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lack

verb be bereft of, be deficient, be deprived of, be desirous, be destitute, be in need, be in want, be inaddquate, be inferior, be insufficient, be needy, be poor, be wanting, be without, crave, desiderate, desire, fall short, feel a dearth, hunger for, long for, miss, need, require, suffer privation, want, wish for, yearn for
Associated concepts: lack of capacity, lack of consideration, lack of due care, lack of good faith, lack of intent, lack of juuisdiction, lack of knowledge, lack of mutuality, lack of probable cause, lack of prosecution, lack of trustworthiness
See also: absence, dearth, defect, deficiency, deficit, delinquency, demand, disadvantage, failure, foible, insufficiency, market, need, omission, paucity, poverty, privation, require, vice
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In 1982 Lack focused on the term Classical Realism to differentiate this traditional manner of painting from all of the other isms of our time: Photo Realism, Modernism, Surrealism, etc.
Now, for the first time, the Lacks family has been given a say over at least some research involving her cells.
We manipulated lack of control and situation valence with the same recall task used in Experiment One, and then we measured visual pattern perception using the snowy pictures task (Whitson & Galinsky, 2008).
Barriers Identified for Young Adults With Childhood-Onset Chronic Diseases Pediatricians Internists (n = 730) (n = 492) Lack of psychiatric support 53% 28% Lack of time 42% 33% Lack of reimbursement 41% 35% Lack of training 12% 24% Note: Based on a national survey about barriers to treating sickle cell disease, cystic fibrosis, and complex congenital heart disease.
In order to successfully promote from within the organization, a developmental process must be in place to introduce key individuals to the key leadership capabilities, provide "safe" opportunities to develop any critical skills they may lack, and then assign them successively more intense, complex programs to manage.
The Tax Court recently held that it lacks jurisdiction under Sec.
This case emphasizes that shareholder advances to a closely held corporation will be treated as loans if the characteristics of the agreement are similar to those for loans made to the corporation by an unrelated party (For background information on the lack of guidance regarding debt vs.
Before and since April 30, 2006, the residents of Redcar and East Cleveland, and possibly beyond, have had lack of consultation, lack of bus shelter timetables, lack of scheduled buses, lack of connecting buses, lack of transferable tickets, lack of drivers with a knowledge of the bus route, lack of customer service, lack of the ability to get to work on time, and lack of competition.
The task at hand hinges on the country's ability to attract new foreign investment, a tricky problem since the level of development that would draw investors requires infrastructure that the country currently lacks.
You and your family should also be aware of the early signs of postpartum depression: a lack of interest in caring for yourself or the baby, weight loss and lack of interest in food, insomnia or sleeping all the time, decreased concentration and increased indecisiveness, feeling agitated and restless or, conversely, a lack of energy, feeling worthless or guilty and having recurring thoughts of death.
In applying the whole person concept, the question that always begs to be asked is whether good character can compensate for lack of technical skill.
IT LOOKS LIKE A LACK OF FLAG PM MAY HAVE GARBLED THIS MESSAGE.