I like to thinkof The Salvation Army as a place of grace --where individuals and families find love and help in their time of need, regardless of the situations that bring them to us!
It is thoughtthat the major bile acid binding protein in the cytosol of rat hepatocytes is 3α-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase, a member of the aldo keto reductase supergene family [ 33 ] .
That's when she thoughtabout The Salvation Army's camping program.
It may be, however, that (assuming he really said it) Clinton really did thinkin 1978 that he was sterile.
The ligand binding site is thoughtto be formed at the junction between two subunits [ 2 4 ] .
For PKA binding, it was thoughtfor a long time that only RII subunits bind to AKAPs.
Consistent with much current thinkingon signal transduction pathways it has been suggested that there is a core group of fz pathway of genes that function similarly in different cell types [ 2 ] .
But has anyone really thoughtthrough the full implications of this convenient fix?
The plant is thoughtby many locals to be the inspiration for Homer Simpson's workplace because of its proximity to Matt Groening's hometown.
It's hard to believe, but the front-runner in the 2000 presidential race is a guy who can't remember what he thought--or if in fact he thoughtat all--about the conflict that defined his generation.
I thinkif you went around and asked any number of reasonably well-established buyout firms, they approach it the same way.
Greenspan, of course, has never ascribed to himself (at least not in public--who knows what he thinksas he sits contentedly in his bathtub) the level of wisdom and farsightedness that the media have come to grant him.
At one point Keyes attacked Bush's proposed tax cuts as insufficient by saying that we shouldn't "get down on our knees and thank Massa Bush for letting us keep more of our own money," describing that as "thinkinglike slaves."
Chatterbox, who obviously doesn't know how to thinkoutside the box, figured the Talk Web site would carry an article or two from the magazine, and some information on how to subscribe.
What are the newspapers thinkingwith that?
Indeed, it was with some excitement that I opened this new edition of The Coming of Post-Industrial Society , hoping to recover the rigorous and prescient thinkingbehind the cliché.
(But by the way, I thoughtfrom one of your earlier messages that you too were ambivalent about preferences?)
So we stopped in a dark dingy old South side tavern to thinkover our plans and have some coldbeers.
Dr Bruce Perry discusses our ability to thinkbefore we act: 85534
But he should put a little more thoughtinto how we treat automobiles.
That means he should be thinkingbeyond the nomination.
Specialist Perspective:Valerie shifts attitudes and moves thinkingso that office professionals end up with a greater sense of what is possible and of their own self worth.
Some people insist they don't know what they thinkuntil they hear what they say.
Is it possible to thinkwithout using your imagination?
In Gates' essay, those who would favor a stand of principle over the ties of blut and boden (or even business)--whistle-blowers, antiwar dissenters, anyone who says "I often place my duty to society above my duty to my company"--are characterized as "William Godwin types all, letting their own dear mothers burn to a crisp with nary a second thoughtwhile they grandly escort some silk-bedizened cleric to safety."
Keynes didn't think so then, and those of us who thinkalong related lines don't think so now.
Use your core knowledge to thinkaround the term and select more than one if necessary.
I have no idea what the captain was thinkingthroughout all this, possibly worrying about restocking the ship's supply of carpet cleaner.
Contemporary thinkingwithin both the public and private sectors is littered with buzz words such as incubation, innovation, knowledge workers and, more recently, knowledge management.
"She thoughtbecause you didn't answer, that she never heard your reply.
(I refrain from saying what I thinkafter most movies not because I want to tantalize people but because I reserve the right to change my mind in the course of writing a review.)
There are two main schools of thoughtamong collectors: those who like it cleaned and shiny and those who prefer to keep it grey.
Our current short-term focus needs to be balanced by developing a capacity to thinkacross centuries, or longer, encouraging a greater long-term sense of responsibility.
This tool is more concerned with the over-all purpose or objective of the thinkingthan a moment-to-moment focus.
