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BEIRUT: A health survey of local and refugee youngsters has produced reassuring results, according to caretaker Health Minister Ali Hasan Khalil, as the ministry seeks to combat the spread of infectious diseases.
OBSERVATIONS & RESULTS: In the present study it was observed that a higher proportion of normal pregnancies (80%) had reassuring fetal heart rate patterns as compared to 63% in high risk group (Table-1).
He also urged the Caretaker President, the Interim Prime Minister and the National Constituent Assembly Speaker to send reassuring messages to the people, support national unity and set a definite date for elections.
They found that during reassuring behavior, facial expressions conveying fear and talking in a rising tone caused more fear in the children.
But reassuring because there is a clear detailed plan to cope with the inevitable.
Fifty-three per cent of those surveyed in a research said corporations were not credible or reassuring, a recent symposium held by Middle East Public Relations Association (Mepra) has revealed.
A beautiful reassuring book for the smallest children upwards.
Shares rose almost 10 per cent after the brief update, which Numis Securities described as reassuring.
Shares rose almost 10% after the brief update, which Numis Securities described as reassuring.
The president and chief executive officer of Wells Fargo, John Stumpf, issued a brief message to customers reassuring them about the merger of Wachovia Corp with the bank.
Such press releases can also be distributed to customers themselves as a way of reassuring them about the institution's stability.
But the afternoon chats were all about reassuring them that the future was a rosy one.