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"Top 10 Ways to Defuse Your Congregational Time Bomb" is a guide for church leaders to become community mediators who help their congregation solve conflicts in the most peaceful and faith inspiring ways possible.
By refusing to retain and recruit older staff who want to work, employers are accelerating the demographic time bomb the economy is resting on."
"It was like [everyone thought] we were a time bomb waiting te explode."
And the incident that set off the time bomb was the decision of the Texas Western coach, Don Haskins, to start five black players.
After watching Skate and Destroy or Time Bomb, we then have the proper empowerment and confidence to go back out into the streets, the facade of real life shut out by the beautiful simplicity of the act of rolling on a Skateboard.
His wife claims she isn't his wife and disappears with their young daughter, Katla; leaving their home, a time bomb triggered to kill anyone who enters it.
In January, members of the International Climate Change Task Force warned that drastic measures were needed to avert the "ecological time bomb" posed by global warming.
Saying current landfill financial assurance rules and landfill regulations are a "ticking time bomb"
* Saying current landfill financial assurance rules and landfill regulations are a "ticking time bomb" and that the current situation stifles recycling, the GrassRoots Recycling Network, Madison, Wis., and the Sierra Club, San Francisco, have started pressuring the California Integrated Waste Management Board, (CIWMB) to rethink the state's landfill regulations.
He urged people to take more exercise and stop the time bomb ticking.