The Post said Moynihan's comments "carry special clout" because "he is one of the Senate's most respectedmembers, seen as a leader on matters of ethics and values."
It is gratifying to see in this hall many worthy and respectedpeople who have expressed a wish to participate in the work of the Board of Trustees of the Interreligious Council of Russia.
Quetzal Ocelotl is a well-respectedteacher and practitioner of this toltec wisdom tradition that has its origins in ancient Meso-america.
We offered an invitation to only a select number of elite builders from the building community - All builders are members of the Master Builders Federation and are highly respectednames within the competitive building industry.
But that decision was within the range of options urged upon him by respectedeconomists, mainly Democrats.
According to the Guardian , Oxford, which is, after Faber and Faber, the leading publisher of contemporary poetry in Britain, has cut loose its living poets, including such respectedfigures as Craig Raine and D.J.
THE GIRL SCOUT LAW I will do my best to be Honest, and fair, Friendly and helpful, Considerate and caring, Courageous and strong, and Responsible for what I say and do, and to Respect myself and others Respectauthority Use resources wisely, Make the world a better place, and Be a sister to every Girl Scout.
We are delighted to be working with such a professional and respectedorganisation as Yellow Ribbon, and are very grateful to the Lion Foundation for their very generous support.
Language Evolution, a compilation of essays by a diverse group of respectedresearchers, is amongst the first books that try to tackle what is arguably one of the hardest scientific problems.
One of the Asia/Pacific region's most respectedleaders, Dr. 33563
Graduates of the University of Auckland occupy leading positions in business, law, medicine, politics and other respectedprofessions within New Zealand and overseas.
But the assumption behind that is the general public would only respectmen in the role of expert.
Most importantly, the Golden Web Award lets others know your viewed as a respectedprofessional by your peers, one who is deserving of recognition.
We maintain and respectconfidentiality of every individual.
Andrew Steens of CropLink (NZ) Ltd is considered to be the most respectedexpert in the world on this crop.
Join the worlds most respectedteam of diving professionals as a PADI Instructor or Divemaster.
According to the Chronicle of Higher Education , Fish will become dean of liberal arts and sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago, a respectedcommuter campus making a bid for greater prestige and attention.
North of Oike, Teramachi becomes home to some of Kyoto’s most respectedantique and washi shops, some of which have been in business for hundreds of years.
In that time we have grown to become one of the most respectedweb hosting/domain name/ADSL sales groups in the business.
But I respectwomen, I admire women, and if that's supposed to be bad, then I'm guilty.
His goal is to establish this timeless way of unfoldment as a recognized and well-respectedschool of spiritual exploration and growth, and to make its teachings available to all who are interested - in a context to which each individual can relate.
Joe has long been acclaimed as one of New Zealand's most talented and most respectedwinemakers and wine judges, and has carved out a reputation for consistently outstanding wines.
Yet the sense of discovery in finding Epsteinisms is undiminished, though any glee is mitigated by the feeling of embarrassment undoubtedly shared among David R. Godine, respected publisher, and Greenbaum and Whitcut, respectedcolleagues and friends.
Yet the sense of discovery in finding Epsteinisms is undiminished, though any glee is mitigated by the feeling of embarrassment undoubtedly shared among David R. Godine, respectedpublisher, and Greenbaum and Whitcut, respected colleagues and friends.
In 1991, Quality Scotland was established by a few highly respectedcompanies keen to develop a quality culture in Scotland.
With a bit of elementary mathematics and a lot of keen insight, Arrow was forced to a sobering conclusion: If a "reasonable" voting system is one that respectsunanimity and precludes flip-flops, then there are no reasonable voting systems, with one exception--the system that picks one voter and makes him a dictator.
As a dictionary editor, it is frustrating enough to be thought to be producing interchangeable and useless material, but for a respectedwriter to regard dictionaries as mere compilations with no mind or imagination behind them is especially bad.
What I said was that no self-respectingmobster would want to be a member of Tony Soprano's sad-sack crew.
Any self respectingperson of Western origin cannot possibly condone the use of the word "Pakeha".
From a background of Electrical Engineering the Company diversified and flourished over the years, becoming a respectedmanufacturer and importer of quality industrial products.
The judiciary , run by respectedjudges, should be able to remain independent, except when it is handling highly sensitive, politicized cases in which Beijing's central authority is at stake.
Gartner Group, the respectedindustry analyst firm, has estimated an annual total cost of ownership (TCO) of $13,187 per year per Windows-based PC, in part due to the cost of repairing configuration damage caused by unsophisticated or malicious users.
For instance, add- illo to a respectedlawyer, abogado , and you have an ignorant one, un abogadillo .
“Every self-respectingmechanic,” said John Dewey, “Will call the parts of an automobile by their right names because that is the way to distinguish them.” Thus it is with the writer.
Respectwhat is right in the sight of all men.
However, the ruling underscores the need of facilitating market access for newcomers and of respectingconsumer interests."
The Post calls Bono a "respectedcongressman."
He spoke Malay, was familiar with local custom and religion, and respectedchiefs and peasants alike.
We will respectconfidences, and if appropriate will enter into confidentiality agreements to ensure your ideas are protected.
