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What is needed is a clear principled approach to our problems to counter the Tories' ideological obsessions.
A principled approach is needed based on placing decision-making as close to those affected by it in a way which is as simple and clear to the public as possible.
With the adoption of a more principled approach to accounting standards, the ethical aspect of accountants' professional judgment takes on a greater importance.
Stressing that sustaining these many values will require a principled approach, the environmental expert, said: "First of all the vision should be supported by goals.
In his address to the General Assembly, Gul said proliferation of weapons of mass destruction threatened the world, noting that it could only be overcome if all countries including those who owned nuclear weapons adopted a just and principled approach.
Ralph will be remembered for his brilliant intellect, his principled approach to cataloging, and the spirited fights he waged for what he knew to be right.
Tesco also took a more principled approach to its milk selection and launched the Localchoice milk range in 2009 (NOTE--SPELLING IS CORRECT).
Pakistan always adopted balanced and principled approach on disarmament, he said while talking to VOA.
Brand brought the same tough but principled approach to that job that he used in dealing with the UO's financial crisis, Frohnmayer said.
In the 165 countries in which we operate, CIMA members share a forward-looking, dynamic and principled approach to change--it is in our DNA.
I am grateful for the council's totally honest and principled approach to what were complex legal issues.
28: "This story is no longer about my small country, but the West's ability to stand its ground to defend a principled approach to international security".

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