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DEEPENDeepening Ethical Engagement and Participation in Emerging Nanotechnologies (EU)
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Pakistan can seize cooperation opportunities and make use of platforms such as exhibitions in Guangdong to promote all-round pragmatic cooperation between the two places in the areas of the economy, trade, tourism, and agriculture, and deepen exchanges and friendship, he added.
They committed to continuing to take opportunities to deepen this engagement as the EUs security architecture evolves.
The bank announced that it was to speed up and deepen cuts to the investment bank, five months after it announced an overhaul.
We are engaged in a very vibrant discussion with the UAE about how best we can deepen our engagement.
Pakistan's Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani called on Turkish President Abdullah Gul here on Tuesday and discussed ways to reinvigorate and deepen the bilateral ties by widening cooperation in all spheres.
Other things can deepen the "shadow" - getting dehydrated from drinking too much alcohol and smoking.
A first phase will deepen channels to 15 meters, a project that will require $100 million, according to estimates compiled by U.
office, Steen will oversee the research and policy efforts currently under way, deepen the Network's role in peer-to-peer exchange and play a leading role in development.
Receiving Thai Yoga Bodywork can deepen one's yoga practice in many ways.
The trauma of the Catholic Church in the United States in 2002 will become an opportunity to deepen and extend the reforms of Vatican 11 if the Church becomes more Catholic, not less--if the Church rediscovers the courage to be Catholic.
We welcome the visit as an occasion to further deepen relations between Japan and Bolivia,'' Yamazaki said.
Viewing your programs and actions in terms of collaboration can help you deepen person-centered attributes and organizational-level elements.