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Keith Karnok said that one key feature of Manuscript Tracker was its capability to keep authors apprized of the status of the review process for their manuscripts, but might not accelerate the review process other than by eliminating time spent in the mail.
When apprized of the nine-inch height of the entrance, he proposed extending the ramp out into the sidewalk, where it would have been a hazard to visually impaired individuals.
She notes that she stays apprized of current diversity issues, works on heightening her level of consciousness, explores the significance of her own social identity, and engages in personal reflection regarding how privilege and oppression have impacted her life.
In pursuance of two orders of Court of Mayor and Alderman directed to us underwritten ye 9th day of May and ye 19th day of September last wee have upon ye 9th day of February 1682/3 being first sworne as ye law directs valued and apprized ye Estate of Assher Levy deceased, presented to us by ye Widdow and administratrix of said Estate, as followeth viz:
The other things that are very important are that the clients are fully aware of what is expected of them and that they are fully apprized of what they are expected to do.
The use of the Internet as an information source and research tool is one of the key ways owners and managers can get a handle on the scope of these risks and stay apprized of how other similarly situated companies are formulating strategies to address them.
The Convicts will be apprized, by the Surgeon Superintending, of this Order to the Soldiers.
Apprized of this, on perusing the four books I found it to be a fact: he is only mentioned, Libro 2, Cap.
34) On January 7, he was arrested and interrogated, without being first apprized of any right to consult with appointed counsel.
Clingman first suggests that he had been apprized of my vindication through Mr.
They were really locked in a bizarre logic, one which followed inverted and parallel movements: Camus, the native son, sensitive, torn, and fully apprized of the Algerian reality, progressively turning into a mute, missing figure.