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A GP kills his patients, so the response is to revalidate optometrists.
The medical profession, patients and other groups are to be asked to give their views about how proposals are introduced to revalidate an estimated 218,000 doctors in the UK.
For local and long-distance services, these sites did not follow policies to biennially review and revalidate these requirements.
It was a very demanding schedule to train 13 new personnel and revalidate five TMS suites for the 93rd Signal Brigade in the time allotted.
Every three years, Indiana repeats the sampling process to revalidate the taxability percentage.
The F-117 flight demonstrations tested the navigation and weapon systems, dropped BDU-33s (Bomb Dummy Units) to revalidate the aircraft's bombing accuracy, and concluded with dropping two GBU-12 (Guided Bomb Unit).
Headlines ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 "We will just revalidate and from there, it will undergo an adjudication process, which will determine if a person will be delisted or not.
Police units in Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Guimaras, Iloilo, and Negros Occidental would also have to revalidate the list of drug personalities.
They should revalidate my passport so that my visit to Pakistan is facilitated," he said.
In case parliament endorses the Senate panel's decision, it will revalidate the 1969 Passports Law, under which serving members of the House are not allowed to carry diplomatic passports, while the new draft gives them the right to hold the same passports as serving ministers and senators.
England), is an attempt to revalidate the existentialist philosophical project of Jean-Paul Sartre through its application to film.
Sizes range from 4 ml to 50 L so scale-up can occur without the need to revalidate materials as projects progress from research to production.