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“But however we do it, here is a four-step process for you to experiment with:”
“Working It Out The following four-step approach has proved useful in helping executives sort all this out:”
“An archivist reviews agency submissions, which must include clear descriptions of the records involved, in a four-step process.”
“Tom Harkin (D-IA) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) have introduced legislation that would “change Senate procedure to create a four-step process that would eventually allow a majority of 51 votes, rather than 60, for cloture — ending debate and moving to a final vote on passage of a bill.””
“It offers a four-step plan for reductions and destruction of warheads over a twenty-year timetable to get to Zero.”
“To begin the scheduling process, please complete each of the items on our four-step checklist:”
“Tresidder, founder of FinancialMentor.com, offers a four-step method for figuring withdrawal rates that reflects much of the recent research: Estimate your life span, assess market valuations at the time you retire, account for variables like inflation and investment fees, and revisit your plan regularly.”
“The Web Worker Daily post walks through a four-step process of vetting your goals through your closest friends, keeping everyone in the loop via social sites like Twitter and Facebook, and even broadcasting outside your network to stick with your goals.”
“One intriguing idea knocking around European political and financial circles is a four-step plan that begins with Athens inserting collective-action clauses into the existing stock of domestically issued Greek debt some 93% of the total.”
“The authors provide a four-step process for hiring more smartly, including using professional networks to find the best candidates.”
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