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However, be sure not to overload users with too much animation that is not cohesive with the rest of the page.
However, despite all the effort that the European Union has so far made to promote overall infrastructure in our Region with projects financed by the European funds, the Region is still not cohesive enough.
He said: "We need a common strategy and common voice because being disparate and fragmented will be a barrier to success and give others the opportunity to say we are not cohesive.
The protesters' demands are simple but not cohesive.
I said at the time it was the best board I'd known in terms of skill sets and on paper it was," he said, "but you can have all the skill sets in the world and if they're not cohesive.
Given, then, that Marx and Law takes an approach to edited collections that makes cohesion difficult, and applies it to a collection of work that is itself notoriously not cohesive, it is perhaps not surprising that while Marx and Law includes some very high quality articles (e.
Referring to the G-8 plus five outreach countries, he said while Eoe1/4Eoad hocEoe1/4A[yen] expansions of the grouping were a useful way of broadening the range of consultations, the group was not cohesive and did not have special legitimacy within UN.
The expanded group is not cohesive since the countries included for purposes of outreach do not participate fully in the proceedings, or the preparations, and the expanded group therefore does not have a composite identity.
Apart from the deafening sound of crackers, the general view of the Sinhala people on this victory is not cohesive or unanimous.
England were booed off after Wednesday's draw with the Czech Republic and Cohen, 68 - England's right-back in 1966 - said: "We were pedestrian - very stale, static, not cohesive at all and playing with no flair or imagination.
He opposed political pluralism claiming that the country was not cohesive enough.