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Meaningful policies include: ( A ) kinds of cars the state should own, ( B ) when cars should be traded, ( C ) the need and assignment of vehicles, ( D ) use of cars in lieu of mileage allowances, ( E ) employees taking cars home, and ( F ) need for liability insurance on state automobiles.
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Meaningful statements about power must always specify the context in which the resources may ( or may not ) be converted into behavior.
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Rosen ’ s purpose is to promote the effectiveness and work of Need in Deed, and Rosen ultimately shows that this method of working with urban youth is an effective teaching method and social intervention: “ Meaningful service that addresses a root cause and meets an authentic community need: the best of service-learning and civic engagement ” ( Rosen ).
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One of the major issues relating to the use of speech recognition in healthcare is that the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 ( ARRA ) provides for substantial financial benefits to physicians who utilize an EMR according to " Meaningful Use " standards.
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The Cure played a version of their song " Grinding Halt ", retitled for that performance as " Desperate Journalist In Ongoing Meaningful Review Situation ", on the John Peel radio show, with new lyrics parodying Morley's writing style after an unfavourable review of their debut album Three Imaginary Boys.
The Dalai Lama contributed a foreword to Buddhism in the Tibetan Tradition, while Trijang Rinpoche and Ling Rinpoche ( who each held the position of Ganden Tripa ) also provided forewords for his books Meaningful to Behold ( which was dedicated to the long life of the Dalai Lama ) and Clear Light of Bliss ( which was dedicated to the late Trijang Rinpoche ), respectively.
* With Penny Keyes, 1984: The Power of Unconditional Love: 21 Guidelines for Beginning, Improving, and Changing Your Most Meaningful Relationships.
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Meaningful family traditions have always been a valuable tool for parents and elders to carry out the responsibility of raising children and inculcating into them social values and ethos.
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Meaningful learning, on the other hand, implies there is a comprehensive knowledge of the context of the facts learned.
Two of his books are commentaries on Indian Mahayana texts: the book Ocean of Nectar is a commentary to Chandrakirti's Guide to the Middle Way, and Meaningful to Behold is a commentary to Shantideva's Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life or Bodhicharyavatara.
Snowdon's book on the Nun study, Aging with Grace: What the Nun Study Teaches Us About Leading Longer, Healthier, and More Meaningful Lives, won a Christopher Award in 2002.
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Meaningful high-resolution measurements require a good understanding of the instrument specifications, good control of the measurement conditions, and traceability of the calibration of the instrument.
His line by line commentary to the entire root text is entitled " Meaningful to Behold – The Bodhisattva's Way of Life " 1980.
Meaningful learning is the concept that learned knowledge ( e. g., a fact ) is fully understood to the extent that it relates to other knowledge.
On February 27, 2009, he was a guest presenter at the Science of a Meaningful Life seminar " Building Compassion, Creating Well-being ", along with University of California, Berkeley and Greater Good Science Center Executive Director Dacher Keltner.
His first book published in 1980 was a commentary to Shantideva's Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life called Meaningful to Behold.
Geshe Kelsang's dedications to the long life of the Dalai Lama found in earlier editions of Meaningful to Behold are omitted from the fourth edition ( 1994 ) onwards.
Meaningful speculations indicate that it was meant as a contraction of the two German nouns Schrei ( scream ) and Tanz ( dance ), i. e., Schr-anz.
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Extreme instances of persecution include the pogroms which preceded the First Crusade in 1096, the expulsion from England in 1290, the massacres of Spanish Jews in 1391, the persecutions of the Spanish Inquisition, the expulsion from Spain in 1492, Cossack massacres in Ukraine, various pogroms in Russia, the Dreyfus affair, the Final Solution by Hitler's Germany, official Soviet anti-Jewish policies and the Jewish exodus from Arab and Muslim countries.
Discrimination may include, among other things, limiting or classifying a job applicant or employee in an adverse way, denying employment opportunities to people who truly qualify, or not making reasonable accommodations to the known physical or mental limitations of disabled employees, not advancing employees with disabilities in the business, and / or not providing needed accommodations in training materials or policies, and the provision of qualified readers or interpreters.
