and moved on and I feel much stronger going to Poland."
Languages, both sacred and personal, must be relearned
; the remnant persists.
Or Acquisition Lessons Relearned
by the F-35 Program," in which he compares the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program with previous joint aircraft acquisition programs, and mines observations from think tanks and policy experts in order to weave together a compendium of lessons learned, lessons relearned
, and recommendations for future acquisition strategies.
There are billing staff who have learned it, forgotten it, relearned
it, had second families, and relearned
Maybe by the time I get back, the Executive will be functional, a cure for Ebola will have been confirmed and world leaders will have relearned
the lesson of European history that you can't defeat religious fanaticism with weapons.
Zeigler defied all odds and relearned
to walk, talk and embrace life again.
He then presented Edward, who has relearned
how to play the piano, with a signed copy of his own lyrics.
A YOUNG pianist who relearned
the keyboard with ONE HAND after suffering a brain tumour has collected a music degree.
The first thing I relearned
is how important it is for Financial Managers to get out of the office and learn about the mission firsthand.
As a matter of fact, it's the same trends that we've seen over the years, lessons relearned
. Speed kills, if you drink and drive, you are more likely to die and driving fatigued leads to accidents.
I appreciated its lessons relearned
from the Vietnam-era gun trucks theme and how that experience can be applied in today's world.
Watching them in action, I relearned
the most important lessons of activism: the strongest, most effective form of community activism is not complicated.