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31 But there is a second powerful strategic argument which has propelled nuclear power forward in Britain, as in other countries.
32 The environment calls the tune and the strategic behaviour of individuals is a response to the circumstances affecting their lives.
33 Social selection has thus yielded two main strategic components in the behaviour responsible for societal organization.
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34 The Future Any Strategic Plan must involve improvement and expansion of channels of communication.
35 This not only altered the strategic military balance in favour of the rebels, it also gave them an important psychological boost.
36 In August the Soviet Union announced that it would cease producing rail-mounted strategic nuclear missiles from the beginning of 1991.
37 Over and above these industry-based calculations hangs the larger strategic concept for the advantage to the nation as a whole.
38 Reaction to speech Commentators claimed that Hussein's speech did nothing less than alter the strategic balance in the Middle East.
39 Strategic direction and decision making are about choosing the right road, and they need a high degree of external information.
40 Then, as they explored various strategic alternatives, they began to coalesce around one direction for the company.
41 This facility allegedly commanded the strategic approaches to the Red Sea.
42 At Guinness, these principles constitute our Strategic Intent. you have already seen the first part of that intent.
43 Secondly, along with the development of the training and enterprise councils(sentencedict.com), Britain's sectors should be given a key strategic role.
44 Strategic and personnel management, and many aspects of financial management are obvious exceptions.
45 That is needed where possible to make the strategic analysis more rigorous before final approvals are given.
46 Strategic air power had all but won the Second World War.
47 For certain technologies, notably strategic defence against nuclear weapons, researching makes more sense than deploying a half-baked system.
48 These were strategic points: a bombed bridge could put the line out of action for as long as a year.
49 I told him also that Britain's only strategic weapon would be the minimum deterrent constituted by Trident.
50 Powerful incumbent airlines found three ways to erect strategic entry barriers and consolidate their market power.
51 In that event the Strategic Rail Authority would run day-to-day operations while buyers were sought.
52 He says we feel the numbers justify the claim that prison is being used in a strategic way against asylum seekers.
53 We are tackling our problem areas and are divesting those assets which no longer have a strategic fit.
54 Kodak is exploring either selling its copier unit or setting a joint venture or strategic alliance.
55 But corruption is only a partial explanation of some of the key strategic decisions taken by the governments.
56 Thus government, i.e. local government, has strategic responsibility over its administrative area for the provision of sporting opportunities.
57 So I had been able to admire the strategic splendor of leaving me in our apartment.
58 They are usually part of executive teams that are involved in strategic planning or new product development.
59 Constructing rows of turbines in strategic areas could reduce soil erosion and help to phase out the use of wood for fuel.
60 A strategic overview on the issue would be published in an autumn white paper.
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