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Furthermore, the narrator hears about the episode from Doc Fischer and Doctor Wilcox, shifting the focus of the story from the boy to the physicians and their attempts to reconcile their professional remissness.
In the year of contretemps, even this venerable paper was not safe: a few concluding comments on "slovenliness" in Canadian English, reported or misreported in the press--"The Canadian's Remissness in the Use of 'Shall' and 'Will'" according to the Globe's headline [3 January 1889, 8]--generated angry retorts and necessitated some published clarification by Wilson, in an article published in The Canada Educational Monthly in the spring ("English at junior Matriculation").
Although more community-based research at the level of government is underway, the sparsity of qualitative research, as elucidated above, is, for the moment, remissness.
Failure to comply with an order through heedlessness, remissness, or forgetfulness is not [willful disobedience].
For example, in Burney's Camilla, a novel that Austen championed on several occasions, Camilla Tyrold's "dearest father" (344) cautions his young daughter, in whom he discerns a partiality for the highly eligible Edgar Mandibert: "'Risk not, my dear girl, to others, those outward marks of sensibility which, to common or unfeeling observers, seem but the effect of an unbecoming remissness in the self-command which should dignify every female, who would do herself honour'" (348).
The case is replete with reprimands from the judge for missing records, destroyed documents, electronic systems that in his view did not retain and make available all pertinent recorded information, and remissness in enforcing records management policies.
might be attended with most serious consequences, and entail disgrace on the Officers and Soldiers, and also on the Regiment to which they belong, by whose remissness and neglect such consequences may have arisen.
The less his power," Woodrow Wilson wrote of the civil servant in 1883, "the more safely obscure and unnoticed does he feel his position to be, the more readily does he relapse into remissness.
With photos) NEW YORK, Nov 8 (KUNA) -- Kuwait fully understands the position taken by Saudi Arabia regarding membership in the UN Security Council and shares Saudi dismay over the Council's remissness in taking up its responsibilities vis-@-vis Arab and Islamic issues and causes, said a Kuwaiti official here.