It is also time for Japan to reaffirm its twin foreign-policy principles that set store by
Geense sees that the doctrine of divine election, stressed by Reformed Christians, is likely to be especially troubling to those who set store by
ecumenism or universalism.
Acquisitive Shakespeare" was "cold-blooded and provident," "a shrewd countryman," a "through and through professional," "a man who set store by
material things," who "knew what to do when the wind was rising," and was "not slow to exploit his [economic and class] advantage.
But the measure in itself would not be sufficient to forge coordination or eliminate a mismatch of perceptions among senior provincial officials, the analyst pointed out, suggesting the president set store by
professional skills and experience in the process of appointing governors and give them more authority.
Pyongyang's statement Tuesday said its decision to participate in the games ''is a clear proof of its patriotic will and broad magnanimity to set store by
the June 15 (2000) North-South Joint Declaration and achieve national cooperation in its basic spirit.
To those who set store by
appearances, most of those who were having a good time on Sunday would almost certainly have been objects of ridicule.