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We started to dissect our value proposition one component at a time, and we're still doing it" Cameron says.
Sweeting became actively involved in human rights causes and worked to help defeat Proposition One, an anti-gay ballot initiative.
New DIY debt reduction solutions take this value proposition one step further by giving an actionable plan to solve those underlying financial problems.
Articulate and politically informed, both mentioned Proposition One, a proposed constitutional amendment that would require nuclear disarmament and the economic conversion of weapons industries.
Meanwhile, half-a-million dollars worth of the support for Proposition One -- which would shift the balance of power in Albany toward the Legislature, appears to be coming as Cablevision's way of saying "thank you" for blocking the Jets Stadium.
Christian Evans, a solicitor from Formby ``Simply the fact that smoking has been linked to many of the largest causes of death in this country, such as cancer and heart disease, makes the proposition one worth considering.
The Value Proposition One way to deal with the changing business environment is to dust off the overused and cliched concept of the "value proposition.
The agenda includes proposing a seven-point initiative for future legislation known as Proposition One.