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This Law provided the fact that "the personalization of the detention regime for the execution of freedom-depriving sentences was determined by a specialized committee", and "an assessment plan was drawn for the social and educational intervention in the case of each prisoner by the habilitated department in the penitentiary" (Law 294/2004, Art.
Romualdas GINEVICIUS is engineer-economist, professor, habilitated doctor, chairman of Department of Economics and Management of Enterprises of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University.
During the 10 years of his work there he was habilitated as Privatdozent for the specialty of ophthalmology in 1885.
The high incidence of hearing loss shared by Jordanians and Israelis was the basis of a project to provide audiology tests for infants, which to date has screened and habilitated more than 145,000 infants.
Decisions about who is educated versus who is habilitated or treated are often tied to classification systems that do not provide the necessary support for families and children with disabilities.
Burroughs was sufficiently habilitated into the mainstream by then to be dispatched to Chicago by Esquire to report on the Convention and the bloody anti-Vietnam War riots surrounding it.
Professor Hinzen holds a doctorate in medicine from the University of Cologne, Germany, and habilitated in Physiology.
He habilitated at Munich in 1970 with a book on the prose poem and went on to a chair at the Freie Universitat in Berlin in 1973.