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"In covering the war on terrorism, the American press has been too aggressive in asking government officials for information." 2002 2003 strongly agree 29% 23% mildly agree 19% 15% mildly disagree 23% 29% strongly disagree 26% 29% don't know/refused 3% 3%
Peck: Are these "light care, mildly confused" or "heavy care, highly confused people" the targets of care in the 90's?
We believe that men with mCRPC whose disease is asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic, for whom chemotherapy may not be immediately necessary, have limited treatment options and that this disease setting represents a critical unmet medical need, said Michael L.
London, August 10 (ANI): Naomi Campbell's former agent has claimed that the model and Charles Taylor were "mildly flirting" on the evening before the Liberian leader was alleged to have given the supermodel "blood diamonds".
To give an example: the murder of Frankenstein's brother by The Monster is mildly confusing, because we've never been introduced to the character (Justine, a servant) who gets blamed for the murder.
The immunoglobulin E (IgE) level was mildly elevated at 233 U/ml.
To put it mildly, he has his proverbial plate full.
Equilateral Torus II, 2002, also contributes to the mildly tongue-in-cheek nostalgia for "the modern" that characterizes this show.
"Digital River expects the acquisition to be mildly accretive," Ronning said.
Fifty-seven percent said they either strongly or mildly agreed with the statement, "People should be allowed to say things in public that might be offensive to religious groups." Forty-two percent strongly or mildly disagreed.
1999 2000 2001 2002 strongly agree 16% 10% 29% 41% mildly agree 12% 12% 10% 8% mildly disagree 22% 26% 19% 15% strongly disagree 45% 48% 39% 32% don't know/refused 5% 5% 3% 3% The U.S.
"I guess people just didn't buy it," CRC Director Chris Wemmer comments mildly. He adds that he doesn't see how scientists could transplant the studies requiring large sample sizes or a controlled environment downtown.