Wherefore, put naught u pon the altar of the Lord when your spirit is vexed, neither thinkupon any one with anger in the temple of God.
Whereas Samuelson's text, now in its 15 th edition, staunchly advocates Keynesian prescriptions, Mankiw's is touted as post-ideological, pitting rival schools of thoughtagainst each other.
I thinkalthough subscriber fees now represent the lion's share of revenues for AOL, that they will eventually make the service free and make money off the giant audience via advertising and commerce fees.
It is an opportunity to create a sense of contribution and ownership, to clarify direction and objectives, and to create consistency in thinkingamongst all members of staff.
I thinkbetween the two of us, we bought most of the good stuff on sale thinks back to the girl lovely lovely girl she was ;) 436686
These documents provide the most comprehensive witness to the development of Christianity and Christian thoughtduring the period immediately following the Apostolic Era.
I thinkonce you press F1 to get him away, he should go away for good, and once you press F1to get him back he can go "Bla bla bla," in your face for every single mistake you make.
But one packaging design thinksout-of-the-tube entirely: Mentadent's stand-up pump (Mentadent Advanced Whitening, Mentadent Crystal Ice).
I realise the normal rational thing to do would be to go down and politely enquire what the hell it is they thinkthey’re doing.
It is Church Order, Policy, and Traditional thinkingversus Bible and Spirit of Prophecy teachings.
Or perhaps Times columnist Martin Arnold thinksalotof books are just too darned big.
I've been thinkingalotabout our trip and the amazing Place of the Future that is Hong Kong ...
I wonder if you thinkthiskindof archaeology could happen again--to one of us nice mid-list novelists in, say, the year 2039--or whether that possibility has been blockbustered, conglomerized, and Barnes & Noble'd right out of existence.
You'd thinkthissortof thing would show up in more educational reform plans.
McCain thinksthefactthat special interest money dominates the electoral system is a big part of the reason that a majority of 18-to-26-year-olds don't register and don't vote.
Perceptions of smallpox threat and vaccine risks Fifty-three percent of respondents thoughttheriskof a smallpox attack in the U.S. within the next two years was either "intermediate" (38%) or "high" (15%), while 35% saw it as either "low" (29%) or "next to zero" (6%), and 12% said "can't guess."
So I thinktheideaof penalizing a great corporation with the use of a 19th-century statute is a suicide on this country.
Even if you thinkthepointof welfare reform is to get everyone into a private job, that's not the immediate goal of workfare.
Clearly, I do not thinktheroleof the black intellectual is to churn out books of this sort.
A nationwide poll that the LAT plays big both in an off-lead story and a big top-of-the-page graphic suggests that by a large margin Americans support the use of force against Iraq and additionally thinkthepurposeof an airstrike should be to remove Saddam Hussein from power.
I thinktheanswerto your question is a resounding 'maybe'!
I'm not sure, but I thinktherestof the quote was: "I mean, just look at it.
"I thinktheclosureof the Masterton branch would be a retrograde step" Mr Francis said.
But, in sharp contrast to what Zahra wrote, the Saudi paper stressed that Ricciardone said that he thoughtthechancesof Iraq breaking up after the overthrow of Saddam were minimal.
Syndicated columnist Steve Roberts said he thoughtabarrageof mild criticism was a nifty idea because it would allow for two CWRs ("conventional-wisdom reversals," according to Hunt) between now and the New Hampshire primary.
Nova Scotia You’d thinkthechamberof commerce carved their map as a public relations gimmick, but the province really is shaped like a lobster.
While it can be argued that the post Cold War era has made the world a better place, it's also I thinkthecasethat it is an untidier place.
Among Maori respondents, 15% thoughtanattributeof being Pakeha was dislike of Maori people.
If you thoughttheadventof the Internet, the spread of cheap and efficient information technology, and the growing fragmentation of the consumer market were all going to help smaller companies thrive at the expense of the slow-moving giants of the Fortune 500, apparently you were wrong.
