a gradual approach in a sentence
1. Evolutionary tactics embrace nonviolence, reject violence and take a gradual approach to anarchist aims, although there is significant overlap between the two.
2. On October 20, 1803, the Senate ratified the purchase treaty by a vote of 24–7. After the purchase, Jefferson preserved the region's Spanish legal code and instituted a gradual approach for integrating settlers into American democracy.
3. Sōtō tends towards a gradual approach, preferring to let the experiences happen on their own.
4. However, it is distinguished as an alternative form by its focus on moderate change and concentration on an individual comfort level and a gradual approach to living.
5. The Canadian Rockies are ascended by a gradual approach from the east, but are exceedingly abrupt on their transalpine slope in British Columbia.
6. It marked the decline of a gradual approach to decolonisation, and a rapid speeding up of the process.
7. This pass, like many other passes in the Sierra Nevada, has a gradual approach from the west and drops off to the east dramatically, losing more than 3,000 feet (910 m) by the time the road reaches U.S. Route 395.
8. Like the Sierra Nevada mountains themselves, the pass has a steep approach from the east and a gradual approach from the west.
9. A gradual approach was necessary since the Florianists still had some influence, particularly in the army, and the vice-president was connected to the ideas of the Florianists.
10. According to Tony Duff, he taught Mahamudra in two approaches, "one is a gradual approach called the Four Yogas of Mahamudra, the other is a sudden approach called Essence Mahamudra."
11. There are usually two sides: one which argues for a rapid transformation and one which argues for a gradual approach.
12. A gradual approach was adopted in developing the campus as a part of a plan for the overall area.
13. These norms recommended a gradual approach to Portuguese, using Portuguese as the most suitable orthographic reference for spoken Galician while allowing for a number of different solutions in case of doubt.
14. In 1939, a Rhodes Scholar named Clarence Streit wrote a book called Union Now, which advocated a gradual approach to final world union by way of regional unions, starting with the union between the US and Britain.
15. His is a gradual approach, starting with sensory experience and the 'realness' of the "things" perceived through them, which are "provisionally accorded a certain existence."
16. It seeks to achieve this through a gradual approach, starting first with forming the UNPA as a largely consultative body, before slowly empowering it as public support rises.
17. These norms recommended a gradual approach to Portuguese, often allowing for a number of different solutions in the case of uncertainty.
18. The SB5 was designed to allow a gradual approach to this configuration, flying initially with 50° sweepback before conversion to 60° when it would resemble, aerodynamically, a seven-eighths scale model of the Lightning.
19. After Soviet troops occupied Poland at the end of World War II, the Soviet government then enacted a gradual approach aimed at gaining control of the Catholic Church in Poland.
20. Instead of installing meters and immediately sending out bills, AAA decided to use a gradual approach.
21. One jihadi veteran of Yemen described its approach towards the local population: You have to take a gradual approach with them when it comes to religious practices.
22. However, its preference for a gradual approach to de-Perónization helped lead to Lonardi's ousting, though most of the board's recommendations withstood the new president's scrutiny.
23. For this reason In 't Veld pleaded for a gradual approach to tackling the housing shortage.
24. The FAO report emphasized the importance of a gradual approach that would have minimal impact on existing land use patterns, in part because of lack of experience with irrigation projects in the region.
25. The Liberals were broadly pro-French and advocated a gradual approach to self-rule, maintaining strong French links: Norindeth hoped to gain the guaranteed support of the elite, anticommunists, and the country's Cham minority.
26. After Soviet troops occupied Poland at the end of World War II, the Soviet-backed government enacted a gradual approach aimed at gaining control of the Catholic Church in Poland.
27. In order to accommodate for the limited resources of the colonies, however, Chamberlain took a gradual approach to establishing them, and most of the reform initially took place in areas with a higher population of Europeans.
28. Some cities take a gradual approach to prohibit the most polluting categories of vehicles first, then the next-most polluting, all the way up to a complete ban on all fossil fuel vehicles;
29. The superintendent of the Washington D.C. schools, Hobart M. Corning, favored a gradual approach to integrating the schools, which Butcher disagreed with.
30. With this in mind catalysts will break down the idea into more digestible chunks and take a gradual approach to implementing the change as opposed to doing it all at once.
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