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Through and improvement
Through this, the exhibition was designed to inspire greater public enthusiasm and support for the constructive work and planning by engineers and public officials who had contributed so much toward improvement of streets and highways.
Through 13 games in 2008, the Royals were 8 – 5 and in first place in the AL Central, a vast improvement over their start from the previous season.
) Andrea L. Larson agreed with this vision a year later in Sustainable Innovation Through an Entrepreneurship Lens, stating entrepreneurs should be open to the opportunities for disruptive improvement based on sustainability.
Through our conscience, along with meaningful and consistent progress, the spiral will result in growth, change, and constant improvement.
Through Donghak he conducted a nationwide movement that aimed at social improvement through the renovation of old customs and ways of life.
Through Donghak he conducted a nationwide movement that aimed at social improvement through the renovation of old customs and ways of life.
Through a capital improvement program, funded by $ 675 million worth of bonds approved by voters in 2001 and 2005, major new construction, renovation, seismic-retrofitting and improvements to the infrastructure have taken place at CSM.
Through working with a large pool of some of the world's most talented quantitative analysts, economists and mathematicians from the financial industry and academia, transparency continues to be improved, leading to constant improvement.
Through his publications, he hoped to spread his ideals of the creation of common space and the improvement of city planning and develop an awareness and interest in agriculture and horticulture.
Through a multitude of new products as well as steady improvement of trading and clearing terms and conditions Eurex achieved a new record turnover: more than 674 Million traded contracts in 2001.
Through the Guild, which married medieval ( i. e. pre-industrial ) values and a progressive belief in social improvement, Ruskin hoped to establish communities to challenge the profit-motive driving modern industry, and to provide alternatives to mass production.
Through the 1970s and 1980s Dr. Lyon's ongoing research at the Arctic Submarine Laboratory resulted in refurbishment and improvement of the Lab's cryogenic facilities.
Through the 1970s and 1980s the ongoing research at the Arctic Submarine Laboratory resulted in refurbishment and improvement of the Lab's cryogenic facilities.
Through a sustained improvement of ideas and understanding, students create higher level concepts.
Through this work WSSCC contributes to the broader goals of poverty eradication, health and environmental improvement, gender equality and long-term social and economic development.

Through and its
Through the splash of the rising waters, they could hear the roar of the river as it raged through its canyon, gnashing big chunks out of the banks.
Through trade and travel across the seas the American Merchant Marine is carrying out its historic mission of linking the United States of America with friendly nations across the seas ; ;
Through Amos, God tells the people that he is going to judge Israel for its sins, and it will be a foreign nation that will enact his judgment.
Through most of its history, astrology was considered a scholarly tradition.
Through the Internet, a movement began to develop in opposition to the doctrines of neoliberalism which were widely manifested in the 1990s when the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ( OECD ) proposed liberalisation of cross-border investment and trade restrictions through its Multilateral Agreement on Investment ( MAI ).
Through its song-setting the poetry became closely associated with that era, and with Shropshire itself.
3 ) Through direct sampling, estimate the genetic diversity of the captive bongo population and calculate its relatedness with the remaining isolated wild populations.
Through constant motion, the blitzkrieg attempts to keep its enemy off-balance, making it difficult to respond effectively at any given point before the front has already moved on.
Through its purported connections to the June 1914 assassination in Sarajevo of Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria, the Black Hand may have been one of the principal catalysts to the start of World War I, fueling the July Crisis of 1914 and giving Austria-Hungary a pretext to invade Serbia.
Through Chile ’ s trade agreements, its agricultural products have gained access to a market controlling 77 % of the world ’ s GDP and by approximately 2012, 74 % of Chilean agribusiness exports will be duty free.
Through the reputation of its venerable founder and its position as a major European centre of learning, Columba's Iona became a place of pilgrimage.
Through his writings the intellectual and physical struggles of first-through third-generation Puritans created an elevated appraisal in the minds of Americans about its appointed place among other nations.
Through cross-examinations, the TAT exhibits a tendency toward chauvinistic stimuli for its questions and has the “ potential for unfavorable clinical evaluation ” for women.
Through articles, he criticized society of its backward-looking affinities.
Through repeated applications of this method, the reactive mind could be " cleared " of its content having outlived its usefulness in the process of evolution ; a person who has completed this process would be " Clear ".
Through its discount and credit operations, Reserve Banks provide liquidity to banks to meet short-term needs stemming from seasonal fluctuations in deposits or unexpected withdrawals.
Through marriage, the County of Flanders was joined with most of the rest of the Low Countries around 1400 AD, and it lost its independence.
Through the use of special effects and excessive blood and guts, they tend to display an overt interest in the vulnerability of the human body and the theatricality of its mutilation.
Through its bark ; till a Wardle has swept them away,
Through this activity and others such as surveillance of its members ' economies and policies, the IMF works to improve the economies of its member countries.
Through bribes, diplomacy, and manipulation of weak native rulers, the company prospered in India, where it became the most powerful political force, and outrivaled its Portuguese, and French competitors.
Through their letters, Tycho and Kepler discussed a broad range of astronomical problems, dwelling on lunar phenomena and Copernican theory ( particularly its theological viability ).

Through and infrastructure
Through analysis of the questionnaires, the IOC gave a weighted-average score to each city based on the scores obtained in each of the questionnaire's eleven themes: political and social support, general infrastructure, sports venues, Olympic Village, environment, accommodation, transport, security, past experience, finance, and legacy.
Through improvements to infrastructure and signalling, this project allows two trains in steam on the line, utilising a refurbished and extended passing loop at.
Through a team of investment professionals across the world, it invests in equities, fixed interest, infrastructure, property, diversified funds and multi-manager funds.
# Specialization: Through an advanced infrastructure ( now including the Graduate School of Digital Design and IT, the Digital Image Design Innovation Center ( DIDIC ), the Regional Technology Innovation Center for Ubiquitous Computer Graphics Application ( U-RIC ), and the Im Kwon Taek College of Film & Performing Arts ), Dongseo University will foster talents of digital innovation for the 21st century.
Through an agreement with Dobson Communications Systems, which provided TDMA and GSM cellular service under the Cellular One brand, GCI formerly sold GSM cellular service under its own name while providing Dobson with the back-end network infrastructure.
Through the delivery of this advice, they protect the UK national security by helping to reduce the vulnerability of the national infrastructure to terrorism and other threats.
Through creating public-access infrastructure, including trails, campgrounds, visitor centers, and a restaurant, Tompkins seeks to promote wilderness experience, in hopes of inspiring a deeper environmental ethic in the park's many thousands of visitors.

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