One can only align oneself with
deductions by Transparency International (TI) which already dubbed this fraudulent Tradermoni scheme a vote buying trick,' Ogundipe said.
It's a tricky task to align oneself with
both China and the United States.
The British thought that sheltering terrorists was a good solution, but they did not realise that one can never align oneself with
the devil, and they did precisely that for years and years."
Michels says it is more important than ever to align oneself with
a company that is prepared to accept the challenges associated with today's fast-paced market.
Being emotionally intelligent means striving to improve or meet a standard of excellence and making a commitment to align oneself with
the goals of the group or organization.
He wrote, "The Law empowers sin, not just because it causes the evil in us to be revealed, but also because it spawns self-righteous 'good.'" To be merely good is to align oneself with
conscience alone--an impoverished stand-in for divine initiative.
She acknowledges that in the lives of the women who have come before her, identifying as part of a particular wave may have been an important way to align oneself with
a particular movement.
There is no temptation to align oneself with
the victors; grandeur and tragedy belong to the vanquished, who fight, not for an ideology, but rather, like Yeats's Irish airman, for "a lonely impulse of delight"; no celebration of Nazism or imperialism but rather admiration for invention and drive in the service of madness, a madness not very different from that of the American pilots in the '30s who raced in circles in some remote part of the Midwest or who lost their lives to establish a speed record that someone else would break a few years later.
It certainly pays to align oneself with
the right people.
But then, every country is, because all individuals have a slightly different spiritual outlook, whether or not it is close enough to one of the organised religions to permit one to align oneself with