ESCALATE


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The study found that the stronger the friendship bond among the team members, the more likely the teams were to escalate their commitment to failing ventures rather than terminate them.
"We should be careful not to escalate the situation.
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MANAMA: A campaign of chaos being conducted across Bahrain has been described as a deliberate attempt to escalate tensions and lead to sectarian clashes.
She blamed a "lack of clarity" in the law for allowing stalking cases to escalate.
The Engagement, Social, Communications and Learning Approaches to Toddler Education project, or ESCALATE for short, is funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) through Tennessee's Early Intervention System (TEIS).
He told Daily News Egypt that he will also reveal other pathways through which he will escalate the case on an international level.
The recent steps taken by Israel would no doubt escalate the standoff and hence hinder any possibility for breaking the deadlock in the peace process.
I don't see that Hizbullah's interests lie in escalating the situation, but that doesn't mean that we will be off our guard if they do escalate."
A STRIKE by baggage handlers at JLA is set to escalate after union leaders accused bosses of breaking a deal.
Georgia said Putin's trip to the region was a direct challenge that would escalate tensions in the Caucasus, a key route for oil and gas flows from the Caspian Sea.