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In this issue, we get a true understanding of how experienced physician leaders delicately balance their roles as organizational leaders and practicing physicians.
(TAP) - Queen Elizabeth has sent a delicately coded message to Britain's factious political class over Brexit, urging lawmakers to seek common ground and grasp the big picture to resolve the crisis.
A READ about a prisoner of war's experiences is never easy or upbeat but A Brief Stop On The Road From Auschwitz, by Goran Rosenberg (Granta, PS16.99), is handled more delicately and sensitively because the POW in question is the author's own father, David.
It was a delicately portioned dish, befitting of a five-course feast, which was pretty and pink with a delicately frothy finish.
Defying long-held beliefs about prominent modernist poet Marianne Moore, Holding On Upside Down delicately conveys Moore's passionate yet convoluted personal life and desire for self-agency.
If so, then today I'm delicately exotic, dressed in a palette of SS13's chic summer white.
The first fragrant collection is inspired by the delicious, powdery scent of rose and violet petals, delicately draped in sugar.
From antique pewter necklaces delicately sewn together with Swarovski pearls and crystals to individual and stylish tiaras, it's about accessorising and complementing your wedding dress with something more than a classical veil - yet still retaining that romantic feel.
The new festive range features Chicken Parfait with Brandy, soft, indulgent and enriched with butter cream and Brandy delicately finished with hints of thyme and sweet notes from the Bramley apple jelly made in nearby Gatehouse of fleet in Galloway.
"Farm" is a detailed, delicately illustrated compendium of seasonal farm activities on a (prairie) plains family farm from spring through fall.
Summary: Bangladesh passed 400 runs before removing three of England's top order to leave the second Test delicately poised after two days.
The Southbank Centre said it had removed the model of an orchestra, made from delicately folded sheet music, from the Royal Festival Hall (RFH).