If we adapt Buarque's "React" outcry, which relates more to sensitivity on a global scale than to Turkey, we are surprised to realize that there is much we should react to
. For instance, we may begin with our message saying "don't get used to," just as Buarque did and continue: React to
the habit of living in an aberrant and corrupt era that tries to seize our souls.
Their Blue LIght Aware video shows drivers how to react to
an emergency service driver on a blue light run.
Cllr Robertson said: "With so little time to react, we were bounced into having to react to
something when clearly compromise could have been reached."
To find out how gibbons react to
predators, the researchers placed realistic models of predators in places where the gibbons were sure to see them.
To see how fish react to
glinting eyeballs, the researchers set a fake fish with LED eyes on each side of a big tank and loosed razorbacks in the middle.
This information is "based on how buildings will react to
certain storm conditions.
If the #1 receiver does curl inside, Sam must maintain inside leverage on #1 and react to
the quarterback's intention to throw.
How they react to
the stress of the abnormal is the crux of his stories.
If they remain prepared, it will take them less time to react to
such an occurrence.
They will react to
this and join in." La Nueva Economia at last?
It seems these companies react to
unions like slaveholders reacted to slave revolts, but time is not on the companies' side.
Or is a personal characteristic such as their "tolerance for ambiguity"--the way people react to
uncertain situations--an important factor in lending decisions?
How can young people respond to the challenges and tasks of their time if they continue to react and are made to react to
their parents' and grandparents' wounds, he went on.
The third group, the "Cool Kids," react to
advertising in a much more complex fashion.