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ground rules

npl the ground rulesi principi fondamentali
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But by using techniques to get around the mind's limitations and ground rules for responding to others' ideas, any group can boost its creativity dramatically.
Merkel stated in a speech at a conference in Berlin Wednesday that it was high time for Europe to achieve a "breakthrough" on changes to its ground rules, as cited by DPA.
Where we're coming from is we'll lay down some ground rules.
In order to facilitate implementation, MDA has also announced changes to the MMCC seeking to "promote fair market conduct and effective competition" by laying out the ground rules for fair competition in the media market.
Players will now have ground rules written into their England contracts, according to Hugh Morris, managing director of the ECB.
London, December 7 (ANI): Prince William is said to be preparing the ground rules before his wedding to girlfriend Kate Middleton by restricting paparazzi from prying into their private lives.
Underlying all of those key issues is the need to be a well led, organised and skilled workforce which is effective and efficient, and most of all, based on ground rules that matter.
If your children are going out trick or treating set ground rules and make sure they know them.
Oliver's mother has a change of heart and returns, but Elle isn't happy about the ground rules she lays down about getting to know her son.
However, reading that daily newspapers are grasping with the ground rules in this endeavor serves as a valuable reminder to trade publications that they need to encourage their "citizen journalists" to stay involved.
The league's general managers established the ground rules for the dispersal in a Thursday conference call.
A huge part of being successful within a corporation is managing your boss and coworkers by determining the unspoken ground rules of the company's culture.