By pinpointing these mutant genes, scientists will be better able to find ways
to help dogs beat the diseases.
As Myernick tells it, sometimes you have to find ways
to take your mind off your pain--"that tendonitis that all the girls have in the same ankle from running in a 'Snow' circle for 40 shows in a row.
We believe this presents a critical need to find ways
of attracting more of the best and brightest young people to our field and providing continued support to trainees during times of transition.
Perhaps these were staged, I have no way of knowing, but certainly they show all involved actively trying to find ways
to do things better.
Then they find ways
to standardize the work, eliminate hand-offs, reduce the opportunity for error, and eliminate waste (which includes waiting time, doing things before they need to be done, unnecessary inventory and many other kinds of process waste).
Although he tries to find ways
to throw them back together, at 13 he is too young to understand that some things cannot be fixed.
Therefore, it is more important to find ways
to help developing countries clean tip their act than to force every bit of clean air out of North American industries.
This is achieved through profiles of scientists, engineers, and academicians who find ways
to avert danger through a variety of techniques.
The commission was created by Archbishop Rowan Williams to find ways
of maintaining "the highest degree of communion possible" in the Anglican Communion, which is composed of 38 self-governing provinces in 164 countries.
He has stated a willingness to find ways
to use all recycled materials, including recycled concrete as roadbase, and has shown an openness to listen to new ideas and to find ways
to properly use recycled products in roadwork.
Hutslar shows how to find ways
to understand and benefit from those difficulties.
But why not err on the side of caution and seek to find ways
to terminate pregnancies in the most humane ways possible for both the woman and the fetus?
We have to find ways
to make sure they come in with realistic expectations of what they can find.
Part Four, Charting a Common Course, challenges our society and public land managers to find ways
to respect tribal needs while honoring those of established religions by managing sacred sites for "mutual accommodation of intercultural differences.
They have taught social studies and geometry and still managed to find ways
to hold the fleeting attention span of students in a classroom.