HE Eng Hamad Mubarak Buamim, Director General of Dubai Chamber, underlined the Chamber's interest in developing locals' skills and providing the national students an ideal working environment to spend the summer period fruitfully
Vatican II called the assembly to a more demanding requirement, that is, the people of God are expected to knowingly, actively and fruitfully
participate in the celebration of the Eucharist.
Simultaneously, a separate set of scholars (Duara 2004; Fogel 1988; and Young, 1999) have fruitfully
plumbed multiple facets of northeastern China society under the influence of Japan (1895-1945).
The introduction to the rite suggests that it is only "after [individuals have heard] the mystery of Christ proclaimed" and have responded to that proclamation by "consciously and freely seeking the living God and enter[ing] the way of faith and conversion as the Holy Spirit [guides them]" that they are able to "receive the sacraments fruitfully
In the Bible shalom means universal flourishing, wholeness, and delight--a rich state of affairs in which natural needs are satisfied and natural gifts are fruitfully
employed, a state of affairs that inspires joyful wonder as its Creator and Savior opens doors and welcomes the creatures in whom he delights.
Providing the reader with seemingly endless twists and turns of plot, Patience, My Dear is an enthralling, well crafted, superbly written "page-turner" of a read, fruitfully
exposed to the impairing remembrance and encounter of a first young love when nearing mid-life many years later.
Homosexuality and the grapevine have collaborated fruitfully
for over 2,500 years (Sappho's father and brother were prosperous wine merchants).
But it strains credence to accept that after sixty years of frustrated searching, the doppelganger believes that he has found another perfect partner--"the receptor to whom [Meyerhold's] energies might at last be fruitfully
transmitted"--and that that person is Camilla Archer.
Moten places such performances in dialogue with an exhaustive collection of Western philosophers and theorists, including Sigmund Freud, who in chapter one helps Moten to think through the question of "drive" in Ellington's music; Martin Heidegger, whom Moten fruitfully
relates to LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka in chapter two, the book's longest and most ambitious chapter; and Jacques Derrida, whose theory of "invagination" suffuses Moten's text as a whole but seems most productive when related to his readings of Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man and, later, the work of black philosopher and conceptual artist Adrian Piper.
There are many quite different efforts to find new ways for labor to work together more fruitfully
, some more far-reaching than others.
But for those that have instituted economic reforms and are reducing corruption, those dollars could now be fruitfully
invested in education, infrastructure, civil service, and other reforms that would make them more prosperous and eventually less dependent on future aid.
And finally the apricot and fig chutney - a fruitfully
round and ripe eastern Med delight, ideal with pale Dutch cheeses or cold pork or ham, and blissful too in sandwiches with cream cheese or Philadelphia.