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It is no longer acceptable to leave these risks uncalculated, uncontemplated or uncommunicated.
It is this assigning of absurdity, double dealing, and what Eric Reeves, a Smith College professor with special interest in Darfur and now the Sudans calls a 'moral equivalence' that differentiates, complicates and sets the parallels in the citizens' understanding of the bilateral agreement and president Kir's and mediators' uncommunicated intention of the oil flow first.
The unresolved, uncommunicated, and unvalidated grief that some adopted children may feel often goes unrecognized as an overlay that accompanies more typical psychiatric disorders in adopted children, David Brodzinsky, Ph.
We feel that FESCO's decision may either have stemmed from an ultimate, though uncommunicated, goal of increasing its stake in Transcontainer to 25% in order to gain blocking minority rights, or, given that Transcontainer is being sold by a governmentowned entity, it may have felt compelled to support the IPO despite the lack of any obvious attractions.
Knowing that patients are exposed to HAIs even under the very best of conditions, cosmeticsurgery risks are certainly uncommunicated, underestimated, or ignored.
What is the role of this uncommunicated experience in developing a genuine individuality?
Braxton and Bayer (1999) identified poor teaching also in terms of condescending negativism, inattentive planning, moral turpitude, particularistic grading, personal disregard, uncommunicated course details, and uncooperative cynicism.
There were many problem areas that caused the huge system backlog including cargo documentation, uncommunicated changes to operational requirements, and multiple fiefdoms within a single process.
And, counsel's uncommunicated thoughts and information may also be relevant in determining the competency of the opinion.
Undetermined performance-related bonuses are listed as nonequity compensation, while any non-performance-related compensation or uncommunicated bonus to an executive is reported as a bonus.
On balance, Du Gard finds their marriage "distant and uncommunicated.
the woman's uncommunicated consent could not possibly give the man