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Because the problems landing a helicopter there and the impracticalities of stretchering someone off the mountain, people who've died are usually left behind until the body can be recovered the next day.
Our delegation spent hours with the Commission and MEPs to put across the impracticalities of many of the original proposals.
Once the NSWNA demonstrated to the GWAHS the impracticalities and inefficiencies of such an amalgamation on an isolated community health service already at minimum staffing, the plans were dropped immediately.
A binge tax is outlandish and we think there are impracticalities in implementing it.
Why are we fiddling with the faraway impracticalities of expecting Joe Sixpack to handle hydrogen fuel, or wasting our precious time with hybrid or alcohol-fueled Band-Aids for our bursting transportation arteries, when a perfect solution is at our fingertips right now?
Deftly exploring the impracticalities and seemingly inane concepts which restrict our citizens and fill our penitentiaries, Trapped is very strongly recommended reading for anyone with an interest in business ethics, white color crime, and their impact in a highly competitive marketplace.
Most people will go for a ``real-fire'' look, due to the impracticalities (or perhapsimpossibilities) of having a log burning fire.
TasteTech has a controlled release microencapsulation process that solves many of the problems and impracticalities commonly associated with adding spices to baked products including yeast retardation and premature flavour loss.
The British suggestion does not go that far, because of the impracticalities, but is seeking a 100 per cent capital allowance against profits in the year of purchase of a stallion.
Because of the impracticalities of retiring these obligations prior to maturity, the business would typically invest any cash surplus to offset the cost of carrying its long-term debt.
The 1 percent training requirement, Greenhouse, the "certificate of initial mastery," and even, to some extent, the Brockton project are all vintage Magaziner: right-hearted, impressive in scale, but tinged with heavy-handedness and impracticalities.
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