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  • r  in a constructive manner
    it is my task to look critically and constructively at the flaws and the failures
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  • Kids Can Do Stuff This Summer
    New Haven’s determined to keep young people busy—and constructively occupied—this summer.
    June 13, 2013 - New Haven Independent
  • As Obama and Xi Prepare to Meet, U.S. Needs to Be Bolder With China
    Only stronger actions that impose costs on China may bring real change in its conduct and push Beijing to act more responsibly and constructively.
    June 7, 2013 - via Yahoo! Finance
  • Commentary: Looking into Xi’s soul won’t work
    WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is meeting this week with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the exclusive Sunnylands estate in California. The two administrations are pitching it as a “shirt-sleeves summit,” to emphasize that it won’t be the typical, formalized, agenda-driven meeting. Instead, the ambiance will supposedly allow for a greater degree of openness to “constructively manage ...
    June 7, 2013 - Santa Fe New Mexican

  • Hoshyar Zebari in Tehran Times
    A US attorney who is unsuccessful from a political perspective, either because he or she has alienated the leadership of the department in Washington or cannot work constructively with law enforcement or other governmental constituencies in the... Kyle Sampson Forbes Mar 29, 2007 21591 29214 constructively The Iraqi government is committed to cultivate good neighborly relations with these two countries and to engage them constructively in security cooperation," Zebari said of Iran and Syria.
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in BBC News
    We can and must find ways to work constructively with Russia where we share areas of common interest, including helping the people of Afghanistan,said Mrs Clinton.

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