as the blueprint

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  • It also served as the blueprint for the future common market for goods, services, capital and labor.
  • This has been adopted as the blueprint for Scotland's NHS over the next 20 years.
  • Being an active hiker himself, he recommended his usual hiking paths as the blueprint of the Trail.
  • Its Policy Recommendation Report, submitted in April 2003, has been adopted as the blueprint for Hong Kong's cultural policy.
  • Rising levels of crime and disease called for a town to be built quickly, and the pragmatic government decided to dust off Gilfallen's plans for Ottoshoop's to use as the blueprint for Johannesburg.
  • The tripartite emotional structure of each of these events -- anticipation, realisation and aftermath -- is used by Goodwin as the blueprint to set up a matrix of emotional states.
  • The pair co-authored the 1955 'Plan for the Metropolitan Region of Perth and Fremantle' which has served as the blueprint for town planning in the region since then.
  • The voluntary Board of Directors, as the Blueprint Education governing body, is entrusted with the authority to establish policy for the governance of Blueprint Education.
  • It was there that he started authoring Syria's 10th five year plan, seen as the blueprint of reforms in Syria from 2006 to 2011.
  • The Hunn report served as the blueprint for the establishment of the Maori Education Foundation, and the New Zealand Maori Council, and became the basis for Maori policy throughout the 1960s.
  • The second report called Tomorrow Schools, drafted by officials including Robinson and Smelt but no educationalists, was accepted by new Education Minister David Lange and his colleagues as the blueprint for the future organization of New Zealand's school system.
  • He also performed the song on Lopez Tonight as well as The Blueprint 3 Tour, and performed it with Fabolous at West Hollywood's House of Blues.
  • The women's efforts led to the creation of the Bay Conservation and Development Commission which was later used as the blueprint and inspiration for other government commissions such as the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, California Coastal Commission, and Delta Stewardship Council.
  • First, genes were conceived in the 1900s as discrete units of heredity, then it was thought as the blueprint for protein synthesis, and in more recent times, it was being defined as genetic code that is transcribed into RNA.
  • Since the 2000 municipal election a part-time coordinating position was created to oversee the planning and implementation of a bicycle transport plan which was published in 2002 as the Blueprint for a Bicycle-Friendly HRM.
  • On May 20, 2009, Jay-Z confirmed that he bought out the remainder of his contract from Def Jam Records in order to start his contract with Live Nation, as The Blueprint 3 was set to be released under Roc Nation and distributed by Atlantic Records.
  • Some pieces captured by the Japanese in China served as the blueprint for the Type 4 75 mm AA Gun, a reverse-engineered clone of the Bofors 75mm gun.
  • That office coordinated development of Healthy People: The Surgeon General's Report on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (1979) and the 1990 Objectives for the Nation (1981), which have served as the blueprint for the nation's public health policies to this day.
  • The Hackerbibel is a conglomeration of documents and stories of the hackerscene, such as the blueprint for the "Datenklo" acoustic coupler modem.