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A mediated public relations course must start from the well-documented assumption that the student-indeed, most citizens-have a limited understanding of technology.
14] In our mediated case, District Counsel joined in a motion to remove the case from the trial calendar to permit the mediation.
Once a case has been mediated as part of the Appeals administrative process, it may not be mediated again as a docketed Tax Court case.
the majority of malpractice claims are mediated at a success rate of 80 percent.
A more reasonable approach would be to circumscribe the disqualification, for example, by restricting the mediator and his or her firm from any further involvement in (1) the specific dispute being mediated, and (2) any related issue involving the same taxpayer or a related entity within a specific time frame (say, one to two years).
Orentas of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore knew from other work that cells often use a molecule called LFA-1 to stabilize interactions mediated by cell-surface receptors.
To examine whether hypercontraction by arsenite is mediated by the phosphorylation of MLC in smooth muscles, we evaluated the effect of arsenite on phenylephrine-induced MLC phosphorylation in aortic rings without endothelium.
Computer mediated communication and group journals: expanding the repertoire of participant roles.
This effect is mediated by the interaction with an ncmER and involves G-proteins, nitric oxide synthase (NOS), and cGMP-dependent protein kinase (PKG).
Carbapenem resistance mediated by acquired carbapenemases is a growing concern worldwide (1-3).
The end product of this pathway, angiotensin II, is one of the most potent vasoconstrictors, and its effects are mediated primarily by the G protein-coupled angiotensin type 1 receptor (A[T.
Voices of the mind: A sociocultural Approach to mediated action.