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PPI provides employee engagement strategies and effective career development programs that help employees become more resourceful, responsible and capable of achieving their desired results.
While a resilient floor, sturdy barre, and big, clean mirrors are studio standards, dancers and instructors are famously resourceful for dreaming up gear to complement the basic setup.
Kerry is a likable lass who is a bit sheltered and definitely prone towards anorexia when the going gets tough, but she is also intelligent and resourceful.
It reveals the struggles of survivors to cling to life to be heroic and resourceful, in a situation where lack of power and arms among Jews in general meant that direct resistance against the Nazis would only guarantee personal extermination.
Nick's experiences in the streets of New York shape him into a savvy, resourceful young man.
Even so, resourceful staph bacteria often snag iron from either of two alternate sources: heme, the ring-shaped portion of oxygen-carrying proteins such as hemoglobin, or a blood serum protein called transferrin.
30 at the Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn's Landing, recognizes outstanding, resourceful uses of Internet technology by an insurance organization.
Only if we go down this latter path, can we help such groups to be faithful to what is most profound, sophisticated and resourceful in their own heritage.
a designer, manufacturer and marketer of proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells for stationary applications, recently announced it has received a "CIO 100" award from IDG's CIO magazine, "which recognizes organizations around the world that demonstrate resourceful [information technology (IT)] management and practices.
Ever resourceful and never discouraged, Carver instructed a small group of students on how to collect materials--pots, pans, tubes, wire, etc.
She disassembles the fear some garbage ghoul, finding a resourceful way to recycle the resulting mess.
Pam Lewis brings us many talents, especially her enthusiastic embrace of issues of race and poverty, her fearless, resourceful reporting style that always gets the goods, and just plain old street smarts," said Editor and Publisher Laura S.