, transferring unused development rights to adjacent properties, FAR bonuses, or use changes are all handled by the BSA.
, a full-time officer could benefit from a reserve officer as a second responder while addressing a domestic violence incident.
He sporadically cites instances of how slanted the media coverage was, for instance
, in Guatemala and Iran.
Infanticide became a crime, for instance
, in 1624 as a response to a perceived (and by no means real) rise in rates of bastardy (although McMahon leaves unexplained why fears of bastardy should have peaked then).
, a dot has a larger band-gap energy than does the same semiconductor material in bulk, so the dot absorbs higher-energy; bluer light.
In 1990, for instance
, a child was bitten after a chimpanzee abandoned his motorcycle act and rushed into the stands.
, the "iTree" project begun at Tokyo University (and continuing in cooperation with the Benesse Corporation at http://www.
Though we have sometimes contemplated setting up different categories within the awards scheme, for instance
architecture and product design, landscape and building, public and private, we have never done so formally for several reasons.
, a computer science majors view of the portal may include the latest information from your school of engineering, while a graduate student's view of the portal may display information about accelerated graduate courses.
, endometrial cancer can sometimes be treated medically, with progestin, rather than surgically.
He challenges presenters to differentiate between the subject and the message, For instance
, your subject might be "How to Make a Staff Newsletter Look Spiffy," Your message, though, might be that "unless the current newsletter gets an extreme makeover, no one will read it and, thus, a vital internal communication tool will become fish wrap.
, in Thomas, Jesus says, "If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you; if you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you.