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Blankfield said that it is unwise to allow medications that predictably increase risk to be marketed without adequate safety data, adding that risk should be quantified, and the product label should accurately communicate the risk.
Predictably, the omission is seen as a major flaw by victims' advocates and many medical professionals, but has won praise from some conservative groups.
In these projected objects, which come across like a horde of oversize and grotesquely distorted talking heads, Oursler has finally achieved a level of visibility rivaling that of his colleagues, and this in turn has initiated the second, "professional" phase of his career that unfolds, all too predictably, as a series of minute variations on a theme that is enormously constricted from the outset.
Predictably, conflicts arise, and when this happens, a "process of compromise" is instituted.
It must be nice to have the time - good excuse for a trip to London anyway - and I would have loved to join in the midweek protests but on the other side, supporting the leaders of the free world who took decisive action despite the French, Russians and others who totally predictably put their own short-term financial interests ahead of freedom yet who equally predictably now want a piece of the action
Predictably, Midwestern plant owners don't like the mercury rules, and they have allies in the business-friendly Department of Energy, reports the Associated Press.
Harvard scientists altered the genetic composition of a mouse so that it and its offspring would develop cancer more frequently and predictably.
The best way for these companies to reach the goal of a predictably superior user experience is to manage and optimize the high-performance e-business solutions they deploy on platforms such as IBM's AIX and WebSphere Application Server.
The novel method--called dual-beam, dual-target, pulsed-laser deposition--can be used to create libraries of inorganic thin films that vary, predictably, in thickness and chemical composition.
In a study of golfers, negative visual images of the ball missing the hole had a predictably negative effect on performance.
Predictably, the results are what we now see today--large, prime retail locations coming back onto the market.
PREDICTABLY, PLEASINGLY UNPREDICTABLE YOSHIKO CHUMA WITH DAGHDHA DANCE COMPANY THE 92ND STREET Y DANCE PROJECT THE DUKE ON 42ND STREET NEW YORK, NEW YORK MARCH 21, 22, 24, 25, 2001