After selecting global assignees who will benefit most from the experience, multinational organizations should promote positive contacts between their host national employees and expatiate
The simplicity of this book with biblical stories and personal testimonies expatiate
the very basis of knowledge of the Word as a tool of empowerment of the things of God and its daily application in a Christian life," states the author.
In his preface to the second edition, Walpole explains that in writing Otranto, he had been "desirous of leaving the powers of fancy at liberty to expatiate
through the boundless realms of invention" (65).
But Kazem Sajjadi, the director of expatiate
affairs at the Foreign Ministry, now says the United States is barring such voting.
The minister acknowledged the contribution of the expatiate
community, but said that illegal activity will not be tolerated.
The President said that there was great potential of further increasing the foreign remittances, which could cross the $ 15 billion a year mark if the expatiate
Pakistanis were offered adequate incentives.
Of course, limited space does not allow Clooney to expatiate
fully on all aspects of this new discipline.
A votary of this school has only to open his mouth and expatiate
upon the meaning of Pakistan -- usually to say it is a fortress of Islam -- and dark thoughts rush into my mind.
The UNSC must not also give up its role for some invisible "higher power," but it will rather fully exercised its powers to exert more pressure for all the UN member states and all the UN partnering parties to expatiate
the apprehension of al-Bashir.
It is equally tempting to expatiate
upon Roberts's paroxysmal hissy-fits.
Surely I don't need to expatiate
on the sublime poetics therein or the beautiful images to which they give rise.
Vuillard was a canny psychologist--he kept his eyes every bit as open as did Proust--but he also kept his canniness intact: he painted, he did not expatiate
What turn him on are not their aesthetic qualities as unique configurations of language and form, but the tales they have to tell about the extraneous circumstances of their emergence, the pretexts they provide to expatiate
on aspects of cultural and political history that immure them in an alien world.
We must not expatiate
into the regions of conceived possibility, but confine ourselves to actual existences, thence rise to general laws, and to the application of those laws.
The only way we would not allow expatiate
customers to purchase a water tanker or exclude them would be in the case that we feel they are acting suspicious, leading us to believe that he may be intending to sell the water outside the distribution center for a higher price and creating a black market," a source at the distribution center's office told Arab News, wishing to remain anonymous.