initiatives[ ih-nish-ee-uh-tiv, ih-nish-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF initiatives
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But there is no specific person or persons to whom one can look for the initiatives.
These initiatives are right for America and we should keep them going.
Lady Paton was left to take all the initiatives, and behind her mother Camelia smiled with an air of happy obscurity.
The role of parents and teachers is to call forth and welcome the personal responses and initiatives of their children.
While these initiatives represent dramatic progress in economic deregulation, continued work is needed.
These initiatives will be joined by others to continue our efforts to promote equity for women.
Under the leadership of Vice President Gore, our initiatives have already saved taxpayers $ 63 billion.
Initiatives in foreign affairs that had been taken in 1965 and 1966 foundered in the retrenchment into party orthodoxy.