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Most critically, we learn about the political manoeuvering and manipulation crucial to the development process and the angry and anguished debate among architects and critics about the social, cultural and aesthetic advisability of such a large, imposing structure.
Also, a non-binding measure known merely as a "sense of the Congress" asked members to register opinions both in 1999 and 2003 on the advisability of overturning Roe v.
There is considerable controversy concerning the advisability and efficacy of middle turbinate resection in endoscopic sinus surgery.
THE ACT DEFINES AN INVESTMENT ADVISER as anyone who, for compensation, engages in the business of advising others about the value of securities or the advisability of investing in, purchasing or selling securities.
The study supports the advisability of obtaining an MRI scan when a first MS-like event takes place, to evaluate the individual's risk.
754 election in effect should reevaluate the advisability of such an election.
This will allow decisions and recommendations to be made about the advisability of using antibiotics to protect against bacterial endocarditis.
the advisability in some cases of exempting CPAs from the requirement to compile financial statements, and
For example, the selling group must consider the loss disallowance rules (including the advisability of making a reattribution election under Regs.
The proposal would have women age 40 to 49 consult with their doctor about the advisability of a mammogram.
Stone has also questioned the advisability of accepting a Department of Housing and Urban Development designation as some have suggested because HUD approval does not automatically qualify the person to manage other types of housing.
He was the center of a controversy in England on the advisability of British farmers settling in this country.