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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.
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These striking, modernistic buildings on the East River are open to the public and every weekday guided tours are available.
These countries must formulate a comprehensive, long-term program covering the objectives of both the private and the public sectors of the economy.
These men -- for the most part educated in our `` best '' New England colleges, well established financially and socially in the community -- under kindly but insistent probing, reveal little or no objective or explicit criteria or data for their generalizations about the interests and attitudes of the people they claim to serve, or about the public responses that actually follow their occasional breach of a `` client-service relationship ''.
These days, many authors supplement their income from book sales with public speaking engagements, school visits, residencies, grants, and teaching positions.
These include four national forests and one national preserve within state borders that provide over 25 % of the state's public recreation land.
These bills were endorsed by public health and medical organizations, including the American Holistic Nurses ’ Association, the American Medical Association, and the American Public Health Association ( APHA ).
These edicts often pertained to matters such as the regulation of the public markets, or what we might call " economic regulation ".
These studies have been challenged by several Brazilian ministries, which assert that recent improvements in environmental laws, enforcement and public attitudes have fundamentally reduced the threat posed to forests by such projects.
These high-priority agents pose a risk to national security, can be easily transmitted and disseminated, result in high mortality, have potential major public health impact, may cause public panic, or require special action for public health preparedness.
These center on the capabilities and limitations of doctors and other health-service providers, people identified with genetic conditions, and the general public in dealing with genetic information.
These were considered the most important kinds of music for performance and hence enjoyed greatest success in the public estimation.
These could be excommunicated, and after an appropriate time and public penance, be received back into the communion and good graces of the Church.
These forecourts are typically fronted by large stones and it is thought the area in front of the cairn was used for public rituals of some kind.
These conditions can be achieved through improvements in macroeconomic and fiscal framework, public administration, and labour market flexibility.
These doors are generally red or brown in color and bear a resemblance to the more formal doors found in other British Colonies ' public houses.
These funds are often used by public officials, civil-rights organizations, and public-interest organizations.
These airborne soil particles are often contaminated with toxic chemicals such as pesticides or petroleum fuels, posing ecological and public health hazards when they later land, or are inhaled / ingested.
These laws regulated public drinking water systems, toxic substances, pesticides, and ocean dumping ; and protected wildlife, wilderness, and wild and scenic rivers.
These sensational stories piqued public interest in a profession largely off-limits to human interest news reporting, a natural consequence of the secrecy inherent to their work.
These and efforts
These interventions were meant to put an end to democratic liberalization efforts and uprisings that had the potential to compromise Soviet hegemony inside the Eastern bloc, which was considered by the Soviets to be an essential defensive and strategic buffer in case hostilities with NATO were to break out.
These efforts spread Confucian ideals to students who then became officials in many of the royal courts in China, thereby giving Confucianism the first wide-scale test of its dogma.
These stories frequently show the activities of many members of a police force or government agency in their efforts to apprehend a killer who is selecting victims on some obscure basis.
These efforts are largely focused around policy and planning ; communication and learning ; and project development and management.
He considered ' These phantasies include a great deal of the true constitutional essence of the subject's personality ' and that the energetic man ' is one who succeeds by his efforts in turning his wishful phantasies into reality ', while the artist ' can transform his phantasies into artistic creations instead of into symptoms ... the doom of neurosis '.
These cats were removed through efforts which began in the mid-1960s and lasted until 1990 when they were completely eradicated.
These efforts were funded entirely by the church in Geneva, as the city council had refused to become involved in missionary activities at the time.
These were given to the captains directly by the Emperor to reward their efforts in the conquests, and they in turn were to grant benefices to their warrior contingents, who were a mix of free and unfree men.
These facilitated information retrieval and data mining efforts, which have in recent years begun to relate to knowledge representation.
These odd sanctuaries have proven so popular and lucrative for ecotourism that efforts exist to prevent removal of the mines.
These " aether-wind " experiments led to a flurry of efforts to " save " aether by assigning to it ever more complex properties, while only few scientists like Emil Cohn or Alfred Bucherer considered the possibility of the abandonment of the aether concept.
These efforts, however, were not entirely successful ; the working class largely remained unreconciled with Bismarck's conservative government.
These included large and small efforts in all areas of the automotive landscape — most notably in the realm of pickup trucks ( such as the Mazda B-Series, which spawned a Ford Courier variant in North America in 1972 ) and smaller cars.
These efforts organized national resources sufficiently in the defense of England against the far larger and more powerful Spanish Empire, and in turn paved the foundation for establishing a global empire in the 19th century.
These efforts proved successful ; a standard was complete by 1974, and was approved, on September 15, 1977, as ANSI standard, X11. 1-1977.
These efforts had important effects, but they lacked any central organization and planning, and failed to meet many of Europe's more fundamental needs.
These efforts, however, were hampered by reactionary movements, partly from the religious leadership, but primarily from the Janissary corps, who had become anarchic and ineffectual.
These two forms reflect different resource situations: polyandry with shared parental care is more likely in very difficult environments, where the efforts of more than two parents are needed to give a reasonable chance of rearing young successfully.
These efforts produced an instrument which so pleased Beauchamp that he told Dopyera that they should go into business to manufacture them.