Dear Doctor & Mrs. Name: Just a moment of your time, if you can, to talkabout a ten dollar bill.
I know that our staff and committee members will be happy to go with you to talkto these group if you need their help.
I have talkedwith, and attempted to recruit, many Afro-Americans for the doctoral program at the School of Dentistry.
Why it matters It seems to us that when proponents grandly describe EBM as a paradigm shift, they not only make a philosophical mistake, but they inadvertently have an unfortunate effect on the debate about the first order questions, for talkof paradigm shifts unduly polarizes the debate about the value of EBM.
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Allegedly drafted by Yugoslav generals, the plan, code-named "Operation Horseshoe," was reportedly approved by Slobodan Milosevic even before the February peace talksin Rambouillet fell through.
USAT says that although Bill Gates has held talksat his house regarding this matter with AT&T execs, the phone company has since cooled on the deal because "it may not want to be an owner of Microsoft's money-losing Web sites."
(6/5) Lawyers for President Clinton and Paula Jones commenced settlement talksthrough the media.
Such motors may be involved in cross talkbetween MT and actin cytoskeleton [ 12].
Now we are talkingby e-mail, an unfamiliar venue for me.
The SEMG signal is a convenient mean to study the muscle behavior under fatiguing exercise, as it proves time-dependent changes, provided care is taken to prevent cross talkfrom adjacent muscles.
The line is "Republicans who talkas if we're slouching toward Gomorrah."
"Those are," explains the Post , "the jets that go up and down your back and make you so mellow that it's advisable not to enter budget talksfor at least two hours afterward, lest you agree to scrap capital gains taxes altogether."
Ignore the naysayers who will complain, as they do about Dawson's Creek and Felicity , that teens don't talklike that--that they lack such advanced powers of introspection.
As our culture becomes more and more private--as video replaces movies the way movies replaced theater, as e-exchanges replace phone calls the way phone calls replaced talkingover the back fence--we might find that our most powerful relationships are with figures in movies and television and our own fantasy lives.
Remember the teen-age girls talkinginto phones that were buried inside Winnie the Pooh covers?
The family admits now that this was a diversion which, says the paper, has in turn spurred some talkthat perhaps her death was an assisted suicide.
But I am a little concerned over the new talkamong the string theorists, who are at the forefront of revolutionizing our thinking about these things, that the universe may have 11 dimensions.
In Moscow itself, the daily Nezavisimaya Gazeta said the Kremlin would only start peace talksafter the military campaign has reached its "logical conclusion," but that the country will be at a loss about whom to conduct them with, having branded the republic's present leaders as bandits and terrorists.
Obviously, if both sides in the debate have different ideas about what EBM is, then the opposing sides will be talkingpast each other when they argue about whether or not EBM should be practiced.
People like four-year-old Levi, who was born with spina bifida and unable to walk or talkuntil he received therapy at Crossroads Rehabilitation Center.
Perhaps, as you hypothesize, Hillary chose to air her woes in Talkbecause it's a sympathetic forum.
'Jack's a brawler and he's always talkingbehind people's backs.
Some cellular phone users are reducing possible risk by using earpiece and microphone headsets that plug into the telephone and make it possible to talkwithout the phone being held to the head.
Inter-sector relationships - talkingacross sectors needs to develop and continue; corporate sector is looking for answers - our sector has much to offer the corporate sector.
In the original book, one of the most striking incidents involves Reich's talkbefore a roomful of National Association of Manufacturers executives and lobbyists, allegedly all male and smoking cigars (straight from central casting).
One person in particular always comes over to talkwhile loudly snacking on potato chips and other items.
In that sense, if Greenspan was trying to talkdown the stock market, he was trying to talk down all markets.
Dicker said Negroponte's "tough talkagainst the International Criminal Court is misguided and ill-conceived.
The Washington Post puts the talksabove the fold but goes instead with the continued Russia vs. Chechnya fighting in the Chechen capital, Grozny.
Clinton's Peace Therapy Last Friday, after nine days of talksunder President Clinton's supervision at the Wye River plantation in Maryland, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat reached an agreement on the next phase of the Middle East peace process.
The little peasant that killed theCancun talksalong with himself.
Google Users TalkAmongst Themselves Google users are seeking answers in a new place these days, as Google has launched a newsgroup dedicated to discussion about the search engine itself.
rooming-in, breastfeeding assistance and talksduring hospitalization.
They had quite human features and talkedinside my mind.
Each SHO is expected to present a talkonce during each three month period and a timetable for these will be posted.
The accompanying picture of Clinton has to be the least attractive one of him ever published: Eyes hooded, JFK-style, talkingout of one side of his mouth.
In eight rounds of talkssince 1947, its predecessor - the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) - gradually opened world markets.
"And when they meet for spiritual fellowship, involve them in gossip and small talkso that they leave with troubled consciences."
Apparently "it's easier to make a mouse talkthan to come up with something interesting for him to say" (Kenneth Turan, the Los Angeles Times ).
He has worked hard to find a place for Egypt at the negotiation table, acting as a moderator and offering Cairo as a venue for Arab/Israeli peace talksthroughout the 80s and 90s.
To talkvia a body, to get energy via eating, alike are communication by-routes.
Sounding like one of the low-level gangsters who posture like kingpins in Donnie Brasco , Mikey talksalotabout mutts.
And the company was no longer part of a conglomerate, which was good because everyone was talkingthosedaysabout focusing on your "core business."
Before I subject my own proposal to those standards, let's talkabitabout the standards themselves.
In other words, he's trying to talkasourceinto giving a story to him, and his employer.
For their efforts they each received a pair of netball socks - though Sarah Brady did try to talkthesponsorsinto giving them the sports bags!
The incorporation of walk the walk and talkthetalkinto white-bread English, often by people whose jus' folks colloquialism is a pose, may not bode well.
A person who talks the talk and walks the walk is one who acts naturally and stylishly, whose words and behavior are of a piece; a person who talksthetalkwithout walking the walk , therefore, is one who is dissembling, ineffectual, or insincere.
You can talkthesethingsto death.
After talkingawhitewith him, he asked if he couldn't camp there close by and help me out with my work.
Like how Nancy Troester talkedthisyearabout all of Harley's STUUUUUUFFFFF under their old confinement system--no way that that could have been written down, but when you heard her say it, you knew just exactly what she meant.
It said, "Brown wants to give Talkthefeelof the best 1950s magazines, such as McCalls and Look , as well as Paris Match .
Chad speaks in rat-tat-tat clichés, and has no trouble smooth-talkingthegirlinto bed.