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1 It is the intention of these specifications that the vendor hereunder shall furnish and Baltimore County shall purchase commercial off the shelf random selection drug and alcohol program management software covered by this contract which the County may require during the period of time specified.
Critics of the key man system suggest that using random selection in Perry's case was a good defense against perceived or actual bias - and that it should be used in all Texas criminal cases.
in the first significant democratic experience, namely the Athenian democracy, elections worked side by side with random selection (sortition) and direct participation.
For many large production workshops, an operative plan is adequate for workshop control purposes; A random selection of permutations could be a good solution for a small number of workplaces and operations (say 10 workplaces and 20 tasks with 100 operations);
The selection of the minister of housing from a class of businessmen (the current minister) has not proven to be more useful than appointing the owner of a large engineering firm (the former minister), because of the random selection in both cases.
From next Monday, a random selection of patients will be contacted by phone by Mrs Whittaker and asked to give their views.
I am absolutely not against random selection, but the idea that random selection would be a problem is wrong.
Speaking during a session of the Welsh Grand Committee at Westminster yesterday, Mr Murphy said, "It's plainly an important matter, where we have to consider people's right to be heard in their own language, the implications for random selection of juries and the practicalities involved.
A random selection of 350 memorials at the cemeteries were checked earlier this year for stability.
HERE'S a random selection of the pearls of wisdom that have dropped from managers' mouths this week:
Additionally, the sample consisted of intact groups and neither random selection nor assignment was employed.
Random selection refers to the way participants are selected from a defined population (e.