The LAFTA agreement had important limitations: it only refers to goods, not to services, and it does not include a coordination of policies.
Important constraints to economic development include the CAR's landlocked position, a poor transportation system, a largely unskilled work force, and a legacy of misdirected macroeconomic policies.
Its policies include the legal equality of all men, the citizen's right to own property and opposition to dictatorship.
Programs supported by the DPP include social welfare policies involving the rights of women, senior citizens, children, young people, labour, indigenous peoples, farmers, and other disadvantaged sectors of the society.
Political goals include changing laws and policies in order to gain new rights, benefits, and protections from harm.
They would include the withdrawal of toleration of speech and assembly from groups and movements which promote aggressive policies, armament, chauvinism, discrimination on the grounds of race and religion, or which oppose the extension of public services, social security, medical care, etc "
Other examples of administrative controls include the corporate security policy, password policy, hiring policies, and disciplinary policies.
Many marine insurance underwriters will include " time element " coverage in such policies, which extends the indemnity to cover loss of profit and other business expenses attributable to the delay caused by a covered loss.
Or it could include sequestration of proprietary or operational information, such as that on customer datasets, pricing, sales, marketing, research and development, policies, prospective bids, planning or marketing strategies or the changing compositions and locations of production.
This may include the negotiation of wages, work rules, complaint procedures, rules governing hiring, firing and promotion of workers, benefits, workplace safety and policies.
Some examples would include the European Union which, while it does not hold much political sway on a national level ; has the authority to dictate some laws of member nations and impose norms and policies that may not have been voted for by national referendum.
Many social democratic parties, particularly after the Cold war, adopted neoliberal-based market policies that include privatisation, liberalisation, deregulation and financialisation ; resulting in the abandonment of pursuing the development of moderate socialism in favour of market liberalism.
The elements, or parts, can include people, hardware, software, facilities, policies, documents: all things required to produce system-level results.
Keynesian models recommend government interventions designed to increase demand for workers ; these can include financial stimuli, publicly funded job creation, and expansionist monetary policies.
Although there were initial scandals in his first term, Grant remained popular in the country and was re-elected a second term in 1872. Notable accomplishments as President include policies for the protection of African Americans in the Reconstruction states as well as Native Americans in the West, the Treaty of Washington in 1871, and the Specie Payment Resumption Act in 1875.
These include regular consultations and development of common policies covering trade, investment, banking and finance, transportation, telecommunications, and other technical areas, including protection of intellectual property rights.
The extent of any informal roles and functions of the Vice President depend on the specific relationship between the President and the Vice President, but often include tasks such as drafter and spokesperson for the administration's policies, adviser to the President, and being a symbol of American concern or support.
In Western, Northern and Central Europe ( France, Norway, Denmark, the Low Countries, and the annexed portions of Czechoslovakia ) Germany established economic policies through which it collected roughly 69. 5 billion reichmarks ( 27. 8 billion US Dollars ) by the end of the war ; this figure does not include the sizable plunder of industrial products, military equipment, raw materials and other goods.
Other ceremonies sometimes associated with the Westminster system include an annual Speech from the Throne ( or equivalent ) in which the Head of State gives a special address ( written by the government ) to parliament about what kind of policies to expect in the coming year, and lengthy State Opening of Parliament ceremonies that often involve the presentation of a large ceremonial mace.
Other factors in the prolongation of the Great Depression include trade wars and the reduction in international trade caused by trade barriers such as Smoot-Hawley Tarriff in the US and the Imperial Preference policies of Great Britain, the failure of central banks to act responsibly, government policies designed to prevent wages from falling, such as the Davis-Bacon Act of 1931, during the deflationary period resulting in production costs dropping slower then sales prices and thereby injuring business profitability and increases in taxes to reduce budget deficits and to support new programs such as Social Security.