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developing

[də′vel·əp·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
The complete process of producing an image on sensitized material by means of chemical agents.
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It is difficult to document the precise amount of savings, because we would never create two separate platform-centric ASE systems while simultaneously developing a common system against which to compare them.
Starting up halon banking systems is certainly in the best interest of developing world airlines.
This allows leaders to work with teachers and others in developing and enacting a thoughtful curriculum.
Mazzucchi, designated the Project Manager for Ground Combat and Control, Colonel Greene, as the trail boss to lead the effort in rapidly developing an SOS and getting it to the PEO C3T's Central Technical Support Facility (CTSF) at Fort Hood, Texas by April 30, 2004.
Based on the share of the poor in national income, the weighted average of industrial country imports from these counties has a "poverty intensity" of 45 percent, compared to only 7 percent for imports from developing countries on average.
And as markets in the developed world became saturated, debt issuers turned to the developing world to keep their profits rolling in.
This is a luxury most in the developing world simply cannot tolerate to the same extent.
Why do you believe that character building -- developing good character -- is essential to youth development?
In addition, 45 percent of the participants were from minority groups--African American, Hispanic American/ Latino, Asian American or Pacific Islander, or American Indian--that are at increased risk of developing diabetes.

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