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  • Forging bonds of empathy with mass audiences is what sustains presidentilleadership.
  • His second venture involved a foray into selling stolen and forged bonds.
  • Instead, it forges bonds that create a haven for generations of Caucasian women, including her mother.
  • Terrible as their ordeal in the water was, survivors say it forged bonds of friendship that are indissoluble.
  • The quality control coordinator for Plante, Joaquin Gomez, disagreed, saying the agency had forged bonds with farmers.
  • The American business community in Vietnam praised Peterson's leadership in forging bonds of trust between Hanoi and Washington.
  • Ture would spend most of the rest of his life in Africa, forging bonds between people of color around the world.
  • Mozzie first met Neal while they were independent conmen, as shown through flashbacks in " Forging Bonds " ( 2.11 ).
  • Previous societies forged bonds through public celebrations of war and religion; now we get together to watch athletes simulate battles and advertisers promise salvation.
  • Two Americans and a Dutchman appeared in court Friday on charges they tried to move billions of dollars in forged bonds onto the European market.
  • Some community leaders do see an upside : The public's increased interest in Islam has allowed them to forge bonds with other faith groups.
  • It also forges bonds among area residents; helps reduce burglaries, robberies and car prowls; and improves relations between law enforcement and the community.
  • The spin-off party forged bonds with Eurocommunist parties such as the Italian Communist Party and with Nicolae Ceau _ escu's Romanian Communist Party.
  • This was meant to forge bonds between the two families and entitled the boy to help from his foster family, as well as his birth family.
  • Bridging gaps As Korol was forging bonds with the new people in his life, the Chiricos and Korols were beginning to form a powerful bond through him.
  • Meeting five or six times a day for the rest of that week, Mack and the management team he had inherited forged bonds of mutual respect under intense pressure.
  • The campaign objectives were not only to forge bonds with consumers, but to show that " Armstrong isn't your grandmother's Armstrong anymore,"
  • Advocating temperance is almost considered anti-social because liquor plays a crucial role in forging bonds in Japanese society, a fact reflected in the way it is consumed.
  • The close quarters and intentional division of pre-established African communities by the ship crew motivated captive Africans to forge bonds of kinship which then created forced transatlantic communities.
  • This activity also intended to forge bonds between pro-independence Polish communities, encourage collection and preservation of important archival documents and to have them transferred to the Institute.
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