Słownik dla poszukujących pracy - Krzysztof Czekierda
putting into action
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Last year we continued to seek new ways of putting into action our concern for the environment.
The new chairman will be putting into action the firm's $4m internal study of international strategy that was developed last year.
Thus putting into action the ecclesial vision of Vatican II.
They were putting into action the words of Sir Gordon Borrie:
The substance of change, namely putting into action the reform programme of Commissioner Santer, is essential.
Hence I believe that solidarity among the different States and areas is fundamental, not least in the response to this new strategy that we are putting into action.
"They have no effect on the independence of French decision-making when it comes to putting into action forces which depend exclusively on the President of the republic."
In February 2009, the College Hill Corridor Master Plan was published and adopted by the Commission to begin putting into action.
Claudio arrives on Shylos Ten, where Wilhelm Ryan is putting into action his secret genocidal plan against the race called the Star.
Knowing her to be out, guessing she would go out the moment he was gone, he was putting into action some plan that involved the cellar, that involved deceiving her.
With the putting into action of Islamabad, the original master plan, devised by an international architecture firm, Doxiadis Associates, had provided only a broad outline or framework for the new capital.
Putting into action his belief that "literature is the greatest tool we have in our culture to humanize society," Waxler co-founded Changing Lives Through Literature (CLTL) in 1991.
But Mr. Cousteau's son, a former producer of Cousteau films, who quit the society in 1993, said: "The Fiji resort is the perfect illustration of putting into action what we have been preaching.
It is my hope that by putting into action one of the four freedoms, it will be possible to eliminate the bad practice whereby Member States have prevented, through numerous methods, the implementation of that principle.
That kind of cooperation will be vital in finding ways to better control illegal handguns in the city, in wresting long-overdue education funds from Albany and in putting into action the mayor's solid waste management plan.
But he said yesterday that he was ignoring polls about his own popularity and will definitely run again in 1998, putting into action for himself the kind of political talents he exercised in other races large and small this year.
"Whether one sympathises with the agitation for female suffrage or not one has to admit that its promoters showed tireless energy and considerable enterprise in devising and putting into action new methods for accomplishing their ends.
Both Federal and state officials said on Tuesday that they could still manage without putting into action emergency plans that include blocking vessels and mobilizing thousands of National Guard and state law-enforcement officers to transport large numbers of refugees to processing centers.
The real choice is between doing nothing - with U.N. peacekeeper-hostages continuing to fail to deter the Serbs - and putting into action a NATO strategy to change the course of a war that will be long and bloody no matter what we do.
(Agence France-Presse) EGYPT: MOVE ON MINI-MOSQUES The Ministry of Religious Endowments said it began putting into action a plan to control 6,000 "zawya," or mini-mosques, in an attempt to put an end to Muslim fundamentalism.
In the episode "The Winged Thing," Spider-Man sees him robbing a millionaire's penthouse then putting into action the robbery of an experimental missile, which is apparently going to be used to bring him down, as part of a plot to steal an experimental device to control a flock of vultures.
Wings of Death was considered one of the best games for the Atari ST. It made well use of the machine's capabilities, automatically detecting and putting into action additional resources as digital audio, blitter and expanded colour palette of the newer ST models (STe and TT).
An audit by Washington consultants says that putting into action Houston's community policing program, established and heavily promoted by Mr. Brown when he was Police Chief here, has been difficult and that the department has viewed the philosophy as an "end in itself," rather than as a tool to reduce crime and improve service.
I should like to point out that no label will be enough to erase the visible effects the policies that the EU has been implementing and its economic governance have had on the citizens and peoples of Europe: in short, the plans of true social terrorism it has been putting into action with the connivance of national governments.