• Dolan has acknowledged his Italian isn't strong seen as a handicap for a job in which the lingua franca of day-to-day work is Italian.

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  • In the 1980s he accompanied Mr Wen, then in charge of the party Central Committee's day-to-day work, on a provincial trip.

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  • Like the powerful nickel-metal-hydride battery in the Toyota Prius that he drives to work every day, the one with the license plate OVONIC.

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  • There is much speculation, not only about who could fill Kennedy's leadership role, but also his day-to-day work in the Senate.

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  • The Columbus Blue Jackets, like the NHL office, have plans in place to reduce staff hours to a four-day work week by November 1, unless the lockout ends before then.

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  • In the beginning, you may do much of the day-to-day work of your organization, but to grow, you must delegate those jobs so you have time to run the business, as Margery Kraus, CEO of APCO Worldwide, a global consulting firm, and Hester Taylor Clark, founder of The Hester Group, a project management company, explain in Growing Means Learning to Work On Your Business Not In It.

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  • In practice the ECB would rely heavily on national supervisors for its day-to-day work.

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  • Alex Salmond in overall command, his deputy as the day-to-day minister and Kevin Pringle starting work next week back at the SNP, co-ordinating party effort on the referendum after demitting his government post.

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  • In spite of this, it is often easy to lose the connection between the day-to-day work of an organization and its overall mission.

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  • In 1948, the British 10, 000-meter runner Stan Cox had to take a day off work for his race.

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  • It seems that sitting in our pajamas all day does not always trump the cut and thrust of face-to-face office work.

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  • This covers everything from the people who work in the cafeterias and day-care centres on military bases to accountants and the managers of health-care plans for employees.

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  • Or she confided in you that when she leaves work for the day, she goes home to a television-free home to spend time with a cup of coffee, her husband and absolutely no connection to the internet (it must be torturous to not understand technology).

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  • He would then send an end-of-day report on the work he paid a company in Shenyang, China, to do for him.

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  • Postal staff in Northern Ireland have started to work on the backlog of mail following the end of their six-day strike.

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  • Both Novartis and Merck (nyse: MRK - news - people ) are nearing FDA approval for once-a-day pills that work in a fashion similar to Byetta, although without the promise of weight loss.

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  • In Salzburg in the mid-1930s, he had the good fortune to work as assistant to two of the day's top conductors, Bruno Walter and Arturo Toscanini.

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  • He never saw clearly enough to find Nessie except on that one day in 1972, when he had been too moved and excited to work the Super-8 camera that shook in his hand.

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  • You know, it's easy, after a hard day's work, to just put your kid in front of the TV set -- you're tired, don't want to fuss with them -- instead of reading to them, but that's a sacrifice we must joyfully accept.

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  • And on the hygiene front - well, I've seen people turn up to work in the same shirt every day.

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  • Parties in Macedonia's fractious coalition government started a two-day summit in parliament in Skopje to work on details of a deal to end the insurgency.

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  • Pope Benedict's last words on his final day in office - as he greeted one-by-one the cardinals - were a plea to work together in harmony.

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  • And I want to pay tribute to Britain's servicemen and women - and those civilians deployed on operations - who every day face danger doing vital work in the service of our country --- and in particular to remember today the sacrifices made for our country by all who have been injured or lost their lives in Iraq, Afghanistan and other theatres of war.

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