Therefore, being protected to the fullest
extent of the law means not being protected at all.
possible accounting is our goal," said Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for POW/ MIA Affairs Bob Newberry.
Groups including the National Breast Cancer Coalition argue that, although studies that link environmental toxicants such as benzene to breast cancer have been conducted, not enough federal money is being spent on exploring this connection to its fullest
And with the help and support of the team from health and social services, he lived his life to his fullest
The goal of this comprehensive book is to help people with chronic illnesses develop effective strategies to live their lives to the fullest
Access to ATI drivers allows us to exploit the ATI chips to the fullest
in order to recreate high fidelity, real-time visual scenes," said Martin Gagne, Vice President of Visual Systems at CAE.
When the elements of the Baptist way are activated to the fullest
, the movement inherently possesses a permanent significance as a dynamic expression of New Testament Christianity.
At 175 pages, this study does not promise a biography in the fullest
sense of the term; still, recent work in African American biography, particularly studies by Arnold Rampersad, David Levering Lewis, and Thadious M.
Force the muscles to raise the weight (through the muscles' fullest
range of motion).
Unlike the more heroically scaled paintings that invite comparisons to the work of Ross Bleckner and Pat Steir, the small paintings allow Mazur's virtuosity to find its fullest
Though imperfect, it is the fullest
English-language account of the great Slovenian we are likely to get.
We do not have a person to waste and that is why we are here today to rededicate ourselves to an America where every man, woman, and child can reach the fullest
of their God-given potential.