A nationally representative sample of adult men, from across the four provinces was asked "Please tell us, how important
is family in your life?
Excluding alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, and cocaine, for which drugs is it most important
to develop supplementary prevention materials for seventh and eighth graders?
The "fill factor" of the mixer is a very important
parameter with very obvious results.
Only then are they taught to find places to weave in, not drive home, messages important
to the organization's success.
But in an alarming contrast, when young employees were asked "How important
do you think it is to your firm that you pass the CPA Exam and get certified?
Occasionally the commander, vice commander, or executive director will have a requirement to complete a short-term, high-priority project or to fill an important
vacancy on an emergency basis while a recruiting action is under way.
It is important
that the counselor help campers identify what is going well and what is working.
Therefore, it is important
to explore the sources of career uncertainty and help college students develop appropriate coping efficacy.
Certainly accounting information for payables is al ways important
to get correct: a contact person, established terms, etc.
Getting the right message to the right grower is very important
to us, so we work through the retailer.
We have no doubt made tremendous strides in our approach to air quality and even gained ground on the public's understanding of why it is important
to continue this effort.
Portfolio optimization was rated as important
or very important
by 86% of respondents," according to Ellis.
Do the most important
things first," maintains Campbell.
Understanding how people navigate this process of adapting to CIAD-related changes, and applying this understanding in the form of effective clinical interventions has been an important
focus of rehabilitation research for several decades (Elliott, 1994; Wright & Kirby, 1999).
Perhaps the issue is not that important
, but again, maybe it is.