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He was called the smartest and most trusty fel- low, who had this honor conferred upon him the most frequently.
Hooker informs me, in species with the densest heads that the inner and outer flowers most frequently differ.
Frequently used techniques/systems for electronic attacks: identifies techniques/systems which are most frequently used for electronic attacks
Among the 25 new programs and policies in the database: (1) Of the 17 core strategies, the one most frequently used by new programs and policies is career education and workforce readiness (17 programs and policies); (2) All 17 core strategies in the database are being implemented by at least one new program or policy; (3) The service goal most frequently targeted by new programs and policies is improving academic performance (21 programs and policies); and (4) The specific populations most frequently targeted by new programs and policies are students with academic needs and students with behavioral needs (7 programs and policies each).
By far the most frequently reported site of usual health care was a primary care provider; 47% of respondents gave this reply.
Not only is this ethical principle highly valued because of our culture's emphasis on individualism, but it is the ethical issue that is transgressed upon most frequently.
For me, the trick lies in using a system of 3-ring binders and folders for our most frequently required tasks.
Applying the whole person concept most frequently results in deferred attrition.
Part the Interlink Books "Travellers' Wildlife Guides" series, Peru provides identification and location information on Peru's most frequently seen animals.
In the most frequently used measures adaptation is operationalized as a unidimensional construct, measured as, for example: (1) pathological dimensions of personality (primarily the presence of depression or anxiety); (2) physical or behavioral complaints; (3) changes in productivity or reduction in performance; or (4) degree of disability acceptance (Livneh & Antonak).
In recent Grant Thornton LLP surveys, three reasons were most frequently cited for acquisition failures: poor integration planning, lack of strategic rationale and weak cultural fit.
Degradation tends to occur most frequently in areas where hang-up of resin or flow stagnation take place--such as in the parison head--subjecting small amounts of material to excessive heat history.

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