No self-respectingcharro would be caught without his cinturón piteado, a tooled leather belt, decorated with piteado, a type of fine work where thin threads are sewn into the leather forming beautiful flower or geometric patterns that may even include the owner’s name.
Adults and children respectconcentration and do not interrupt someone who is busy at a task.
Our vision is to develop our Business School as an internationally respectedcentre for business education.
But tough also means committed, and people respectcommitment and authenticity.
Sires used by respectedbreeders.
Matthew McConaughey--who plays Ellie's love interest, the ridiculously named Palmer Joss, a former priest who is now the respectedauthor of a best-selling book about "faith" and "meaning," and who, though still in his 20s, is a trusted adviser to the president--thrusts out his lower jaw like a calendar pinup while delivering such lines as "I'm not against technology, I'm against the men who deify it at the expense of human truth!"
Its battlements and turrets are all a self-respectingfinancier like Henry Pellatt could have wished for.
It is not legally allowed to meet in private and cannot even write its own final report--prerequisites for any self-respectingcommission.
Any selfrespecting person of Western origin cannot possibly condone the use of the word "Pakeha".
Left-wing reviewers stress the tract's continued relevance as a critique of labor relations, while conservatives redefine Marx and Engels as prophets of capitalism whorespected the economy's dynamism and strength.
But tough also means committed, and peoplerespect commitment and authenticity.
At all timesrespect the environment and act as directed by the driver around wildlife.
Adults and childrenrespect concentration and do not interrupt someone who is busy at a task.
Differences in the ultrastructural arrangement of acetylcholine receptors within aggregates parallel the different geneses of aggregation, and provide important cluesrespecting the mechanisms of aggregation.
At the same time, the designsrespect the fact that the speakers will be used in homes where they'll be required to provide startling performances without disrupting the domestic environment.
I'm working as a manager in the art big galleryRESPECT in Almaty.
"The Chinese governmentrespects people in Tibet.
On the initiation of city noncooperation, see New York Mayor Ed Koch's 1987 order prohibiting city line workers, but not police or the Department of Corrections, from transmitting informationrespecting any alien to federal immigration authorities.
Any restrictive tampering with language in America immediately prompts a knee-jerk reaction invoking the First Amendment, which it would not be inappropriate to quote here: Congress shall make no lawrespecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
All limitsrespected and same expected.
The Panel will be mindful [of the] requirements of rule [sic] 19 of the First Schedule obliging the directors of the offeror company to certify that in all materialrespects the offer is true and is not misleading.
If the Clintons are so concerned that the mediarespect Chelsea's privacy at school, then perhaps they should have let Chelsea arrive on her own "attended perhaps by a handful of Secret Service agents rather than arriving in a Presidential motorcade and trailed by hundreds of reporters and cameramen...."
I believe that the very desire of these people to take part in the process of peaceful settlement in the Chechen Republic and the work done by them in this direction meritrespect and appreciation.
It is an unparalleled opportunity to discover the truths as well as the misconceptionsrespecting the heart and mind of the horse.
Accordingly we ask that all visitors to the mountainrespect the conditions of access and acknowledge the sacred and special nature of the mountain as a tribal landmark.
Its natural oilsrespect the epidermis, gently eliminate all impurities, lea-ving skin supple, fresh and flawlessly clean.
Allegations of sexual abuserespect no-one.
"Assurances of confidence and discretion tell a patient that it is safe to confide in the professional, that that personrespects the resident's autonomy, dignity and sensitivity, and that the professional will not laugh or judge."
Protocolrespects you as an individual.
Every internal process is monitored and measured, and every client relationshiprespected and valued.
Reportersrespect McCain less because he takes liberal positions than because of the way he puts his beliefs ahead of his career as a matter of course.
The first part of the course educates you on aspects of river safety and riverrespect including river features, hydrology and local effects.
Produced for: SEXRESPECT: The world's leading abstinence education program Official Summary: This heart warming true story will reach teens with two powerful messages: first, save sex for marriage; secondly, if you have made the mistake of engaging in pre-marital sex, you can change your ways.
Studentsrespect teachers who hold high expectations for them.
This systemrespects the fact that it is a kayak and yet provides an extraordinary "lift" when needed."
5 Develop teamrespect for the ability and efforts of your opponents and decisions of Umpires.
Needless to say, we very rarely have problems as tenantsrespect our efficiency and know action is immediately taken over any incident.
One triberespected the boundary of another, unless in cases of disputed right.
Community, trustrespect and relationships need to replace timetables, bells and fragmented subjects.
Hutchwilco uses every bay, harbour, beach and river mouth in New Zealand as it's testing ground, and everyone who spends time on the waterrespects their name.
It would have been helpful if the story had said high up in whatrespects Vietnam's emigration stance has improved, and had also explained how it is that the president can alter a country's trade status like this unilaterally, without Senate approval.
S-E comes from perceiving that othersrespect me.
The adsrespect this distinction by focusing entirely on morals and lying to the public.
Privacy sensitive businessesrespect their customers as autonomous beings with intrinsic worth, rather than as a commodity or a faceless market.
The first year I discovered a fencing system that the cattlerespected, I divided the main pasture in half.