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Pratt's opinion also ordered "that a trial will be held as soon as feasibly possible on Plaintiffs' claims that IDOC's funding of the InnerChange program violates" the First Amendment principle of church-state separation.
A grapple could feasibly collect the targeted material without disrupting the surrounding material.
Furthermore, advancements in the electrophysiology lab such as arrhythmia inducibility can't be feasibly applied to the asymptomatic population, "where SCD prevalence is in fact the highest.
According to Narayan, agencies already "almost never claim that their actions are less environmentally protective than they feasibly could be.
It is high time the public realizes that the high cost of education cannot be feasibly met with loans if we want educated citizens to also be consumers.
Bloomberg, joined by Department of Buildings (DOB) Commissioner Patricia Lancaster and City Council Housing and Buildings Chair Madeline Provenzano, announced on his weekly radio show with John Gambling on WABC that the city will issue an executive order to study the feasibly of adopting the International Building Code (IBC).
However, in the often hobby-based "pseudo-tactical" community, these same myths and legends could feasibly contribute to people getting killed.
For that matter, I don't believe we have a human filter that could be adequately, effectively, consistently and feasibly used to determine inappropriate content," he says.
Although right now the procedure is costly and experimental, Marescaux says, "it raises the possibility that any expert anywhere in the world could feasibly take part in any operation.
But Williams says that with the current technology this exponential expansion will end by 2010 because eventually fabrication plants will not be able to feasibly continue to scale up to meet this capacity need.
Somewhere between concept and mere object, Ecce Homo could feasibly be labeled "abject," a term that returns it neatly both to the rejected Christ and the Duchampian urinal.