In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- We, like the Seattle group, have adopted a proactive approach to management of current illness.
- This seems to be the cue for the proactive consumer to start interrogating different suppliers.
- I hope the issues I have raised show the Labour administration in Bexley is proactive in its approach.
- We are not renowned for our proactive approach towards our health and well-being, we Brits.
- The potential value of this proactive approach to dealing with the hypoxia of high altitude is still being clarified.
- Today, he was as proactive and involved as captain as he has ever been.
- She said it is crucial that organisations have a proactive rather than reactive outlook.
- He's doing and saying a lot of stuff that seems very proactive and often quite responsible.
- As you have just described, it seems as if the approach has been reactive rather than any proactive work.
- The convictions highlight our continued and proactive approach to football disorder in the city centre.
- We shall encourage the police to take a more proactive approach by making use of speed cameras and enforcement.
- Should programmes be legislatively mandated or should the profession take a proactive approach?
- This second category requires a proactive approach by the state in order to combat fraud.
- It is this kind of proactive approach from within our community that keeps us strong.
- So what policing there is tends to be reactive, rather than proactive.
- Such a proactive approach to liability also accords with modern views of health and safety provisions in general.
- The new controls mark the beginning of a more proactive approach to water quality protection.
- With a pittance of a salary, how could they be enthused to become proactive people?
- We may even attract some younger faces and create a more proactive council.
- This is because they favour a reactive risk model rather than a proactive mastery model.
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