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inter-relationship

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  • But it is certainly a rich read, with two strongly depicted women as main characters, lots of romance, passion, magicand inter-relationship skullduggery, all tied up inan art and psychotherapytheme.

    Sunday Salon: A Place of Safety and Bloodprint

  • What was very clear to me at recent UN meetings was that it is critical not to see these goals as independent, but to connect the dots that show their inter-relationship.

    World Bank boss pleads with rich nations to dig deep and help poor

  • The inter-relationship between man and nature is of central importance in London's fiction, even as it had been in Crane's Maggie where the city overcomes Maggie.

    “The Kipling of the Klondike”: Naturalism in London's Early Fiction

  • Mr. Klein also sidesteps the traditional set up of brass, saxes and rhythm section call-and-response, and reconsiders the typical inter-relationship of individual soloist and full ensemble.

    Friends, Sisters, Countrymen

  • So why can't some economist some where look at these different regions and see the inter-relationship between the minimum wage and black market illegal workers?

    Immigration Reform, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The obvious next great field of enquiry for science is to investigate the differences and inter-relationship of mind and matter rather than insisting that the only fact that a bona fide scientist can consider as such is something measurable only on the physical plane.

    Another Look

  • Mr. Naren looks for the inter-relationship of the various metrics above to make his investment.

    How to be Warren Buffett in India

  • The inter-relationship between "Green Tech" and "High Tech" is still in its formative stages, but geographic proximity alone may yield unexpected advantages.

    Richard H. Smith: Tesla - Toyota - Nummi : The Electric Car Reborn?

  • One last item (underlining the complex inter-relationship between the military, the industries who compete to supply it and the trade publications that cover it), should remind of President Eisenhower's farewell speech in which he warns to "guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex."

    Reese Schonfeld: A Day in Life of the Military-Industrial Complex

  • Huckabee understands that economic well-being is fused with social and moral well-being, and he talks about the inter-relationship in a way no other candidate has.

    Archive 2008-01-01

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