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proactive

Psychol of or denoting a mental process that affects a subsequent process
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Rotronics, which was formed in 1991 and has a workforce of six, offers pro-active battery maintenance equipment, advice, training and support.
Ducati, an Italy-based automaker, is taking pro-active measures to develop the Scrambler family of retro motorcycles, along with the lifestyle segment, according to Raffaele Fusilli, Ducati's global sales director.
He credited Prime Minister Imran Khan and his team for pursuing a pro-active foreign policy aimed at securing Pakistan's interests.
They should be more pro-active to ensure every day that the fields are safe for children.
In this regard, district price control committees should play a pro-active role in checking the prices and see undue profiteering is not taking place.
"I was first introduced to North Shore Pro-Active Health a little over a year ago," the Wadsworth mom said.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Feb 28 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday chaired his twenty-fourth interaction through PRAGATI - the ICT-based, a multi-modal platform for Pro-Active Governance and Timely Implementation.
The objectives of the Programme are to enrich the participants' understanding of the value of biosphere reserves and the ecology that they encompass; to inform them on aspects of waste pollution and ways to be pro-active stewards of nature globally and locally; and to increase exposure to biospheres and encourage sustainable lifestyles in harmony with nature.
Providing with combination of premium addons, free cPanel and 24/7 pro-active management support.
Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) president Atif Ikram Sheikh has said that ICCI has been playing and will continue to play pro-active role in ensuring resolution of problems facing the traders community in the matters related to IESCO.
With contracts worth millions of pounds with blue-chip companies and facing a serious shortage of skilled workers, he took matters into his own hands and started a second company, Pro-active Safety.