Jaime Watt takes a weekly look at how issues making waves in Ottawa resonate with
Canadians on CBC's Power & Politics.
In this vein, de Zegher's mention of "partial subjects co-emerging and co-affecting" is apt when considering how disparate entities may resonate with
each other and yet remain resolutely themselves.
7) These "truths" resonate with
the audience, and the openness provides a "risk-free" environment in which to get to "know" Blacks and Black culture and helps account for her enormous popularity and success with people from various cultural backgrounds.
However, ear membranes on each side of its head resonate with
several of the key frequencies, amplifying and broadcasting the call, Purgue reports in the November 1997 Journal of Comparative Physiology A.
We selected Sagamore Partners because its core principles resonate with
Noodles & Company's people-oriented culture, commitment to excellent food, and guiding principle of 'Every Guest.
Her unpretentious yet enigmatic titles resonate with
the apparent simplicity of her paintings, a simplicity that is, of course, not so simple at all.
said he knew his ideas about how Sears could play in the connected home market would resonate with
senior executives as soon as they better understood the opportunities.
Our message resonates with Core Capital and Anthem Capital, and we are confident it will resonate with
companies working on EAI and Web Services, or adding new business processes that span their CRM, ERP, and other enterprise applications.