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campaign and seeks
For example, an " inbound " focused campaign seeks to drive more customers " through the door ", giving the sales department a better chance of selling their product to the consumer.
Fuck Abstinence is a Scottish Socialist Youth Women's Group campaign that seeks to educate young women denied adequate sex education through the distribution of information on reproductive rights and to campaign for guarantees of such education in schools.
The term seeks to capture the uncertainty regarding own capability, adversary capability, and adversary intent during an engagement, operation, or campaign.
The " Branding Success " campaign seeks to raise about $ 500 Million for endowed scholarships and fellowships for students, $ 200 million toward attracting and retaining professors and researchers, $ 200 million for the construction and upgrading of educational and research facilities and $ 100 million to create and sustain programs and services to benefit Oklahomans.
A whispering campaign is a method of persuasion in which damaging rumors or innuendo are spread about the target, while the source of the rumors seeks to avoid being detected while spreading them ( for example, a political campaign might distribute anonymous flyers attacking the other candidate ).
Recently, the school launched a public information campaign called " Options ", which seeks to educate students on commuting alternatives, though it is not clear that the campaign has had any effect.
In Spring 2008, SHU finished third in the nation in the " ONE Campus Challenge ", a campaign that seeks to raise public awareness about the issues of global poverty, hunger, and disease.
A campaign to have the Clonsilla to Navan line reopened, seeks a commuter service to Dublin, initially via the existing Drogheda line, and then directly through reopening the direct line to Dublin via Dunboyne.
A political campaign is an organized effort which seeks to influence the decision making process within a specific group.
the NCCL stated they supported " any organisation that seeks to campaign for anything it wants within the law ".
Harmony quickly regrets this decision after recognizing Spike's renewed campaign against the Slayer, and even chases him out of her lair with a stake when he desperately seeks her help in the episode " Pangs.
In the past year, Human Rights First turned its efforts to a campaign to Stop Arms to Sudan, which seeks to halt the flow of arms fueling the crisis, from China and elsewhere, a critical step in resolving this humanitarian disaster.
In December 2007, the award went to The Harry Potter Alliance, a campaign that seeks to end discrimination, genocide, poverty, AIDS, global warming, and other " real-world Dark Arts ", relating these problems to the books.
The Poles are suspicious of the campaign led by Erika Steinbach, a daughter of a German officer in the German forces occupying Poland, made famous for her voting against Oder – Neisse line borders, who seeks reparations for the property lost by Germans expelled by Poland following the Second World War and to create the Centre Against Expulsions.
National maritime strategy seeks to deter war if at all possible, but if deterrence fails, to destroy enemy maritime forces, protect allied sea lines of communication, support the land campaign, and secure favorable leverage for termination of hostilities.
Their anger expressed and confronted, the two appear to repair their professional relationship, and Josh seeks Toby's advice covertly throughout the general election campaign.
A voter registration drive is an effort, often undertaken by a political campaign, political party, or other outside groups ( partisan and non-partisan ), that seeks to register to vote those who are eligible but not registered.
The campaign by PETA also seeks to draw attention to Australia's live sheep export trade.
The campaign seeks to:
SPEAK seeks to share their faith in God, as well as campaign for change in where they believe that currently there is injustice, such as world trade and third world debt.
Seddon was director of People's Pledge, a political campaign that seeks a referendum in the United Kingdom on the European Union, for its founding in 2011.

campaign and gain
He conquered Wales and attempted to use a succession dispute to gain control of the Kingdom of Scotland, though this developed into a costly and drawn-out military campaign.
In private, he was discouraged by the failure of his and Speer ’ s campaign to gain control of the home front.
The campaign was a huge success, not only stopping the sales decline, but causing a significant gain.
With the sale of Ian Rush to Juventus in 1987, Dalglish formed a new striker partnership of new signings John Aldridge and Peter Beardsley for the 1987 – 88 season, and he played only twice in a league campaign which saw Liverpool gain their 17th title.
Nepalese army fights various battles on the unification campaign these battles of Nepal unification help royal Nepalese army to gain more experiences with a gift of Unified Nepal.
If so many voters give their first preferences to the " weak " candidate that it ends up winning the first round, it is highly likely they will gain enough campaign momentum to have a strong chance of winning the runoff, too, and with it, the election.
The terms tactic and strategy are often confused: tactics are the actual means used to gain an objective, while strategy is the overall campaign plan, which may involve complex operational patterns, activity, and decision-making that lead to tactical execution.
The beer began to gain wide popularity in the mid 1960s with an innovative television advertising campaign featuring a very similar recording of the theme from the film The Magnificent Seven, images of working-class Australians at work and play, and a voice-over by notable Australian actor John Meillon.
To gain votes from recently enfranchised, unpropertied voters, Andrew Jackson launched his campaign for the 1828 election through a network of partisan newspapers across the nation.
The Red Army fought a disciplined and organized guerilla campaign against superior Japanese forces, allowing it to gain experience.
Poe started a campaign which she referred to as the " Re-POE-Session ", an attempt to gain control of her master recordings from her former record label, Atlantic Records, because they refused to re-release her albums although she was still under contract.
* The Spartan commander Phoebidas, who is passing through Boeotia on campaign, takes advantage of civil strife within Thebes to gain entrance to the city for his troops.
Parck indicated that Thrawn's campaign against the Republic was not solely out of a personal desire to gain power, but to prepare the galaxy against a coming threat-likely the Vong.
The Crusader Princes were suspicious of each other and of John, and neither wanted the other to gain from participating in the campaign.
In the campaign, the support of Wisconsin Senator Joseph McCarthy helped Dirksen to gain a narrow victory.
The issue of whether sabotage is a form of violence is difficult to resolve in purely philosophical terms, but the use of sabotage as a methodology can be contrasted with minor property damage that is a small but necessary part of a non-violent campaign methodology such as breaking locks and fences to gain entry to a site.
; 610-628: Jews of Galilee led by Benjamin of Tiberias gain autonomy in Jerusalem after revolting against Heraclius as a joint military campaign with ally Sassanid Empire under Khosrau II and Jewish militias from Persia, but are subsequently massacred.
Alfonso in turn sought to expand his influence in Northern Europe, as well as to gain Norwegian naval assistance for the campaign or crusade he had proposed in Morocco ( seeing that the Iberian Moors received backing overseas from North Africa ).
They hoped to gain the initiative by the establishment of forward magazines and an early opening of the campaign season.
The French campaign to gain the initiative began immediately.
The phrase " jump on the bandwagon " first appeared in American politics in 1848 when Dan Rice, a famous and popular circus clown of the time, used his bandwagon and its music to gain attention for his political campaign appearances.
In the same year, based on interest following The Artist, the " Consider Uggie " campaign was launched, which attempted to gain the dog a nomination for an Academy Award.
The program generated favorable reviews from The New York Times, which stated that the program helped viewers " gain perspective " about the " idea-oriented campaign ", and The Los Angeles Times, which labeled it " refreshingly clear " and " informative ".
The British sought to gain control with the Saratoga campaign in 1777, and frequently raided into the southern reaches of the department to interfere with the movement of military goods and personnel.

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