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But before the convention could develop an effective financial program for others, it had to systematize its own procedures.
WHATEVER CPAs CAN DO TO SYSTEMATIZE the repetitive aspects of individual tax work and spread the workload over the year makes their lives easier and allows their firms to make more money.
To operate on recovery intelligence, the task force must collect, organize, systematize, analyze, and profile that intelligence at one location.
The only way to ensure the highest slurry performance and investment return is to systematize quality through a consistent, constant monitoring program.
We distil and systematize pipeline, financial, competitive product, mechanism of action, partnering, and patent information to provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date information available.
In an effort to systematize the process of learning how to listen, speech-language pathologists McDonald and Shaw-King have reworked their previous series of books for preschool to grade six into one volume and have incorporated new research on how children learn to listen and understand what they are hearing.
His real achievement--the one for which he will be remembered through the ages--is his unerring ability to systematize a library of medicine into a few volumes that are at once logical and useful.
Odem places her local study in the context of the national purity crusade and Progressive era efforts to systematize juvenile justice.
Insights and explanations dart and glance about in a pattern that illuminates but does not systematize.
Despite critics' attempts to systematize the art of literature, such categories must retain a degree of flexibility, for they can break down on closer scrutiny.