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1 I believe testers have the opportunity to contribute broadly to the project in each of the RUP phases.
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4 As the largest producer of cigarettes in the world, with most consumed domestically, the country aims to contribute one hour without cigarettes to tobacco control.
5 It is one in which they can contribute immediately and lighten everyone's load throughout the project.
6 The towers, not only ground the buildings with their visual weight, but they also contribute to the rigor of rhythmic play needed in such expansive internal Spaces and environment.
7 From there, you can reach your own conclusion and contribute your own ideas.
8 Under individual contributions, the hope that others contribute leads individuals not to contribute.
9 In fact, they do contribute code to the community, which is as it should be.
10 After some vocational training, these senior high school students can also become backbones in their own fields and contribute their wisdom to our society.
11 They included skatole, a component of feces; trimethylamine, one of the essences of rotting fish; and several of the more pungent fatty acids that contribute to rancid human body odor, " Ed says.
12 I think hedges are going to be more expensive (and contribute less to profits) and that companies are going to have hedged a smaller percentage of production in 2010 than in 2009.
13 Some of that residue is positive because we contribute to the development of our family, friends, society, and world.
14 Therefore, for every solution for a symptom, there should be one or more directives that contribute to the ultimate solution.
15 There are some we think may contribute, but as you know, we give a lot of different medications, particularly in children with leukemia.
16 This is another example of how the partnership with SAP helps contribute to a better version of DB2 for everyone.
17 In this way we can properly use our human intelligence, our capacity for reason and analysis, to contribute to our happiness and satisfaction.
18 These efforts contribute to our understanding of the virus, its patterns of spread, and the spectrum of sickness it can cause.
19 The dinner was held under the auspices of businesses that have partnerships with the museum and contribute money to it.
20 All of this information will help scientists understand why the Pine Island Glacier drains so much ice to the ocean and how much it could contribute to sea level rise in the future.
21 growing body of evidence shows that fat deposited just under the skin doesn't contribute that much to the development of metabolic disorders such as diabetes or heart problems.
22 In this example, all the objects contribute to the reach size of the leak root.
23 I want to give them every opportunity to graduate with skills that allow them to have fulfilling careers-careers where they contribute to the field.
24 Those who achieve their goals through enterprise contribute to the wealth and opportunities, incomes and living standards of others.
25 Many things we do on a regular basis can contribute to stained teeth, such as drinking coffee, tea, cola and red wine or smoking.
26 that means that reluctant europeans-germans in particular-will have to contribute more than they have done to such ventures as the war in Afghanistan.
27 OpenStreetMaps is itself at a turning point as it tries to progress from a techie-driven project to one that the ordinary consumer can not only understand but contribute to as well.
28 We need to learn and fulfill the international responsibilities time has endowed on us and contribute to building harmony and prosperity in the world.
29 's also helping all of us who feel helpless, nestled in our homes in the developed world, contribute to the cause and see immediate impact.
30 One of my students then in the final year of medical school asked me to contribute an article about medical humanities for the college magazine, Reflections which they bring out.