Girard as media ecologist, Aristotle's energeia as a necessary attribute for moral communication in the new Flat World, communication at the speed of life, and matters of imagination and possibility.