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In response, environmental groups, hitherto quiescent environmental professionals, and more — all Americans who care about the health of our country and our planet — still need to find new ways and means of mobilizing against it, and fast.
The indoor offerings complement the season by giving you ways and means of escape, through the viewpoint of someone else’s daydreams.
Crockett is an astute observer of how things work in Baltimore, and the ways and means are not exactly what a civics book on government would tell you.
The ways and means of net neutrality can differ from one country to the other, taking into account specificities of local markets and organizations.
Republicans on the House tax writing panel -- the ways and means committee -- will meet this week to discuss several issues, including tax reform, while the full Republican conference will hold a retreat Wednesday to do the same.
But where there’s strong political will, legislative ways and means will be found.
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: the methods and tools used for doing something
Ways and Means : a committee in the U.S. House of Representatives that is in charge of taxes, trade issues, government debt, etc.
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