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  • v. Present participle of vision.

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Examples

  • The process will begin with what we call visioning sessions, proposed by Senator Inouye, that will integrate public comments to help shape the final recommendations.

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  • Mostly spent time in visioning and planning, in January presented wireframes.

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  • Like the Nonprofit Investigative News Network NINN, The Media Consortium was formed and continues to thrive today because we believe in the type of collaboration and long-term visioning that can be accomplished together.

    Nonprofit news organizations form network but bring different priorities » Nieman Journalism Lab

  • Islip's Long Island MacArthur Airport has received $100,000 in federal funds for a long-term visioning study.

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  • Churn at the top can make long-term visioning seem irrelevant.

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  • The Planning Process  BE X DO = HAVE - the long-term visioning ….

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  • It was sheerly automatic, and his visioning was an unfailing accompaniment to the living present.

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  • They were recommended to staff five different subcommittees of the so-called visioning process focusing on Commerce and Industry, education, health and human services, infrastructure and public safety.

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  • Finally, if the Seattle City Council would like to do some "visioning" that eschews stroking to heal vices, casting tiny pebbles into the water, and assuming the socialist mantle of "social justice" and "equity;" I have some suggested language to help them get centered.

    Sound Politics: The Underwhelming Priorities Of The Seattle City Council

  • The vociferous property owners at Wednesday's Council meeting were stark evidence that the Administration of Mayor Robinson-Briggs has seriously stubbed its toe in neglecting to involve the business community in any 'visioning' process for the city's future.

    Assemblyman Green is absolutely right

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