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This also highlights the chasm between the promise of the EHR and the reality and costs of data-mining.
In addition to the funding received from the Australian Government, Standley Chasm was also awarded $60,000 through the Northern Territory Governments Tourism Infrastructure Development Fund to upgrade Standley Chasms picnic area and install birdwatching hides, which will entice even more visitors to the attraction.
Randy Becker, one of the hunters to see the chasm, added: "An awesome example of how our earth is not as stable as you might think.
Simpson took more than a dozen measurements along the side of the main road leading through Purgatory Chasm, even though he is scheduled for hip replacement surgery later this month.
Chasm, the sixth book in the Frankie MacFarlane mysteries, by Susan Cummins Miller, is a suspenseful read filled with murderous men and the beauty of the Grand Canyon.
Moore, the author of books for high-tech innovators and entrepreneurs, contends that there is a chasm between the early adopters of technology and the early mainstream market, and demonstrates how high-tech innovators and marketers can narrow it and increase adoption across all segments of the technology adoption life cycle.
In the UAE, 66 per cent of consumers felt customised rewards would win their loyalty, while only 44 per cent of brands delivered this, leaving a sizable chasm of 33 per cent.
On the Mend." Revolutionizing Healthcare to Save Lives and Transform the Industry brings Chasm to reality.
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BAGHDAD, July 1 (VOI) Co Iraqi PM Nouri al-Maliki vowed to offer Arab countries priority in reconstruction partnership projects and cooperation, accusing Saddam Hussein's regime of of creating a chasm between Iraq and its Arab arena.
Purgatory Chasm is a collection of 30 poems inspired by the Massachusetts State Reservation, where published poet and creative writing teacher Susan Edwards Richmond often hikes.