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1 These people make excellent prospects for your products or services because of your indirect association with them.
2 Science and Technology Association served the function of a go-between.
3 I don't know if the sky is falling, but the challenge we face right now is quite severe," said Noah Brown, President of the Association of Community College Trustees.
4 Greeks mastered the principle of imagination and association to memorize everything.
5 Leistner admits the association does not test any toys on its own, but leaves that up to the the government.
6 At an Association for the Advancement of science meeting on the science of kissing, Helen Fischer, an evolutionary biologist, posits multiple reasons for lip locking.
7 The study, published this week in the British Journal of Psychiatry, is the first to examine the association between overall diet and depression.
8 Gruet, regulatory adviser to the European Wind Energy Association, said: "Science and public opinion are pointing in the same direction: more action on climate change.
9 Members of the association kick over 40 dollars a month for a common fund.
10 Most of the randomized trials did not detect any association between MPBS radiation and the development of acute symptoms during or shortly after exposure.
11 However, the schema for topology model does not enforce any strict association between unit and requirement types.
12 Scott Burns of the National District Attorneys Association says that elected sheriffs would be punished at the polls if they went around seizing property without good cause.
13 Some have breathed sighs of relief, others, including churches, right-to-life groups and the Australian Medical Association, bitterly attacked the bill land the haste of its passage.
14 Some stick together for long periods, but for others the association is transient.
15 This will show the relationship between them as an association.
16 magazine made no impact whatsoever on their careers or literature, and is only remembered because of Bukowski's association with it.
17 We've known about fusion since 1920, when Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington and the British Association for the Advancement of Science conjectured that that's why the sun shines.
18 But, they point out, the same association between performance and mortality risk was seen in the grip strength studies, which included a younger and presumably healthier population.
19 bowlers and association banquets, the three - franc movies and parish feasts have for years provided the recreation of those over thirty.
20 For one-to-one associations, developers have to select which end of the association holds the foreign key that represents the other end (this gets propagated down to the database schema).
21 Canadian Dental Association says to use a toothbrush with soft, rounded bristles. Go gently, too.
22 Authors Guild and the Association of American Publishers sued for "massive copyright infringement".
23 But guess who disagrees with that idea? The Renewable Fuels Association, which says the meat industry just wants to return to the days when the subsidies helped them.
24 This year, the crab association distributed 15 million plastic tags to certify their crabs were the real thing.
25 more recent work has demonstrated another association. Contrary to the old jokes about dumb blondes, beautiful people seem to be cleverer, too.
26 students may be buoyed by a rare bit of good news from the National Association of Colleges and employers: employers intend to hire 19% more graduates this year than last.
27 modelled on scouting and aimed at promoting children's rights, it has increasingly become a young sycophants' association.
28 I've talked before about JRR Tolkien and his association with The Oxford English Dictionary.
29 To examine this question (and many others, in many fields of scientific endeavour), the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) held its annual meeting this year in San Diego.
30 MARK TWAIN had it backwards," Steve Schneider joked, in a lecture he gave to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in 1972.