And they have an idea of how to go about that.”
“We’re kind of quiet and we go about our business.
But there’s a right way to go about it and a wrong way to go about it.
Large insurance companies have plenty of cash and a desire to update how they go about doing business.
“Everyone has their own way to go about things, I’ve found my manoeuvre.
What’s the wrong way to go about it, and what’s the right way to go about it?
But Dr Steinfeld’s rig does seem to have demonstrated a credible and potentially scalable way to go about making the stuff.
Lives are at risk… lives of ordinary people just trying to go about their days, to do their jobs, contribute to their communities."
Talk to little ones before you go about how the seaside is different from where they usually play and plan how you can stay safe together.
Business Insider obtained drafts from eight states showing that while there was some overlap, there also are a lot of differences as to how they'll go about getting more people tested.
Rubbing the thumb and fingers of his right hand together, he signaled how some Eastleigh residents had to go about getting their IDs back from the police: through extorted money or bribes.
“As we’ve moved towards key dates in the Brexit calendar there have been spikes ... elected representatives must be able to express themselves and go about their business without facing abuse or harassment.”
Octavia Spencer and Jahzir Bruno make for a watchable screen odd couple as they go about their quest, but are eclipsed by Hathaway's performance, in which her energy and physicality generate the only fleeting moments of jeopardy.
With six members of Congress currently self-quarantined out of an abundance of caution due to concerns they may have been exposed to the coronavirus, lawmakers are grappling with how to go about their extremely public duties while protecting themselves.
He stops well short of describing the mechanics of how the people will go about making that decision, only that there will need to be a “people’s vote”, a phrase that coincidentally shares the name of a recently launched campaign for a second referendum.
Macron’s statement also begged “the question of whether his updated priorities for restitution will entail supporting infrastructure for object storage and curation in African museums, and if so how French heritage experts will go about offering this support.”
"Because fundamentally, this is about keeping people safe, protecting the most vulnerable in society, making sure our families, friends and loved ones are safe until we’re all through this and the vaccines are out, and we know we can go about our business safely."
To do so, local environmental activists must also become part of the mainstream, by uniting with other social forces in the broader struggle against corruption, and for a fair and just society where humans and animals alike are free to go about their legitimate business.
"While these moves will make the current process less costly and bureaucratic, they don't go anywhere near far enough toward meaningfully reforming the Act to make it easier for all trans people to go about their daily life," said the organisation's chief executive Nancy Kelley.
Scott Atlas, a neuroradiologist who served as a White House coronavirus advisor for about four months, has also argued that the best approach to the pandemic would be to isolate vulnerable populations — the elderly and immunocompromised — and let everybody else go about their business.
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