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  • For the church consortium that organized the event - known collectively by the moniker "Moving Together in Faith & Health" and including First African Methodist Episcopal Church and Immaculate Conception Catholic Church - the market has a twofold goal: provide nutritious foods to their congregations while also connecting restaurants, stores, hospitals and schools with local farmers who offer fresh, affordable produce in bulk.

    The Seattle Times

  • Moving from the clearly obsolete G7 to a broader group that reflects the reality of today's world makes eminent sense.

    Vijaya Ramachandran: The G20 is a Great Idea. Lets Make It Work!

  • Moving from the Paleolithic age to the present, Karen Armstrong details the great lengths to which humankind has gone in order to experience a sacred reality that it called by many names, such as God, Brahman, Nirvana, Allah, or Dao.

    The Case for God by Karen Armstrong: Book summary

  • Moving is a nightmare, so the more research you do up front ...... the less aggravation you'll have later.

    MORE ISSUES

  • Moving is a traumatic experience so think twice before you do it with your father.

    What should I do?

  • Moving from a presence-oriented to a performance-oriented work environment means that you need to be clear about your organizational goals and how each employee's work is tied to overall objectives.

    Deborah Frett: Ten Tips to Create a Flexible, Virtual Work Environment

  • Moving is stressful enough, but participating in NaNoWriMo must make it even more stressful.

    NaNoWriMo Day 11: Update and Lessons Learnt | The Creative Penn

  • Moving is portrayed as a success, but the cycle of run-ruin-run should not really be thought of as part of the hearty prosperity of a new class.

    Has success torn apart the black community?

  • On October 9 Laliberte intends to lead an artistic performance from orbit entitled Moving Stars and Earth for Water.

    Andres Restrepo: World Celebrities Unite To Celebrate Water

  • TNT, based in the Netherlands, has a humanitarian arm it calls Moving the World, which now works with the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) in 60 countries.

    Relief When You Need It

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