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What do they own or, through dominant ownership, control to-day?
You know today, without my telling you, that the Railroad Trust owns or controls the entire anthracite and bituminous coal fields.
Returning to the question of being feared or loved, I come to the conclusion that, men loving according to their own will and fearing according to that of the prince, a wise prince should establish himself on that which is in his own control and not in that of others; he must endeavour only to avoid hatred, as is noted.
Tarzan realized that only through a miracle of chance could they reach Usanga and effect the change in pilots and yet he knew that that chance must be taken, for in the brief moments since he had first seen the plane, he had realized that the black was almost without experience as a pilot and that death surely awaited them in any event should the black sergeant remain at the control.
The first intimation Usanga had that all was not well with him was when the girl slipped suddenly to his side and grasped the control and at the same instant steel-like fingers seized his throat.
Casting off its lashings he dragged it out from beneath the trees, and, mounting to the deck tested out the various controls. The motor started at a touch and purred sweetly, the buoyancy tanks were well stocked, and the ship answered perfectly to the controls which regulated her altitude.
Some control systems can make minor adjustments to less active filler ingredients, within specification limits, in an attempt to maintain the overall volume of the batch, thus ensuring optimum mixing.
In a traditional machine control system with a PLC, data is processed sequentially with ladder logic, which imposes delays.
* Balance sheet account reconciliation is an underappreciated internal control over financial re porting.
Readers may find this focus on priests and birth control to be a curious perspective at first thought.
Dengue has been successfully prevented through vector control in 3 instances.
In one form or another, CPA firms maintain a system of quality control. And if recent events are any indication, it appears that the public and lawmakers also are focusing greater attention on the CPA's quality control system.
Further, systems of accountability and control reduce overall firm risk, and provide leverage in negotiating with lenders and investors to drive down the cost of capital.
In 2004, most companies thought that they needed to document every possible transaction, no matter how insignificant it might be, and most auditors thought that they needed to test the control for every possible transaction.