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Therefore it is important to support the collective energy thus becoming the winds of change.
Elsewhere, the winds of change continued to blow through the Valleys with Plaid Cymru's rule coming to an end in Caerphilly and Rhondda Cynon Taf as the electorate reverted to Labour.
What usually happens when you make the mistake of stagnating is that the winds of change blow the competition ahead and leave you ducking for cover.
The winds of change are blowing in Mexico City; the prospects for reducing the city's tragic congestion and air pollution--which ranks among the worst in the world, with particulate concentrations running at about double the World Health Organization's recommendations--may have improved slightly this year.
From September 12-14, 2003, pediatric nurses from across the country gathered at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Chicago for the 19th Annual Pediatric Nursing Conference entitled, "Pediatric Health Care in the 21st Century: Riding the Winds of Change.
However, the winds of change are blowing and new client demands mean that this isn't a viable way of working anymore - clients want more from their constructors and we have to adapt to deliver what they want.
So, in this way, the person can receive from Willow the capacity to bend and flex gracefully with the winds of change in their life, just as willows do.
PR may be the sun of the future and advertising the winds of change, but this book only skims the surface of the debate, and it's still too soon to rest assured that PR will indeed prevail.