Some articles on manage:
... Manage is a Walloon municipality located in the Belgian province of Hainaut ... On January 1, 2006, Manage had a total population of 22,341 ...
... Players can manage a game between teams from 14 different World Series contests, or enter in or load the statistics for other teams ... For example, players can manage either the Brooklyn Dodgers or New York Yankees in a rematch of the 1955 World Series ... Two players can manage against each other, one player can manage against a computer manager, or the computer can manage both teams ...
... competence in the following areas of Project Management Plan and Manage Scope Plan and Manage Time Manage Project Costs Plan and manage quality Plan ...
... Mobile enterprise is general term to describe a corporation or large organization that supports critical business functions and use of business applications via wireless mobile devices ... In a mobile enterprise, employees use mobile devices to do any or all of the following access email, manage projects, manage documents, provide customer relationship management, conduct enterprise resource planning, fill out invoices and receipts, accounting vouchers, work orders, purchase orders, etc ...
... Drought, famine, and earthquakes become the norm and Patty and her two friends barely manage to eke out an existence ... The three manage to survive with the help of Patty's friends Jerry and Diane (who also appeared in A Thief in the Night), who sneak them food supplies ... Somehow, they manage to hang on until a supposed friend betrays them to UNITE and they are taken to the church to await their sentencing.. ...
More definitions of "manage":
- (verb): Carry on or manage.
- (verb): Come to terms or deal successfully with.
Synonyms: cope, get by, make out, make do, contend, grapple, deal
Famous quotes containing the word manage:
“In the most desirable conditions, the child learns to manage anxiety by being exposed to just the right amounts of it, not much more and not much less. This optimal amount of anxiety varies with the childs age and temperament. It may also vary with cultural values.... There is no mathematical formula for calculating exact amounts of optimal anxiety. This is why child rearing is an art and not a science.”
—Alicia F. Lieberman (20th century)
“I feel the desire to be with you all the time. Oh, an occasional absence of a week or two is a good thing to give one the happiness of meeting again, but this living apart is in all ways bad. We have had our share of separate life during the four years of war. There is nothing in the small ambition of Congressional life, or in the gratified vanity which it sometimes affords, to compensate for separation from you. We must manage to live together hereafter. I cant stand this, and will not.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“Scepticism, as I said, is not intellectual only; it is moral also; a chronic atrophy and disease of the whole soul. A man lives by believing something; not by debating and arguing about many things. A sad case for him when all that he can manage to believe is something he can button in his pocket, and with one or the other organ eat and digest! Lower than that he will not get.”
—Thomas Carlyle (17951881)