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Music the prolongation of a note, by playing technique or electronics
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The task organization drives how sustainers plan and execute sustainment.
A renewed focus on the sustainment principles and survivability will enable ESCs and sustainers to accomplish the principles of anticipation and responsiveness.
For as little as $5 a month, or about the cost of a fancy cappuccino at your local gourmet roaster, charged, with your permission, once a month to your credit or debit card, WILPF US sustainer members can make an important contribution that WILPF urgently needs to support its program and mission and to amplify the work of members and branches.
For example, you might build a sustainer model, taking a random sample of donors from other programs and asking them to become a monthly sustainer.
pollinators, all sorts of carriers and sustainers, in order to bend life
Above all, you, our readers, have been the ultimate sustainers of the whole enterprise.
McDonough represents "sustainers," formerly active members of the organization, which used to retire members after the age of 40.
You can join Jim and the work toward social justice by becoming a member of the Sojourners Sustainers Circle--a monthly giving club that helps put faith into action for social justice.
"ALU will play a defining role in producing sustainers who are more multi-functional, more proficient, more capable and clearly more effective.
It also explains to sustainers the importance of contracting and their role in contracting; strategic-level support; and support of military, civilian, joint, and multinational organization.
Using music as varied as hip hop and classical, Keigwin's imaginative take on these life sustainers should make for riveting dance/theater.
"Wonderful family recipes that had not been printed in cookbooks were rampant We were lucky to have such a wealth of material to work with for our book." Junior League members and sustainers submitted 3,600 recipes, and networks of tasters tested each recipe at least three times--a process that took two years--until 900 recipes were finally chosen and voted for publication.