Governments are beginning to emphasise training.
It went on to emphasise the value of the event to sport and the local economy.
The EU continues to emphasise the importance of “social investment” among its member states.
The biggest issue people do make is that they don’t understand how to emphasise the skill sets.
Lessons will emphasise communication over reading, writing and grammar.
Today, caravanning enthusiasts are understandably eager to emphasise its continued popularity.
"We emphasise that Ikea does not use illegally logged timber for the production of its goods," it said.
A spokesperson from BEIS said: “Today’s statistics emphasise the UK’s leadership in tackling climate change.
Whereas if you only ask economists to look at it, you would almost certainly de-emphasise the health risks.”
But he did emphasise India's military might and said that "the entire country is one and is standing with our soldiers."
Tikhanovskaya said she wanted to “emphasise our willingness to talk with the authorities and look for peaceful solution to the crisis.
While officials are keen to emphasise that the vast majority of claims came from genuine applicants, especially in the initial surge, they fear the looser checks have opened the door to individuals and some organised crime groups exploiting the system.
Sarah James, sports nutritionist and health information manager at the World Cancer Research Fund, said: “These exciting findings emphasise the importance of being physically active, not just for preventing cancer but for increasing cancer survival too.
But Ward said the findings “emphasise the need for strict biosecurity measures in the food production industry and the importance of infection control measures in hospitals, as well as responsible antibiotic usage in both veterinary and human medicine”.
Referring to his longstanding complaint about trade and his decision to impose unilateral tariff barriers on metals, he denied the move was contentious, but admitted that he had used strong language to emphasise that the current position could not continue.
The research charity, which commissioned a survey from polling company YouGov, said it wanted to emphasise the importance of having regular eye tests and to remind people "the majority of opticians are open for appointments throughout lockdown restrictions".
Brook, the UK's leading sexual health and wellbeing charity for young people, tells The Independent that sex education in schools frequently “talks about the ‘mechanics’ of sex but doesn’t do enough to emphasise that sex should be pleasurable for all involved”.
Since being elected in April, Sir Keir has been anxious to emphasise his commitment to root out anti-Semitism, committing to implement in full the recommendations of an inquiry by the equality watchdog into Labour's culture and internal procedures due out in September.
Writing in the Washington Post, Kevin Kruse, history professor at Princeton, pointed to the proposal of Kevin Phillips, a Republican strategist, that Nixon “should continue to emphasise crime, decentralisation of federal social programming and law and order” to win over white voters.
That was entirely inconsistent with the so-called “rules-based international order” that America was establishing, and has vigorously defended against the “radical and nationalist regimes” which are the main enemy, as formerly classified government documents emphasise, and history affirms.
- give extra weight to (a communication)
- to stress, single out as important
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