Professionalism is a lofty ideal, but regrettably
it lacks specificity and has not held sway as the onslaught of industry money has deflected many physicians' internal moral compasses.
, though, Corteguera does not adequately explain the origins of this phenomenon or the virulence it attained by 1640.
As we all know, unfortunately, our country has a problem in far too many parts of the world today, especially in the Middle East and South East Asia, a problem we have regrettably
developed over many years through both Republican and Democratic administrations, and a problem that does not lend itself to a quick fix or a single solution or a simple plan.
, video conferencing calls usually appear to the firewall as an unwanted intrusion.
, councils are not permitted to refuse to sell copies of the electoral register to commercial companies.
, does not get into the anatomy of "great decision making," perhaps because his case histories are so eclectic and cover such a time span.
, this chapter uses only two brief pages to mention equipment: reader-scanners and the M drive.
, both industries are often plagued with the same counter-productive attitude toward turnover: Many hoteliers, like many nursing home administrators, use the fact of turnover to scoff at training, i.
, Thomas Patterson's new book deserves a place in this Hall of Dubious Assumptions.
I'm not sure what I expected, but regrettably
, I found only a statue and plaque attesting to this extraordinary black nationalist's life.
Thus, while economic growth is necessary to contain budget deficits, it regrettably
is not sufficient.
, we must now take this step in order to gain additional time and the legal means to further rationalize our cost structure and protect our business and our customers.