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He called for an overhaul of Georgia’s absentee ballot laws, recommending additional security measures for mail voting in an effort to instill the public’s trust in how the state verifies its mail-in ballots.
It was his mother, the restaurant’s namesake, who instilled in him a love of giving back.
In either case, he stresses that companies eyeing the public market need to be prepared, noting that the “operational readiness and rigor” that was instilled at Dropbox has proved “invaluable” to the company.
Established in 1916 at the eve of America’s entrance into World War I, JROTC’s mission is to instill in students “the values of citizenship, service to the United States, and personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment.”
The hope is that this can instill a faster metabolism across VF’s brands.
Writers like Nesbo have that knack for instilling just enough humanity in their miscreants that we keep hoping they might, if not repent, then at least acknowledge their moral scuzziness.
Our culture is unlike any other—we care deeply about our team, instill a sense of purpose through our product, and give meaningful feedback that helps our people grow individually and as a team.
Using a passion to inform content is straightforward, but instilling this idea throughout a team can take some time.
Getting into a routine with specific trainers instills a form of accountability.
So, we try to instill in our employees, in our products and services, that recognition that we are here to create a great customer experience for our customers and indirectly to their customers.

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION