Jamat-e-Islami's Sahibzada Tariqullah said Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah can be a consensus
8220;With this merger, Consensus
Energy can now offer an unprecedented range of technological solutions and services for saving money,” said Partner Ben Taube, formerly Executive Director of the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance.
In the November 19, 2006, issue of The Catholic Register, the editor speaks approvingly of Margaret Somerville's recent book in which she says that a shared ethics achieved by a consensus
among the various groups in society will help solve its problems.
Similar to the first session, after reaching consensus
on the names of the courses, industry and higher education representatives were given "Post-it" notes to record ideas generated during the brainstorming process.
The International Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia Consensus
Development Conference (CDC) followed the guidelines set forth by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) (16).
that management can create, following the results of a survey, is absolutely necessary in making employees feel as though they are stakeholders in the company.
Second, he suggests how it can be known which doctrines have been taught in this way: namely, by the universal and constant consensus
among Catholic theologians that certain doctrines are matters of faith, even though they have not been solemnly define.
02-16, the EITF reached a consensus
that cash consideration received by a reseller from a vendor for cooperative advertising is presumed to be a reduction of the prices of the vendor's products or services and, thus, should be classified as a reduction of cost of sales when recognized in the reseller's income statement.
The real world changes and evolves, therefore true consensus
must progress accordingly.
The liberal consensus
that originated with the New Deal and dominated American politics for the next 30 years (including Dwight Eisenhower's two terms) was broken--shattered, in fact--by the Republican party's nomination of Goldwater for president in 1964.
While Massaro is not naive about the work that needs to be done to achieve consensus
around these five areas, his hope seems to be rooted more in the momentum of Catholic social teaching than in the reality of many Catholics' political and economic attitudes.
In the end, there will either be a national consensus
embodied in a strong mandate for the newly elected President to move forward with the plan for reform or there will be a public recognition that there is no sufficient consensus
for fundamental change.