Some attempts to control the spread of disease had always been made, but they were not adequate.
Civilization can be considered an attempt to control new knowledge for the common good.
But this is hardly the city's first attempt to control the rat population.
Any attempt to regulate or control the market will be the worst thing.
It's an attempt to control the population of the third world.
This was an attempt to control people from all walks of life to keep political order.
The development of technology, an attempt to control the environment, would then be inevitable.
And she had made no attempt to control his release.
"It's an attempt by some companies to control their share of the less desirable cases."
"There has been no real attempt to control for all of those things at the same time," he said.
In the game, players will attempt to control a country during the time of the second world war.
"But it's also a means by which employers can legally attempt to control costs."
Fighting broke out when security staff attempted to control the situation.
"He was always stubborn like that," she said, attempting to control herself.
One officer fell off his horse while attempting to control the crowd.
Blue Gold is about attempting to control the world's water at any cost, including mass murder.
"When they first realized that something was not right, some measures could have been taken to attempt to control the reaction."
When there is a lack of trust in leadership, people often attempt to control the reward system.
Choice theory explains how we attempt to control our world and those in it.
We are no longer attempting to control the machines, they do much better when left alone.