Everyone's vision of perfection
is different so in order to pursue it you must identify it, and not settle for anything less than what you see fit to be perfection
The company was committed to maintaining its investment behind Bake to Perfection
and would increase media spend to [pounds sterling]4m in 2011, said senior brand manager Matt Richards.
scanners strive to deliver the best quality and overall value for preserving treasured photos at these price points," said Philip Amato, product manager, scanners, Epson.
The Epson Perfection
3590 Photo automates the whole process and features an Automatic Film Loader.
We can be successful by seeking perfection
but not necessarily being perfect.
Bruno moves from the conclusion that being a philosopher is a perfection
of being human to the claim that eventually only philosophers, who in some way attain unity with God, are real humans.
He does call us to perfection
, but only through His grace.
Her paintings point to perfection
for those like her, already secure and centered enough to imagine it.
Under the new rules, New York State law will govern the perfection
, its effects -- or non-perfection
- and termination of a lender's security interest.
But over the years, chronic dissatisfaction with ourselves and our work can become a source of deep personal unhappiness and illness if we don't learn to accept the fact that the perception of perfection
is an ideal, unattainable, and that there can be discrepencies between reality -- what we can achieve -- and what we keep striving to achieve.
Uniforms, LLC, the leading innovator in Police, Fire, EMS and DNR uniforms, has closed on a new senior debt facility as provided by First Capital.
Birds Eye's Simply Bake to Perfection
has reached the 10m [pounds sterling] milestone--but at the expense of the brand's Naked & Natural range.
Corporation now offers a complete line of large diameter non-corrosive mechanical couplings, Permasert XL, for joining gas mains.
The entirety of God's creation, its abundance and plenitude "the breadth and the length, the height and the depth," (Ephesians, 3:18), finds its fullest expression and perfection
in Christ, the pre-existent pleroma (the fullness of all possible categories of being); in Whom, through Whom, and for Whom all things were created and are completed: "God wanted all fullness to be found in Him and through Him to reconcile all things, everything in heaven and everything on earth, by making peace through His death on the cross" (Colossians,: 19-20).