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“promote better communication and make committee work more streamlined.”

David Larson


“We have been encouraged by the results of a couple successful campaigns that we've featured to help promote them, but the overall impact of the format has still been nominal.”

Chris Anstey


“The biggest thing for me is to try to promote the game in Europe a little more.”

Mike Piazza


“We have to promote communities and educate communities on the importance of working together.”

Carmella Mantello


“We are paying very close attention to those who are involved in activities that promote either fraudulent elections or promote violence.”

David Kramer


“If Shakespeare had to go on an author tour to promote Romeo and Juliet, he never would have written Macbeth.”

Dr. Joyce Brothers


“The government is planning to promote legitimate software use among enterprises and companies.”

Wang Ziqiang


“Six traits of effective leaders: 1. Make others feel important 2. Promote a vision 3. Follow the golden rule 4. Admit mistakes 5. Criticize others only in private 6. Stay close to the action Example has more followers than reason. We unconsciously imitate what pleases us, and approximate to the characters we most admire.”

Christian Nevell Bovee


“China Mobile is actually 31 provinces, and each province has its autonomy and capital expenditures. Often they'll promote their own local brands at the expense of national brands they should be promoting.”

Duncan Clark


“In addition to huge nuclear expansion in China, India and Eastern Europe, President Bush continues to promote the expansion of U.S. nuclear power -- a goal we note would help to alleviate a growing U.S. dependency on imported petroleum. Imports of crude & refined products now represent almost 60% of U.S. petroleum consumption - up from 30% in the mid-1980s. Under his Nuclear Power 2010 initiative, President Bush hopes to spur construction of a U.S. greenfield nuclear power plant by the end of the decade.”

Patricia Mohr