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at risk

adverb at peril, capable of loss, involved, pooentially liable
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Problem and at-risk gambling habits were found at much higher levels in solitary gambling activities, such as online gambling sites.
Meissen, Mastromauro, Kiely, McNamara, and Myers (1991) found that the reasons to perform the test are related with the reduction of anxiety and the uncertainty associated with being at-risk, and enhanced planning and decision making.
Village Way Educational Initiatives, an independent nonprofit organization, was launched in 2006 to expand the successful Village Way methodology to youth villages and public high schools with high populations of at-risk and immigrant youth.
Key phrases: at-risk urban college students, learning supports for online at-risk students, online professor-student engagement, online academic support for at-risk students.
The ADA asserts that provider perceptions support these findings--only one in four believes at-risk patients are "extremely" or "very" knowledgeable about their elevated risk for type 2 diabetes or heart disease.
However, the at-risk rules may frequently limit the ability of LLC members to deduct losses.
At-risk drinking was assessed using the Comorbidity Alcohol Risk Evaluation Tool (CARET), which categorizes older adults as at risk if they display at least one of the following drinking behaviors: they consume more than two drinks on most days; they consume one to two drinks on most days and have certain comorbidities, such as gout, hepatitis, or nausea; they consume one to two drinks on most days and take select medications, such as antidepressants or sedatives.
An S corporation shareholder has at-risk basis to the extent of contributions to the corporation and unencumbered funds lent by the shareholder to the corporation, if the lent funds are borrowed by the shareholder, they create at-risk basis to the extent the shareholder is personally responsible for their repayment.
Subsequent work with large populations of at-risk students in the United States, Canada and Australia leads me to share the following, some might say radical, proposals for serving at-risk learners.
education company focusing on the serving the needs of at-risk and special student populations.
Earlier this month, at a Hollywood movie theater, HBO screened a film about an at-risk youth, before an audience of at-risk youths.