Emojis are here to stay, and employers who wish them away
need to rethink their strategy.
"The reason I am now fifth is because of my nephew and niece and I could never wish them away
We have candidates for all of the the elective offices and we cannot just wish them away
His problems mount and neither he nor the country can wish them away
Americans can't ignore their problems or merely wish them away
. Angry, fed-up and disenfranchised people, when ignored for long enough, take matters into their own hands.
The ogre is fed up with his royal duties and makes a deal with the wicked Rumpelstiltskin to wish them away
. However, Shrek is dropped into a dark alternative reality.
People like them exist and we can't wish them away
In a statement, SWIFT has said that cyber attacks are a reality and no one can wish them away
Patil said, "We cannot evade these or wish them away
, but working in different fields, we must together find solutions.
The rest of the international community talks to Pakistan, so we cannot wish them away
by not talking to them.
All these, one could say, are the consequences of a protracted civil war, but the fact is that the hatred, the bitterness, the pain are still there and one cannot wish them away
or ignore them."
As both clocks tick along, Washington has to do more than wish them away
. "Iran is on the wrong path and marching down it quickly," Pollack argues, and the United States does not have the luxury of pursuing a "purely passive" approach.
Ronald Bailey replies: April Susky is right that so long as humans retain anything like our current metabolisms, handing free radicals is the problem to be solved by aging research, We can't wish them away
, but as detailed in my article, researchers are already devising techniques and therapies aimed at preventing and repairing the damage they cause.
We live in the real world, not Lake Wobegon "where all children are above average." There are myriad factors that can lead to a child being "left behind." We, as educators, cannot unmake those factors, wish them away
, or fully compensate for them.
It states that in composition studies, educators need to recognize the spatial complexities that define students' lives, but not in order to vanquish those complexities, to wish them away
, but to include them in the understanding of how to write.