Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo said the revival of the mandatory ROTC was discussed during the Monday Cabinet meeting because President Rodrigo Duterte wanted to instill
nationalism among the youth.
In all probability the essential beliefs that this lesson is attempting to instill
are most likely being fostered at home as well.
Fifteen (75%) facilities reported the use of gravity flow to instill
fluid into the bladder while four reported instillation of fluid via a syringe in 50 ml to 60 ml increments.
Carefully directed studies of the effects upon children of Bible reading; the recitation of prayers, the study, of the catechism; attempts, if you will, to instill
fear or respect for God and his will into the hearts of children by means of verbal instruction confirm its futility.
By creating a culture where basic principles of ethical conduct are incorporated in daily correspondence and paperwork, it becomes easier to instill
On-site training can instill
enthusiasm, boost morale, improve budgets.
A recent innovation that helps instill
a work ethic is Take Your Daughter to Work Day.
The nurse can instill
confidence in the caregiver that he/she is vital to the resident's daily well-being, and can meanwhile instill
a feeling of reassurance to the resident that his or her needs will be met with empathy and in a caring manner.
The Dinkytown Daycare Kids, for instance, are designed to instill
a passion for education and non-violence.
While Harper-Lawrence changes and continues to change to keep up with the market and the current climate, Draznin said, he continues to try and instill
in his team his own hard work ethic.
WHEN BENJAMIN Harkarvy became director of Juilliard's Dance Division in 1992, he had a singular priority: to instill
discipline in students and faculty alike.