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These initiatives did not produce economic recovery during his term, but served as the groundwork for various policies laid out in Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal.
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These associations succeeded in sending settlers to New Guinea and lobbied successfully for the establishment of a government agency to subsidise these initiatives ( in 1938 ).
These initiatives have included heavy investment, on behalf of the City and its partners, and the creation of a Downtown Kitchener Action Plan.
These early initiatives led to the establishment of the World Commission on Environment and Development ( WCED ) and the adoption of the Montreal Protocol and Basel Convention.
These research initiatives led to more than 5, 000 research publications and review articles in peer-review journals.
These new entities are pressing forward with the help of changing social norms and management initiatives.
These initiatives were partially aimed at combating the " brain drain ", and Manley himself stated that " Canada needs to pursue policies that will make it a magnet for brains, attracting them from elsewhere and retaining the ones we have.
These initiatives changed the marketplace where an increasing number of low-emitting products has become available during the last decades.
These differing results suggest that it is important for executive leaders to consider the match between strategic initiatives and organizational culture when determining how to embed a culture that produces competitive advantage.
These include initiatives aimed at giving people and organizations the knowledge to conduct business productively in every corner of the world.
These initiatives develop young people ’ s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and live successfully as self-sufficient adults.
These initiatives focus on meeting the significant and specific needs identified within Boys & Girls Clubs.
These initiatives may be seen as a first step towards the creation of a region-wide economic community.
These reform-related initiatives eventually gave rise to the Institute of Public Affairs, a major think-tank in Warsaw, which the Foundation helped to establish in 1995.
These meetings, consisting of round tables on different issues and of a common time of prayer has done much to further understanding and friendship between religious leaders and to further concrete peace initiatives.
These leaders are responsible for the development of strategic initiatives and oversee the work of the Ministry and Mission Resource teams, as well as providing administrative support to local churches.
These policy initiatives increased pressure on the federal government to get involved, both to assist those provinces which had introduced programs, and to deal with the perceived inequity in those provinces whose citizens did not yet have coverage for hospital care.
These campaigns are initiatives of the International Trade Union Confederation and the Education International with which LabourStart has an ongoing partnership in promoting workers ' rights through online campaigns.
These were highly sensitive portfolios which were intended be very much at the centre of policy initiatives in the 1987 government.
These initiatives and the surveys are further supplemented by an open flow of information on all contract carriers between AMC and the FAA through established liaison officers .”
These policy initiatives tried to stimulate the economy through methods other than the reduction of short-term interest rates.
These initiatives were opposed by much of the Army, the opposition UCR, and among others Perón's point man on national oil policy, YPF head Julio Canessa, who was dismissed.
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These public efforts were rare because Mr. Rayburn normally did his counseling, persuading and educating long before an issue reached its test on the House floor.
These problems frequently arise where a firm is making items for the Government not directly along the lines of its normal civilian business or where the Government specifications require operations that the firm did not understand when it undertook the contract.
These cut-down plants will bud and blossom in record time and will behave just as they did in early spring.
These children have been described as those who were trying to say something to adults who did not understand.
These inwardly dramatic moments showed the kind of `` opera style '' of which Beethoven was genuinely capable, but which did not take so kindly to the mechanics of staging.
These terms have historically been applied to any astronomical object orbiting the Sun that did not show the disk of a planet and was not observed to have the characteristics of an active comet, but as small objects in the outer Solar System were discovered, their volatile-based surfaces were found to more closely resemble comets, and so were often distinguished from traditional asteroids.
These leagues did not consider themselves " minor " – a term that did not come into vogue until St. Louis Cardinals GM Branch Rickey pioneered the farm system in the 1930s.
These continuous tension – discontinuous compression structures featured single force compression members ( no flexure or bending moments ) that did not touch each other and were ' suspended ' by the tensional members.
These rules did allow the fighters an advantage not enjoyed by today's boxers: They permitted the fighter to drop to one knee to begin a 30-second count at any time.
The late author Sheldon H. Harris in his book " Factories of Death: Japanese Biological Warfare, 1932-1945, and the American cover up " wrote that, The test program, could be part of Project AGILE or Project OCONUS which began in fall 1962 and which was funded at least through fiscal year 1963, was considered by the Chemical Corps to be “ an ambitious one .” The tests were designed to cover “ not only trials at sea, but Arctic and tropical environmental tests as well .” The tests, presumably, were conducted at what research officers designated, but did not name, “ satellite sites .” These sites were located both in the continental United States and in foreign countries.
These notes featured an image of King George V ( Bank of England notes did not begin to display an image of the monarch until 1960 ).
These are usually ' temps ' ( temporary workers ) or consultants who, depending on the project and their experience, might be brought on to lead a task for which the skill-set did not exist within the company, or in the case of a temp, in the vernacular sense, to perform busy-work or an otherwise low-skilled repetitive task for which an employee is deemed too valuable to perform.
These means of restraining private feuds did not always work, and sometimes prevented the fulfillment of justice.
These were some of the first reinforced concrete buildings, and their plans did not contain enough details ( such as how much reinforcing bar had been embedded in the concrete ) to be sure they were safe, so the engineers recommended demolition.
These clutches were lubricated with conventional oil, but the wrap was so effective that the lubricant did not defeat the grip.
These situations did not require a heavy rifle, firing full-power rifle bullets with long-range accuracy.
These two natures " did not separate for a moment or the twinkling of an eye " ( Coptic Liturgy of Saint Basil of Caesarea ).