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Perhaps his numerous ex wives and partners might raise a question or two about his lack of fidelity here.
Findings are nonsignificant, and researchers are unable to draw conclusions about the effectiveness of the intervention because it could be that these results were due to a lack of fidelity to the intervention (Moncher & Prinz, 1991).
Frank further noted that Onochie has exposed the government lack of fidelity to credible election, which he claimed was part of the orchestrated plot to emasculate the judiciary by removing the CJN.
"The current crisis of sexual abuse by clergy, the cover-up by leaders in the church and the lack of fidelity of some have caused great harm," said the Aug.
In agreement, Walter and Petr (2008) assert that one of the main barriers to wraparound establishing a stronger evidence base is due to a lack of fidelity research.
Fabella said the two lawyers were liable for 'negligence and lack of fidelity, care, and devotion to the cause of their client.'
Gentamicin's ability to induce a lack of fidelity in gene transcription, intrinsic to its antimicrobial mechanism of action, can be leveraged in the correction of certain human genetic mutations that lead to rare genetic disorders.
Laetitia Cremonas notable essay on Richard Brooks's 1965 film adaptation of Lord Jim discusses the negative reviews that the film received not least due to its lack of fidelity to the original literary source.
In a speech to the House of Representatives in January 2011, then newly elected Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-Ohio) vowed that he would "renew focus on the Constitution." On December 3, 2012, Boehner demonstrated his lack of fidelity to that promise by politically ostracizing some of the most staunch constitutionalists in the House.
This lack of fidelity information greatly limits interpretation of outcomes assessment results and, ultimately, evaluation of the planned program (Ball & Christ, 2012).
It's common to hear that a program isn't being implemented with "fidelity." Program designers, program implementers, and program evaluators often seem surprised about this lack of fidelity even though, over 30 years ago, we learned that complex programs go through a process of "mutual adaptation" in which both developers and implementers make adjustments to work more effectively (Berman and McLaughlin 1978).
Lack of fidelity to quality-assurance (QA) principles