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intent

Law the will or purpose with which one does an act

Intent

A LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System component. Identifies the primary goal of each prerequisite or credit.
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Nuala listened to all our stories in turn and listened intently.
The same proportion, 67 per cent, think they hear most intently when they are trying to eavesdrop on tittle-tattle taking place nearby, reports The Telegraph.
1 : watchful and ready especially to meet danger <But he was alert at night, too, on the road, always listening intently .
But Mr Bush argued that his staff were working intently to address the contentious issue about greenhouse gases.
Architect, Carmi Bee, principal of RKT&B Architects, has been watching intently the jumpstart affordable housing development in the city this past year, hoping that the movement will be a throwback to the late 1960's when he was first starting out in the business.
Scrambling through as the third runner-up in week one, I have never watched all-weather racing so intently.
In doing so, Reumman focuses intently on how the post-war world viewed men, woman, sexual normativity, and sexual deviants.
Chemtura is selling its EPDM and Rubber Chemicals businesses in order to focus more intently on its core businesses.
They take a tidbit from a male's beak or stare intently at the ground.
But I quickly realized that the more intently I sought to learn about my Black ancestors, the more I would have to research the white people who owned them.
Weaver, who is expected to return to the mound this weekend at Kansas City, will be watching intently.