Elizabeth had the satisfaction of seeing her father taking pains
to get acquainted with him; and Mr.
Zimbabwe's military is taking pains
to show respect for the 93-year-old leader, the world's oldest head of state, by referring to him as the president and commander-in-chief.
They are challenging the efforts to paint people and politicians who speak for LGBT rights as somehow ungodly, and they are taking pains
to show the face of a very different religious world, one in which we are all, to paraphrase these clergymen and women, God's children.
She gives the scrapbooks to her students, taking pains
to ensure that each reflects the individual child's personality in photos and decoration.
John Paul is breathing on his own and is not suffering from pneumonia, the Vatican said, taking pains
to cast his condition in a positive light.
While taking pains
to establish a viable position on iSCSI (more of a placeholder for future moves) Fibre Channel vendors introduced lower cost FC systems for the entry-level and midrange segment in an effort to win some of the mid-range market that iSCSI is claiming.
No one does wireless entertainment better than the Japanese; that's why American carriers are taking pains
to copy the Japanese model, and why transpacific alliances are all the rage.
While this scenario was not the case at the time of the Mirage acquisition, the precedent for a simple structure was set, with MGG taking pains
to ensure the notes on both sides were on equal footing.
to get your terminology and argument straight doesn't just prevent you from causing harm, it helps you create potentially awesome good.
While taking pains
to avoid signs of favoring any candidacy, Samaranch said doping scandals involving Chinese athletes should now take a back seat to recent anti-drug crackdowns directed by Beijing sport officials.
They noted the jurors appeared to be taking pains
to do a thorough job, possibly in part because they know they will be expected to justify their decision to the public no matter which way it goes.