Mike" thoughtthedismantlingof the camp erased a possible site for targeting Bin Ladin.
Bearing in mind all of the relevant and competing factors, Mr Hagen thoughtadifferentialof 60c justifiable in this case.
Sensing her unease, the dentist thoughtabitof humour would ease the worry.
I thinkthedistancebetween a man and a worm is not as great as the distance between man and God.
Those who thinkthedriveto impeachment is simply Republican mean-spiritedness, should note that according to the NYT , at a press briefing yesterday, when Sen. Trent Lott asked if there were any questions on something other than impeachment, "He was met with a chorus of nos from reporters...." The NYT reports that the 11-nation European interest cut is a drastic shift in policy, coming just two months after these same central bankers adamantly refused to cut because of fears of inflation.
I thinktheeffecton political protest will be devastating."
I thinktheessenceof service is highly effective in the school environment.
One would thinkthatexperienceas legal counsel in a pharmaceutical generics company would mean a healthy knowledge of Canada's patent legislation.
And I thinktheexperienceof living here in New Zealand has given me the chance, as we say in the States, put my money where my mouth is.
Here, I thinkthedifferencebetween the response of an adult and that of a child becomes crucial.
Apart from gate takings being down it is thoughtthefailureof a cabaret to get even close to covering costs contributed to the bad bottom line.
Beltway Gossip Dump: Washington politicos thinkthedeathof Rhode Island Senator John Chafee means that: a) as has been reported, the Republican governor of Rhode Island will appoint Chafee's son, Lincoln--who was already running for the Senate seat from which his father was retiring--to serve the remainder of his father's term; b) as only kausfiles will tell you, Rep. Robert Weygand, a Rhode Island Democrat, will decide to stand for reelection to the House rather than run against Lincoln Chafee for the Senate, since the younger Chafee will be much tougher to beat as an incumbent, even an appointed one; c) with Weygand staying put, the Democrats will have to worry about only four open House seats in November 2000, while the Republican open seat total (counting resignations expected in the next month) will soon go up to about 20; d) but Chafee's Rhode Island Senate seat, which Democrats thought they might capture, is now in the probable-Republican column.
July 17th Having thoughtabitabout the aileron tunnel I have come to the conclusion that it probably doesn't need glassing as all that I am protecting against is fuel and solvent damage.
Indeed, even Bush's top education advisors don't thinkthisaspectof the proposal makes much sense--except in political terms.
We thinkthegloryof the church is in our perfection and sinlessness.
SAM: I thinkacoupleof times I've tried it.
If he thoughtthegistof the troopers' story was false, of course, he could just declare that he thought it was false.
He has recently been quoted as saying, "I hate to say it, but I don't thinkthefutureof music is in bricks-and-mortar retailing.
What do you thinkthegoalof prayer should be?
I mean, you'd thinkaguywith all that high-tech know-how could do something about that sucker.
I thinkthehighlightfor all those on board was seeing a small pod of orca on the way to landing bay.
However, St Petersburg is also called "the city of bones" because it is thoughttheconstructionof the city cost the lives of 200,000 workers.
- -Robert Pinsky We sat together at one summer's end,That beautiful mild woman, your close friend,And you and I, and talked of poetry.I said, "A line will take us hours maybe;Yet if it does not seem a moment's thought,Our stitching and unstitching has been naught.Better go down upon your marrow-bonesAnd scrub a kitchen pavement, or break stonesLike an old pauper, in all kinds of weather;For to articulate sweet sounds togetherIs to work harder than all these, and yetBe thoughtanidlerby the noisy setOf bankers, schoolmasters, and clergymenThe martyrs call the world."
Okay, I thinktheignoranceof power-weilding world leaders might be a close second.
"Overall, I thinktheindustryin New Zealand is reasonably healthy.
How did he thinkabeingwith the limited capacities of a human would even recognise God if he fell over him.