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Given that some strategic groups are not service dependent, and that, as shown in Figure 1, service-dependent groups need to manage supplier power, we should expect all groups to do some sourcing from nonspecialist suppliers (Caves, 2000).
counsel as with a nonspecialist lawyer who happened to pick up the case
Extensively researched, the endnotes are kept to a minimum; those who want further information may consult them, but nonspecialists will not be put off.
Given that his intended readership is primarily nonspecialists in medieval philosophy, his hesitancy with helpful punctuation makes some technical portions of the text obscure to his target readership.
The history of mirror neuron research is short enough to be clearly described for the nonspecialist reader, and its future exciting enough to attract anyone interested in human interaction.
FRESH from the second longest leap of her life, Olympic heptathlon medalist Kelly Sotherton turns to two of her nonspecialist events at the Midlands championships tomorrow.
Mann, a writer for Science and The Atlantic, wrote 1491 to present to nonspecialist readers discoveries made in recent decades by historians, archeologists, biologists, and ethnologists studying the indigenous peoples of the Americas.
95) is the first book to provide an intellectual focus on Kabbalah, providing a scholarly study of Jewish mysticism suitable for the nonspecialist as well as the Jewish thinker.
Research Articles for which nonspecialist summaries (Science Selections) have been prepared are identified as such with a small red arrow.
His idea is for a limited launch that could bridge the gap between strictly supervised clinical trials and releasing a drug to the public--when it can often be prescribed by nonspecialist physicians.
Figures from the Department of Education and Skills show that last year 57% of pupils from specialist schools achieved five or more GCSE grades at A*-C, compared with 49% of those attending nonspecialist institutions.
Aberth writes in the tradition of Barbara Tuchman's A Distant Mirror, both in his lively, readable style aimed at the nonspecialist and in his antiheroic, almost romantic portrayal of late medieval miseries.