the "refreshing and rejuvenating" benefits of his exercise workout in a video posted online on June 13 that also included a meditative stroll over a special path "inspired" by nature.
"In 1993, Haycroft spruiked
a plan to get unemployed young people in southern Queensland working as contract labour for $3 or $4 an hour and set up union-free building sites on the Sunshine Coast," Crikey reported.
such possibilities throughout his first year in the job on official visits to the Gulf Cooperation Council states, Australia, New Zealand, which have been touted as potential sources of increased trade after Brexit.
We have seen very little of the "game-changing" disruption spruiked
at smart city conferences worldwide.
On Tuesday, Abbott had publicly spruiked
his own conservative election manifesto, and on Thursday he had called on the government to re-explore the idea of nuclear submarines.
Throughout the 1840s the expanse beyond Lonsdale Street was out in the bush, and the land agents who in the early 1850s spruiked
its new subdivisions drew attention to its beautiful situation on the Eastern Hill in the most elevated part of the town.
There's a delusion spruiked
by public relation consultants that society has to choose between jobs or the environment.
The former real estate agent, who has also worked in advertising and dealt in luxury cars in the US, cut the ribbon on the McLemoi Gallery in Chippendale earlier this month and on Saturday spruiked
a new exhibition featuring the work of famed American sculptor Luis Gispert, the Daily Telegraph reported.
In the meantime, old 'policies' like regional, alternative and comprehensive agreements are spruiked
as 'alternative' and 'new' under the rubric of 'broader land settlements', just as Ritter insightfully suggests they would be (NTM, p.57).
After a while Cahill got a job selling shoes but he was determined to win back his seat and for three years he door-knocked or spruiked
on street corners or on the back of a truck for votes after work and at weekends.
Central to the plot is a breakthrough in neurobiological therapy spruiked
by a corporate representative as "Correcktall," for "disorders of the brain" such as Parkinson's and Alzheimers, and the "social disease" of criminality, unchecked by traditional correctional institutions (208).