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About" points to Hargraves's excellent discussion not only of that word, but of parts of speech, including countability of nouns and inflections of verbs.
They also provide a great deal of lexical grammatical information, such as the countability or non-countability of nouns and the gradability of adjectives.
Some of the disadvantages include 1) difficulties in fish identification, particularly for small fish or fish with subtle coloration, 2) the potential for attraction or repulsion of fish from the submersible, 3) variation in countability due to habitat type; for example, due to reduced visibility when the submersible maneuvered off bottom to avoid large boulders, or the failure to detect fish hiding behind boulders, and 4) the limitation of the technique to quantifying the density of benthic species found in close proximity to the bottom.
The healthcare industry is awash in debatesre garding the Health Insurance Portability countability Act (HIPAA).
Special issues on the theme were released in 2001 by "Accounting, Organisation and Society" as well as the "Accounting, Auditing, and Ac countability Journal".
The corporate optimism and positive spins that helped build investor confidence in previous cycles will significantly dampen as companies remain defensive regarding disclosures and heightened corporate countability.
Most executives are too accustomed to being singled out and set apart to dwell on what it means to belong to an exclusionary establishment in today's climate of public countability.
Workflow and notification features are designed to ensure that customers get the level of service expected and a system for automating the escalation of service issues is in place to give ac countability.
Other potential gains include better quality practice, more confident and proactive practitioners, enhanced professional vitality and satisfaction, a stake in the knowledge that guides current and future practice, additional resources, improved ac countability to service providers and our clients and the public and new and rewarding collaborations.
In asking us to distinguish between ac countability and the language of accounting, Readings wants us to ask, How do we measure accountability without allowing education itself to be framed in the context and interests of a corporate logic and language, without, in short, buying into a rhetoric which participates in the very transformation of public institutions into marketplace commodities?
The underlying reason for provincial non-ac countability is the same syndrome as has crippled band governments: a growing reliance on transfers from Ottawa and corresponding reluctance by local majorities to undertake the painful exercise of weighing the incremental benefits of more spending against the incremental costs of more taxing.
The Federal Government's involvement in wildlife damage management guarantees countability to the public and ensures that the techniques used will be effective and biologically appropriate.