- the economic policy of F. D. Roosevelt
- a reapportioning of something
- the historic period (1933-1940) in the United States during which President Franklin Roosevelt's economic policies were implemented
- How did the new president deal with the problem?
- Initially I found it difficult to deal with my new environment.
- When there was despair in the dust bowl and depression across the land, she saw a nation conquer fear itself with a New Deal, new jobs, a new sense of common purpose. Yes, we can.
- The involvement of a new investor could take the form of an asset deal, an asset deal ‘en bloc’ or a share deal.
- The tender was published on the Internet and in several print media. The involvement of a new investor could take the form of an asset deal, an asset deal ‘en bloc’ or a share deal.
- Appropriate measures to deal with new flows of information under the Services Directive - that is the alert mechanism and the case by case derogations.
- It will also reinforce its ability to deal with food and feed crises by its expertise in food and feed analysis and by entering new areas where needed.
- It would be desirable to try to take account of safe use by children when developing new technologies, instead of trying to deal with any consequences of the new technologies after they have been devised.
- In order to deal with that eventuality as far as the SE or SCE is concerned, a number of new rules have been introduced into Directive 90/434/EEC.
- The State has not propped up Bull artificially despite the fact that its difficulties are of a recurring nature; on the contrary, the aid to which this Decision relates was intended to deal with difficulties that are new in nature.
- In the interim, the Commission should also keep under review the situation regarding possible undesired shipments of waste to the new Member States and, if necessary, submit appropriate proposals to deal with such situations.
- Further improve the State's capacity to prevent and combat crime, through coordination between law enforcement agencies and with the judiciary, increased analytical capacity to deal with criminal intelligence and further training in new forms of criminality.
- Centrifugal-casting production has been continued in the context of the insolvency proceedings and it is intended that the receiver, with the consent of the committee of creditors, will sell it to a new investor through an asset deal.
- According to the insolvency plans, a restructuring whereby all assets of the Herlitz Group would have been sold in an asset deal to a new owner was not practicable.
- Firstly, a great deal of this sort of training has been organised in recent years on account of the many newcomers being taken on, but the influx of new workers has nearly dried up  and many of the existing workers have already received similar training.