The kinds of services we provide help people dealwith obstacles like health care, transportation and child care -problems that are big enough on their own without being compounded by factors like physical and mental disabilities, illiteracy and lack of job skills.
If I could speak to them, I would tell them they can see a great dealof God in the trees and stars and streams that He created.
prevailing winds) that haven't changed a great dealin the last 10-20 years.
It was simply to say the industry is prepared to make revolutionary changes in its behavior if it gets some protection from these giant suits, and this is a good dealfor the public.
Is he dealing with ministers who have psychology degrees and dealon other issues-- A: I don't have the slightest idea.
Its front-page "cover story" compares the dealto the American colonies' defeat of the British.
Bob Novak (CNN's Capital Gang ) believes that the current Bush position--that he has been drug-free since 1974--is an eminently reasonable one, and other pundits point out that the American public simply does not care a great dealabout whether, as a young man in his 20s, George W. Bush dabbled in the drug.
Meanwhile, WorldCom is spinning the dealas "the single best hope for a strong and effective alternative to the mega-Bells and the emerging AT&T cable monopoly."
"Rumors swirled about a possible dealbetween America Online and broadband-access provider Excite@Home , a deal that would finally give AOL entry into the world of high-speed Internet access.
Consider this dealfrom the perspective of June 1995: Morris was making a 3.75 percent commission (25 percent of 15 percent) on as much commercial time as Clinton bought.
The fact that readers would even have to ask such questions should put the stamp of death on this dealat once.
The WP points out that AOL has only one-fifth the revenue of TW, but it was able to handle the dealbecause it has four times as much profit and a much higher stock value.
Also, in one phone call, Rep. John Kasich told Clinton lobbyist John Hilley that, "...if we don't get a dealby the beginning of the recess, I'm [expletive] coming over and burning your house down!"
There will always be some other Web site offering consumers a better dealthan Amazon--get a free PC with the purchase of your next book!--and the Web allows consumers something that has heretofore existed only in economics textbooks: "perfect knowledge"--the ability to know every price that exists for the good you want to buy.
Thomas' defenders, especially, have said that making such a big dealover a few crass remarks reflects the excesses of political correctness.
(5/21/98) The House voted almost unanimously to ban new U.S.-China technology-transfer dealswhile President Clinton is in China next month.
The WP reports that Monica's lawyers and Ken Starr are moving closer to some sort of dealunder which she would testify about whether she had a sexual relationship with the president as well as--and this would be a big chip for Starr--whether Clinton urged her to deny this Date of the Union.
I have personally learned a great dealthrough this exercise, and I will need to take time to assess the implications.
Imagine what Bob Barr and Henry Hyde would say if Monica had got a deallike that.
"We might be able to do a dealif you promise to give Muffin a bath more often!"
Nora and Eugene Lum, a Hawaiian couple, raised tons of money from Asian-Americans for the Democratic Party, befriended Ron Brown and other party bigwigs, used these political ties to buy an Oklahoma gas company, and earned a $9 million profit on the dealwithout lifting a finger.
As a business manager, you risk exposing your organisation to severe financial penalties and turning a potentially profitable dealinto a loss-maker, if commercial contracts are not carefully drafted and managed.
c) Tried to score a book dealoff sex gossip and other people's distress.
But he also made a big dealout of reforming it.
RINGO is the ring game for ages 5 to 105 that challenges players to use a swinging motion to catch the hook on the ring.--There hasn't been a sadder endorsement dealsince David Crosby did that Depends commercial.
They're the New Yorkers with scandalously sweet dealsvs. all those who get screwed as a result.
Can you change a prepared dealingafter pre-validating?
Health Care Terms contains a good dealbesides initialisms, but I focus on those because they are probably most representative of the jargon we are faced with whenever we encounter the Bureaucracy: as if the compounding of incomprehensible, undescriptive jargon were not enough, those who concoct that obfuscating gobbledygook are not content till they have turned it into an abbreviation or an acronym.
My suspicion is that the absence of private capital proves that stadiums are not a good dealexcept for the select few on the inside who are subsidized by other people's money.
Time Warner CEO Gerald Levin wouldn't make the dealunless AOL granted TW shareholders 45 percent of the new company (For a profile of Levin as CEO, see Slate's Assessment.)
Together they hustled dealsuntil they got a big break.
Your visual comfort depends a great dealupon the lenses you use.
We offer to our clients the ability to manage and dealwithin Inland Revenue Department audits.
This last, which has come to symbolize in most people's minds the corruption of editorial standards implicit in the deal, was viewed at the time (in the words of the person who negotiated the deal) as "a way for us to be able to make this dealduring a time when cash was a problem."
Watson says if the team makes it through they will look at some sort of deal with the NRL for special dealsdown the track.
In fact, historically, you would usually find the best discounts and dealsonce you arrived here by talking with other travellers and mates.
Where an offer is promoted more widely, the speed of email will ensure that members of the emailing list will be informed of the offer first, and therefore have the best chance of securing a hot dealbefore stocks are exhausted.
It also runs counter to the continuing debate on the legalisation of cannabis, which was dealtanotherblowby an appeal by the International Narcotics Board to resist calls from pro-legalisation pressure groups.
The 1980's were a low point in New Zealand hunting with Red Deer, Chamois and Thar herds seemingly being dealtablowfrom which they will never recover.
The magician then says to the spectator, "Dealthecardsby spelling out the magic words 'Find My Card.'"
And more than Frantz and Collins, Ross explores the significance that makes Celebration not just another Columbia or Reston or Hershey or Pullman: its corporate sponsorship of a community in an age when corporations and governments are shuffling and re-dealingthecardsof civic responsibility, in what Ross calls "a consumer society's rendition of the concerns of the founding fathers."
This was a dealtheramificationsof which we're going to be feeling for years to come.