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(Bad), adjective adverse, antagonistic, baleful, belligerent, calamitous, cantankerous, corrupt, crabbed, crabby, cross, damaging, degenerate, deleterious, depraved, destructive, detrimental, evil, fell, fractious, harm, harmful, hostile, hurtful, immoral, inauspicious, infelicitous, iniquitous, injurious, insult, irascible, irritable, low, mean, mischief, nefarious, nocuous, pernicious, ruinous, sinful, snappish, snappy, sullen, trouble, unfavorable, unfriendly, unkind, unkindly, unlucky, unpromising, unpropitious, wicked, wrong

ill

(Sick), adjective afflicted, ailing, bedridden, diseased, feeble, feverish, has a medical condition, in the hospital, indisposed, infirm, laid up, malady, not feeling well, not up to snuff, not well, on the sick list, out of commission, under the weather, weak
Associated concepts: fee for service, health care
See also: pain, trouble, unsound
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Miss Illes has since sent the piece of glass and the remains of the burger to McDonalds head office.
Illes borrows heavily from the theoretical frameworks developed by William Bridges (Surviving Corporate Transition [New York: Doubleday, 1988]) and Todd D.
Though Illes also loses her job, the book does not question the necessity of closing the plant, nor does it do all that much criticizing of executives.
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The symposium, titled "Ethics, neuroimaging and limited states of consciousness," is hosted by the Program in Neuroethics, part of the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics and directed by Illes.
Illes and her co-authors -- Joachim Hallmayer, PhD, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, and research associate Jennifer Singh -- conducted the study because they were interested in exploring how people react to new scientific discoveries.
People are capable of being very savvy consumers of medical technology, but the information has to be available to them to allow them to be savvy," said the study's lead author, Judy Illes, PhD, senior researcher in the school's Center for Biomedical Ethics and in the Department of Radiology.
The group, led by Judy Illes, senior research scholar in biomedical ethics and in radiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine, will publish their thoughts in the April 20 online issue of Nature Reviews Neuroscience.
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Steve Illes, I/OMagic executive vice president, stated: "This increased support from our manufacturing partner demonstrates their commitment to our business.