In Sweden, are put in bio waste.
Pin, “to put in the PIN,” to refrain from drinking.
Instead, officials have been put in the position of pleading for voluntary compliance.
In other words, restrictions to mitigate the impact - other than school closures - could be put in place.
"You have to put in 80-hour weeks," he said in an exclusive interview with Business Insider.
Because superstar employees regularly put in so much work, they sometimes generate as much as 80 percent of a business profits.
More hand sanitiser has been made available and extra cleaning measures were put in place after the state of emergency was declared on Monday.
We have put in place the capability to borrow collectively, to put in place a collective recovery plan, for the first time," Macron said.
"Many places have put in new toilets which use less water, we have put in water harvesting plants and the staff are briefed on minimising water use."
On management: "As a manager you realise the work that goes in behind the scenes - all the work that you put in and the staff put in to prepare for each game.
There's a newfound priority placed on the sector to put in more technology, to put in more innovation, to put in more R&D into making it more agile, more prepared for situations like this.
“I put in the biggest tax decrease of anybody running for office by far, O.K., and many people think it’s great, and if anything, I was criticized because it’s too steep a cut, but that’s O.K., but I put in by far the biggest tax decrease.”
On Rowan Foods, he said ministers were hopeful that an update from the outbreak control team later today would "confirm that the measures that we were looking to the company to put in place have been put in place, and that it can continue to operate in that new way".
"As I immersed myself in these various objects I did find myself thinking of the feelings I had and what his brothers and sisters put in the casket with him - it was a football scarf and I seem to remember he was rather fond of a particular type of Turkish beer so they put in a bottle.
Michael Gove, one of Boris Johnson's senior cabinet colleagues who has been given responsibility for no-deal planning, said "revised assumptions" will be published "in due course alongside a document outlining the mitigations the government has put in place and intends to put in place".
"There's a newfound priority placed on the sector to put in more technology, to put in more innovation, to put in more R&D into making it more agile and more prepared for situations like this, so I'm quite optimistic about what we can see from the sector in the next few years."
“Getting a bit more wealth gives you the resources to put in water pipes, put in schools with teachers, whereas getting a bit more GDP doesn’t necessarily bring you more tolerance, and may actually set you backwards on environmental performance, or may lead to new problems in health and wellness, such as obesity.”
He was cold at night (trekking socks a necessity in bed, even in August), he got a little sick of microwave meals, but he enjoyed meeting the other pickers, appreciating what they meant by 'getting into the zone' of apple picking: reach... pick... put in bucket... reach... pick... put in bucket... almost - as Steve said - like a form of meditation.
"Following the strict quarantine laws put in place by the US government and guidance from the Department of Public Health, WHO and CDC, which has seen us put in place enhanced on-site measures, we are confident that the Game Developers Conference will follow in the footsteps of other large and successful international events taking place at the Moscone Center."
Christopher Edley, the White House assistant put in charge of President Clinton’s review of affirmative action policy in 1994–95, speaks of how, during the long sessions he and his co-workers put in around the conference table, the discussion of affirmative action kept circling back to the “coal miner’s son” question (I’ve changed the gender for expository purposes).
- place, fit, or thrust (something) into another thing
- keep or lay aside for future use
- break into a conversation
- set up for use
- make an application as for a job or funding
Example: We put in a grant to the NSF
- to insert between other elements
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Christopher Edley the White House assistant put in charge of President Clintons review of affirmative action policy in 1994–95 speaks of how during the long sessions he and his co-workers put in around the conference table the discussion of affirmative action kept circling back to the coal miners son question Ive changed the gender for expository purposes