Erik's post did actually draw attention to one
of the more worrying signs of bullish sentiment in equities: the market leadership of the "FANG" stocks.
The project was posted on social media and managed to draw attention to one
of the types of discrimination that most people are not willing to speak about.
The NTSB's Peter Knudson responded, "The purpose of the safety alert is to draw attention to one
, relatively new, strategy of midair collision avoidance, but is not an all-encompassing digest of prevention strategies.
WHEN world leaders gather in Paris today to begin the final stage of negotiations for a binding treaty limiting greenhouse gas emissions, they will draw attention to one
of the proven effects of climate change: Extreme weather.
We wanted to draw attention to one
of our latest subsidiaries which is Comicave Studios, the designing arm of Comicave Retail.
MYCRO BBREW PUBBB certainly draw attention to one
of the highlights of the area.
Saturday's event will draw attention to one
of many costume options in St.
To draw attention to one
very obvious piece of evidence, the "endnotes" that are provided on pp.
Finally, Garrido and Davidson draw attention to one
of the most recent applications of music in therapy, that of the Rap idiom, and point out that some researchers find positive effects of rap in therapy, and others find more negative effects.
Dobrev went on to draw attention to one
of the main priorities of the government, infrastructure development, adding that four highways were under construction.
Draw attention to one
or two exceptional and relevant skills on your resume
By sending out a press release, complete with picture, all this ardently pro-EU politician has done is draw attention to one
of the absurdities of the union.
Town Without My Car Day - page 16 The invitation by Friends of the Earth asking those on the Birmingham Post Power 50 list to leave their cars at home for the day was clearly a publicity gimmick which was only ever likely to draw attention to one
unassailable fact - the movers and shakers in this great city do not, by and large, travel by public transport or, perish the thought, walk to their business appointments.
And I would like to draw attention to one
of the loyal unsung heroes, often overlooked by fans and writers alike, who I believe should get a mention.
I draw attention to one
in particular- the traditional governance model does not easily apply in public-private partnerships.