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Music arranged in parts for a group of singers or players
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Its much more direct challenge to the social democratic establishment set Folkets Dagblad Politiken apart from Norrskensflamman, the focus of which was more concertedly industrial and provincial.
Redistribution would involve concertedly neutralising, or at least scaling down, the maldistributive effects of family influence on the life chances of children.
The NIT incident shows that separatist elements have made their way concertedly to top educational institutes and they must be weeded out," said a JKSC spokesperson.
The President said that the government was concertedly making efforts to promote national integration and called upon the people to foil machinations of the anti-state elements to create provincial, linguistic and religious rifts and emphasized for forging unity in their ranks to achieve peace and prosperity.
Open coding is to code all possible meaning units while axial coding is to "code more intensively and concertedly around single categories" (Strauss, 1987, p.
61) Unless or until, the Army adopts an operating paradigm that more concertedly harnesses the total force, as well as thoroughly enmeshes with the joint force, even this name change may not enable the service to provide the country's political leaders options to prevent conflict, shape the security environment, and win wars.
The triumph of totalitarianism in ostensibly democratic societies consists in Mailer's view in precisely in this capacity of systems of power to work concertedly at the affective and pre-reflective level to produce reactive identifications with established forms of authority.
Unlike the conventional insecticide which is based on single active ingredient, plant insecticides comprise botanical blends of bioactive chemical compounds which act concertedly on both behavioural and physiological processes (Ghosh et al.
Furthermore, unlike conventional mindfulness, presence does not concertedly aim to dissolve the identity of self (if that is even achievable), but to expand, deepen, and redefine the identity of self.
Furthermore, unlike conventional insecticides which are based on a single active ingredient, plant derived insecticides comprise an array of chemical compounds which act concertedly on both behavioral and physiological processes.
Restucci further said, "In a tough economic climate, it is incumbent on all of us to concertedly address more effective ways of working, and Lean is an excellent way of operating more efficiently and creating more value across every facet in our business.
For M&C Saatchi, the equa- tion will now start to reshape how the group works, driving the application of data and creativity more concertedly across the different divisions.