there are tangible consequences to corruption.
Design is the term we use to describe both the process and the result of giving tangible form to human ideas. Design doesn't just contribute to the quality of life; design, in many ways, now constitutes the quality of life.
God is just a concept, but music is tangible.
might put a somewhat more favorable spin on the news and give investors some more tangible basis for optimism.
The tangible difference is that we can tell our story without a filter.
We see tangible benefits arising from the tax implications and other incentives to further drive adoption of our subsidiary Syngas' renewable energy technology. In the Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy, for example, in our core gasification technology sector, the bill allocates $56.4 million to improve and test gasification designs, materials, instrumentation and processes. A further $50 million is available to pursue Clean Coal technologies and $22 million to develop hydrogen technologies.
With higher inflation still a tangible threat, officials cannot rule out the possible need to move beyond neutral.
You're not going to learn the most tangible, applied processes in a book, or a classroom, or a lecture. It's not rocket science. All you need is good eyesight, a strong back, and good shipboard balance.
There's nothing finite or tangible about an electronic transfer or use of a credit card. We don't feel the pain of parting with our cash, but we still get the high from making a purchase.
I expect it to take around 18-24 months for tangible benefits of the deal to start flowing.
I believe I have enough substantial information that I've gathered since my youth to give people tangible answers, if they'll let me, ... There are a lot of people who study this topic, but when we tell the truth, we're looked at like we're nut jobs.
This spells the beginning of the end of freedom of speech in Russia, which has been the only tangible benefit the country has gained since the collapse of the Soviet system.
It is the garden of peace you seek, but it is not a tangible place that exists in the world — it is within. Go there, within.
Theories are always very thin and insubstantial, experience only is tangible.
It is only in the act of nursing that a woman realizes her motherhood in visible and tangible fashion; it is a joy of every moment.
Only the other world has substance and reality; only good deeds and holy learning have tangible worth.
I don't know what leadership is. You can't touch it. You can't feel it. It's not tangible. But I do know this: you recognize it when you see it.
I never intended to be a professional writer; as the story developed, the one thing I had in my hopes was that this would be something tangible to separate me from the nameless, numbered masses.
The Bio-diversity Convention has not yielded any tangible benefits to the world's poor.
It is a good motive, fame and money, as it is tangible and measurable. Being an artist is neither measurable nor tangible and certainly not a way to become rich.
We put all these things together into a tangible product that is The Rock N' Roll Mystery Tour.
A nation must be embraced, rehabilitated and expressed as a tangible sign of human creativity and as an integral element of mankind's heritage.
Friendship is one of the most tangible things in a world which offers fewer and fewer supports.
Don't make music for some vast, unseen audience or market or ratings share or even for something as tangible as money. Though it's crucial to make a living, that shouldn't be your inspiration. Do it for yourself.
Alfred Nobel was much concerned, as are we all, with the tangible benefits we hope for and expect from physiological and medical research, and the Faculty of the Caroline Institute has ever been alert to recognize practical benefits.