To avoid any inadvertent election or rejection of the SCM, be very explicit--whatever the choice--in pertinent
The Special Issues section includes focused discussions on HIV/AIDS; substance abuse; bi/multiracial identity; lesbian, gay, and bisexuals clients; and mental health issues pertinent
to elderly populations.
At some point just about all currently available proteomic discovery-based tools are discussed, and although the book is not organized by technique, one can locate discussion of pertinent
techniques in the index.
With funding from Servier Laboratories, PERTINENT
examined other possible mechanisms underlying the improved clinical outcomes, said Dr.
Comments are sought from auditors, forensic accountants, managerial accountants, standard-setting and regulatory agencies, and other pertinent
stakeholders before guidance is developed.
The Regulatory Guide collects all pertinent
information in one source, helping telemarketing professionals to comply with registration, do-not-call, autodial and related telephonic solicitation laws.
This year's event brings top-level Department of the Navy/Marine Corps leadership and industry leadership together to discuss future logistics policy and initiatives as pertinent
to and implemented by the Naval Forces.
The question is a pertinent
one, given that a quarter century ago the artists gave rise to a generation of photographers who success-fully challenged the hegemony of painting in the German art world.
Based on my reading of the pertinent
Supreme Court rulings, this statement is dangerously incomplete and misleading.
Correction: In the October "Update," the article, "Group Scores Partial Victory in Free Speech Fight," the judge's decision regarding Shippensburg University's (PA) fight with the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education was pertinent
to the university's Code of Conduct, not its Free Speech Zones; the judge also noted that seven sentences in the university's preamble were overbroad.
On this subject, it is interesting and pertinent
that the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, like the Constitution of the United States, contains a Bill of Rights, which in Section 5 states: "[N]or shall any man be compelled to send his child to any school to which he may be conscientiously opposed.
Within all three sections, Levi's weapons of choice are the strategic omission of pertinent
primary and secondary literature, negative profiling, the misconstruction of evidence, and outright factual error in some cases.