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So we need to smarten up and become more streetwise as to what's going on.
But top House of Lords official Black Rod, Lieutenant-General David Leakey, said police will smarten up for the Queen.
Tonnes of rubbish and bulky unwanted items were taken away, and the other work carried out really helped to smarten up the area.
But the doctors, nurses and administrators responsible for these failings need to smarten their act up.
These accessories never go out of style, are truly versatile and useful and can add a whimsical flair or dramatic touch to smarten up your everyday look.
The memorial to 19-year-old David Pattison, who suffered from a rare condition and died in April, is a reminder of his tireless work for other disabled youngsters and a symbol of efforts to smarten up the Westgrove shopping area, in Westlea, Seaham.
Ecumenically, it was not my job to tell them to smarten up and be like us.
A landmark Bergen County office building soon will smarten its neighborhood with a fresh look, compliments of the property's new ownership.
Rocker James Dean Bradfield has been told to smarten up his act by his new wife
A major European satellite services provider, Telespazio, is aiming for a rapid return on its investment in new business- oriented services, using the Smarten Convergent billing solution.
Billing, rating and service management solutions provider Smarten Software has launched Mobile IP, a solution aimed at offering a flexible billing cycle and personalised tariff packages.
Smarten, a customer care and IP billing specialist, is expanding into the UK market.