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162) Substantive neutrality, on the other hand, requires that the government "minimize the extent to which it either encourages or discourages religions belief or disbelief, practice or nonpractice, observance or nonobservance.
Religious liberty is best protected by minimizing governmental influence and maximizing individual choice with respect to religious questions and commitments; governmental action is substantively neutral if it neither "encourages In]or discourages religious belief or disbelief, practice or nonpractice, observance or nonobservance" (229).
was that physical and speedbased skills were less susceptible to skill decay from nonuse or nonpractice than cognitive and accuracy-based skills.
We used the sum of taps from the two nonpractice sessions with the preferred hand as the best indicator of motor speed and dexterity.
A few of these boards responded to post hoc requests for policy clarifications, saying that there were no procedures in place to do criminal background checks (at the time of application) nor procedures for the notification of the board when social workers were convicted of any crimes (practice and nonpractice related).
A number of explanatory variables are used including physician-level factors, such as malpractice premiums, years of experience, and nonpractice income; area-level factors, such as the number of hospitals and physicians in the county; and practice-level factors, such as the number of Medicaid patients seen.
It also avoided including nonpractice time in prescribing rate calculations, since information on individual practice patterns was not available.
56) Second, it cannot endorse, favor, promote, or prefer--generally--religion or the practice of religion to the nonpractice thereof, and vice-versa.
Also, consider which of your research, academic, or nonpractice professional activities enrich you as a person and as a physician, and which activities are done for status or ego gratification.
I am construing "religious practice" broadly enough to include what we might call religious nonpractice, because atheism and agnosticism, for example, are still the products of religiously oriented beliefs.
As you can see in table 2, page 18, the survey asked about adapting to a nonpractice culture, organizational status, isolation, and job satisfaction.
Business receipts (which exclude nonpractice income) were summed for sole proprietorships, partnerships, and incorporated practices to form the bulk of the estimate.