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1 He replayed the part of the tape in which Tom headed the ball into an open goal.
2 Paring his toenails with a flint to celebrate a goal. Emerging nude from the team bus for today's game at Blackburn.
3 I just wish they would have implemented all the changes for the 2013 race and given people plenty of advance notice, rather than crushing those who thought they had finally reached their goal.
4 But this study suggests that if the goal is increased equality, individual attitudes have to change.
5 The goal of the Pacific health Summit is to connect science and policy for a healthier world.
6 But that alone will not get him to his goal of halving the budget deficit in four years, nor will the other cost cutting he discussed Tuesday night.
7 By creating what I call a "story goal," you are actually giving yourself a task — something to do.
8 way to realize this goal is to establish a closer relationship with its business partners, including its suppliers.
9 Physicians and other caregivers typically go into medicine with the honorable and noble goal of helping people. So when our judgment is questioned, it can be devastating.
10 She argues that Taiwanese manufacturers should shift their focus to selling to China and that the government should co-ordinate an effort to achieve that goal.
11 But have you ever met a parent whose ambition and goal was to be a bad parent and hurt his or her child?
12 That goal, as stated, is too subjective, too vague, and is simply not measurable.
13 If pressure gives you the push toward your goal, motivation gives you the pull.
14 Last year, he netted a goal within his first minutes on the pitch as a Red against Major League Soccer's all-star team.
15 The justice secretary’s goal was to cut Britain’s large prison population, coming up with more effective ways of dealing with offenders and reducing stubbornly high reoffending rates.
16 You can use this notebook to capture everything as you think of it, to write down your MITs and batch process tasks for today, and to write down your one goal.
17 If we view time as the most valuable commodity, then our goal should be to do enough, not more.
18 While these things may be necessary for reaching the goal of delivering a solution, they are not valuable in and of themselves.
19 Your goal to getting dressed for work is to project a professional, competent image, regardless of your employement level or career path.
20 Whether at work or at Home, the goal is to engage in activities that are both personally significant and enjoyable.
21 The goal is to buy the swaps when such protection is relatively cheap and sell them when debt worries erupt, sending such prices higher.
22 It has struck your leg, but you are not a player and therefore you cannot allow the goal.
23 The goal is for users to be able to watch and learn from the lip movements of a native speaker dictating any sentence, even though each video is machine-generated.
24 My main goal is to tell the story well and have everyone like it," Guo said recently in a telephone interview.
25 Passion should be your goal.
26 primary goal of Hibernate Shards is to enable application you to query and transact against sharded datasets using the standard Hibernate Core API. This approach provides the following benefits.
27 I suggest it should be an activity whose value lies in the activity itself and not in achieving an external goal.
28 Sometimes the goal of fluency in a language seems too far off, and difficult to envision if you have never done it.
29 When you take action toward your goal each and every day anything is possible.
30 The goal is to reduce the incidence of high blood pressure, a major contributor to heart attacks, strokes and kidney disease.