191 examples of Acquiring in a sentence
Those two economies require very different skills, and as it happens, women have been much better at
the new set of skills than men have been.
And you'll see on the vertical your skill at
a second language.
In short, they are
the status that they had a million years ago, 10,000 years ago, 100,000 years ago.
Just keep in mind that
preemptive knowledge about emerging technologies is the best way to ensure that we have a say in the making of our future.
But also, more recently, we started
video games, and that's where all hell broke loose in a really interesting way.
But we are
our critical dimension also in design, so maybe one day we'll be able to acquire also the guns.
The reason it's different is that, just in the past few years, our machines have started demonstrating skills they have never, ever had before: understanding, speaking, hearing, seeing, answering, writing, and they're still
moral behavior is simply part of growing up, like learning to speak.
He dreamt of
land, riches and power through military conquest.
And I guess it won't surprise you to learn that we start
that right combination right at birth.
Think about the changes that occur in the brain of a child through the course of
their movement behavior abilities in general.
their native language abilities.
Even I knew that the task of going out and
Uzis (for murder) is a task that should never come before borrowing someones car for the day.
I like this movie and have watched my copy twice since
it a few weeks ago.
Scarlett ages gracefully,
wisdom beyond her years in the end.
Among the changes, Blade is now most importantly half vampire, therefore
all of their strengths, but none of their weaknesses."
The structure of the movie fits that description: a brief history of man as beast, until we become truly man by mastering weapons and
reason, then a long sequence about man (the rope, as it were), and then a brief glimpse of the overman.
DreamWorks whether wanted to save money on
voice talent, or really wanted to create an animated episode of National Geographic; either way, they succeeded in delivering a rather bland and boring movie.
TCM came through by
this wonderful, silent, comedy/drama for television.
In viewing TBS's newest attempt at infusing their comedic stature into an original series, "10 Items or Less" shows that perhaps Mr. Turner should stick with
sitcoms and cartoons as the foundation for the network's motto of being 'Very Funny'.
The scant few teenagers who went to see "976-EVIL" in 1989 probably had no idea who Sandy Dennis was (just as the kids who first saw "Carrie" didn't know who Piper Laurie was), but the veteran actress manages to bring a few minutes of class to an otherwise lousy, fifth-rate screamer about a nerdy high school kid
demonic powers from a satanic phone number.
According to a recent survey, a majority of Russians believes that
wealth requires criminal activity and political connections.
Faced with a country whose leader is bent on
nuclear weapons, the EU’s leaders are simply dithering, fearing that the fire next door in Iraq could somehow spread.
And, if Iran succeeds in
long-range ballistic missiles, the security threat will become global.
In science, uncertainty is a powerful incentive for
knowledge; indeed, it is the primary motivation for research, which is inherently uncertain.
Surpluses are used to pay off debt, and the deficits are financed by
debt, leaving the debt-GDP ratio constant over the cycle.
Companies exhibit similar behavior when it comes to
innovative technologies, adhering to ineffective, restrictive processes, despite an ostensibly obvious alternative: the efficient systems that manufacturers use to secure inputs for production.
But aggressive follow-up therapy will be required to prevent the remaining Al Qaeda cells from metastasizing by
more adherents who believe in violence to achieve the 'purification' and empowerment of Islam.
With limited, if any, hard-currency (US dollar or gold) reserves on hand, and little prospect for
dollars through export earnings, European economies attempted to shrink their current-account deficits by compressing imports from other (mostly) European countries.