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1. To allocate and prioritise the work of the section.
2. Furthermore, Western cultures prioritise the visual over other sensual impressions.
3. Ability to prioritise and organise service assignments at all tables in assigned station.
4. Your ability is to prioritise task, your language level and your enthusiasm are determining factors.
5. Ability to prioritise and organise work assignments ; delegate work.
6. But it's a crucial balancing act where you have to prioritise on a daily basis.
7. We should choose to promote environmentally aware and responsible science - as well as to prioritise investment in environmental science itself.
8. What specific social problems are prevalent in the area and what support can you expect in trying to prioritise for special need?
9. Mr Friedman, who died in 2006, believed companies should prioritise their shareholders above all other stakeholders.
10. Liaise regularly with metering teams to help direct and prioritise effort to areas of measurement uncertainty.
10. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and build good sentences.
11. Establish annual, quarterly, monthly or weekly sales plans and prioritise and schedule own activities so these targets are met and make sure punctual account receivable.
12. As a policy, we will stick to that mandate and prioritise our service above all else.
13. There can be no trade - off between freedom and security, because the freedoms they prioritise trump everything.
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