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(2) She has the ability to engage with young minds.
(3) A politics of the future has to engage with new ideas.
(4) The teeth in one wheel engage with those of another.
(5) She found it hard to engage with office life.
(6) They are people who engage with the world and use what they learn from experience.
(7) The disciples show a reluctance to fully engage with the question-maybe the answer is to disturbing.
(8) Both Roeg and Russell could engage with popular cinematic forms in a way that the directors around Anderson could not.
(9) Called to actively engage with the outside world.
(10) Most work in which humans engage with some personal satisfaction would seem emptied of all point thereby.
(11) It is a hard game to engage with but meditations on the Passion are designed to enable play.
(12) Most broadly, he has sought to engage with opponents, saying that America would "extend a hand, if you unclench your fist", for example to those who were earlier dismissed as an "axis of evil".
(13) When they attempt to engage with the gun at ranges longer than that, say adding another 200 yards to the distance, our troops are relatively unsusceptible to the fire and pay it little heed.
(14) If the big cogwheel does not engage with the small one, the machine stops.
(15) A family's psychology and psychopathology engage with its social and economic life.
(16) Benin? Sovereign God, help Your people to engage with both Muslims and Animists in Benin.
(17) Obama, for his part, refused to engage with reporters assembled for the photo op.
(18) Topic: Should NGO engage with the business world?
(19) The teeth of one wheel engage with those of the other.
(20) Are you so tired you don't have the energy to engage with your kids? Sentencedict.com
(21) Vulnerability is not weakness, and the uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure we face every day are not optional. Our only choice is a question of engagement. Our willingness to own and engage with our vulnerability determines the depth of our courage and the clarity of our purpose; the level to which we protect ourselves from being vulnerable is a measure of our fear and disconnection. Brene Brown
(22) These are problems that many of us can't or don't want to engage with, but games can change that because, by definition, any successful interactive system will make people want to engage.
(23) "If the United States sticks to its Cold War mentality and continues to engage with Asian nations in a self-assertive way, it is doomed to incur repulsion in the region," the Xinhua commentary said.
(24) She had vowed to go out of her way to engage with the Irish people at local community level.
(25) As the Development Committee recognized, working closely with the Board, we must engage with all of our partners on this important issue.
(26) The reward centers that are lit up by well-designed games will light up when we engage with any well-designed interactive system.
(27) I will be delighted to make any useful connections, send you umpteen resources and engage with you in everyway that will help you follow your own heart and to help you blossom.
(28) Educationist Mr Cai Yuanpei said: " educationist, means to engage with the affairs of cultivating personality "
(29) But their heightened xenophobia and demonisation of contact with the West augur badly for Barack Obama's effort to engage with Iran's rulers.
(30) Mr Parrish advised drug firms to abandon their bunker mentality and engage with their critics.
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