To restore faith in the election process, it behooves
the federal government to take action.
So, here we are: Dance Magazine is seventy-five years old, and it obviously behooves
all of us motley crew associated with the magazine to celebrate the event.
you to make sure you've covered all your bases," Rotante said.
us all to encourage relatives, friends, and anyone else who will listen to prepare now for the movement and to commit to the principles of financial empowerment.
With this past January's merger still under regulatory scrutiny, it most likely behooves
AOL to maintain its relationship with CBS instead of pairing with corporate brother CNN.
us as educators to reveal them and to make the greatest use of them.
Sharing data brings such enormous economies of scale that it behooves
practices that work together to standardize and integrate their information systems.
It hardly behooves
the United States to counsel nuclear continence to promiscuous nations, though Israel for geopolitical reasons happens not to be on our blacklist of delinquents.
It certainly behooves
all managers and owners to become better informed and trained in how ergonomics affects work and job performance.
So it behooves
the inexperienced prospector to choose a "good" colony -- one not too thinly or thickly settled, and one exuding a particularly confident tone of chatter.
the rest of us to read it to find out what those neophytes are learning.
upon America...to be prudent and patient.'
Clearly, as we face declining resource issues, it behooves
academic institutions to understand the value of infrastructure in their capital improvement programs.
all new or long-time BPO customers to examine their contracts and make sure that these issues have been properly addressed.
us, then, to humble ourselves before the offended Power, to confess our national sins, and to pray for clemency and forgiveness." (Proclamation for National Day of Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer, adopted March 3, 1863)