You have to ask yourself what the comparable advantage of your particular institution is, and what it is that you have to offer to both the potential donor and a potential participator
in your programs that is going to make a real difference in what they're trying to achieve.
KATIE STEVENSON AND SARAH WILLIAMS SISTERS Katie Stevenson and Sarah Williams, from Rhiwbina in Cardiff, lost their mum to cancer, and Katie has been a regular participator
in Race for Life.
During the 1st phase, there will be ONE new lucky participator
The profile identifies four types: analyzer, taskmaster, participator
International] IDEA strongly believes that any constitutional building process should be participator
Nick Tolchard, head of Invesco Middle East concluded: "What's really fascinating is that SWFs are looking at the private equity model as a way of investing locally; in essence becoming an active participator
in the growth of local economies and putting money directly into growing enterprises to increase local jobs and build up the skill base of their people.
1) the learner is an active participator
in the learning process who independently builds up his/her knowledge and does not copy or take it from any textbook or get it from his/her teacher;
That set the difference in my mind be * tween being a maker and a participator
The implication that only the participator
in any given subject can enjoy it is quite untrue.
Also presenting her vibrant views on the importance of social media in her life will be Saba Wahid, a regular columnist for Gourmet magazine and an active participator
in numerous culinary events throughout the region.
If the profit generated through JVs can meet the expectations of all participators
, and the profit gained by each participator
is higher than independent contracting, the firms will all be willing to participate in the JV.
These include: participator
violence and civil liability in sport; doping and gender testing in sport, including a brief reference to the infamous Caster Semenya case; commercial issues in sport, including the application of the Common Law Doctrine of 'Restraint of Trade' and, in particular, the Dwain Chambers' eligibility issue, which, quite frankly, is a scandal; European Law and sport (I would quibble with the use of this term instead of European Union Law, as 'European Law' also includes a range of sporting issues arising under the European Convention on Human Rights of 1950, which is not mentioned at all in this Chapter and only briefly referred to elsewhere in the Book, despite its increasing importance