Time as a fundamental element of strategy: "There is a time to engage in battle, when we have an opportunity or when the advantage is on our side" (Part II, chap
To be a chap
is to take the mannerisms of an old-fashioned English gentleman, and take the bits that we like -- being eccentric, drinking cocktails before lunch, dressing exquisitely and being courteous to ladies C* The rest, such as bloodsports and flogging manservants, we put that aside.
Whilst we're not being made to give up making the chaps
, the paperwork involved is just too much.
The ground heating system, the same type as former US president George W Bush has installed at his ranch in Texas, is part of a CHAP
research programme to reduce the carbon footprint of their homes.
The woman got out and ushered the old chap
(who could barely walk) to the kerb, while the men wrestled with the scooter.
We learn more about Chap
and what his intentions are.
FCAP is an optional authentication protocol but it is considered much stronger than the password-based mechanism used in CHAP
Select hospices throughout the nation are given this recognition, which indicates hospice core services that exceed Medicare and CHAP
quality standards and should be adopted by other hospices nationwide as the ideal prototype for their programs.
A top priority of CHAP
is to define and advance the highest standards of community care when a home care agency is requesting accreditation.
This includes profiles of individual Christian missionaries and their interlocutors: the eighteenth-century Tamil Lutherans Savarimuthu and Rayanayakkan (Daniel Jeyaraj, chap
Counterpart International's partner for CHAP
in Osh Oblast, the Elim Uchun Civic Fund, will distribute humanitarian assistance among needy people in Osh and in Batken Oblasts.
REMEMBER our front page picture - Issue 71 - showing the old chap
with his scales who used to sit in Stockton market?