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And the driest summer last year since 2003 in the UK has resulted in more bathing beaches than ever being Recommended in the society's annual Good Beach Guide which is launched today.
The silver anniversary edition of the guide recommended 516 out of 754 (68%) UK bathing beaches as having excellent water quality - up 8% from last year and the best in its 25-year history.
1 : to present or support as worthy or fit <We recommended her for the job.
Stormy weather last summer is being blamed for a drop in the number of coastal resorts recommended in the Marine Conservation Society (MCS)'s Good Beach Guide this year.
Highly recommended for public and school libraries.
To address these issues, the task force recommended three new technical advice processes: (i) a streamlined general advice process, (ii) a case-specific process for providing advice to the field, and (iii) a new category of generic, industry-specific legal advice.
A recommended place is one that, we can say to our user base, this is going to be a fine establishment, you're going to enjoy your experience.
In contrast, 100 per cent recommended Greek holiday specialist company Laskarina, while 92 per cent recommended VFB which mainly deals in French holidays.
The board recommended 18 initiatives for implementation within the Army or in conjunction with OSD and the other Services; determined that 18 initiatives were already in play; recommended that nine not be accepted for implementation; and recommended that seven be deferred pending further work.
gonorrhea treatment recommendations for men who have sex with men, because of increasing resistance to the drugs recommended until now.
For consumers looking to buy a multivitamin, the first thing to do is look at the label and make sure that the amounts don't exceed 100 percent of the recommended daily allowance, says Bettye Nowlin, a Calabasas registered dietitian and spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association.
In December, after the 60-day Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (SBREFA) process had been completed, the Small Business Advocacy Review (SBAR) panel, consisting of OSHA officials, the Small Business Administration's (SBA) chief counsel for advocacy, representatives from the Office of Management and Budget and the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, recommended that OSHA not pursue a new rule regarding exposure limits to crystalline silica.

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