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He said the dismissed federal minister repetitively informed the Prime Minister (PM) Gilani that corruption in Haj operations is underway and Minister for Religious Affairs is responsible for that.
Frequently it is caused by repetitively gripping, lifting, and positioning the wrist in flexion, ulnar deviation with thumb extension.
He plants his feet in range, uses his height to leanbackout of thewayof hitting coming back that may have substance on it and uses his strong arms to push so repetitively.
Future studies in larger samples of stroke survivors need to evaluate the adjuvant role of ESS implemented in conventional training concepts, for example, a combined application of ESS with physiotherapy provided repetitively over several days or weeks, to improve impaired motor function of the hand in daily life after stroke," Dr.
They do not use the same mechanic too repetitively but they do not get too fancy.
The 2 1/2 minute animation is very effective and can be used repetitively taking any opportunity to be used as a Reinforcement Tool to improve compliance, hence health.
The Job Scripting Tool allows for repetitively performed jobs to be saved and then automated.
Stress fractures occur when bones are repetitively stressed over short periods of time without adequate time for repair, and are more common in women than men.
These keyboards allow users to take advantage of shortcut commands that have been designed into computer applications, either for Section 508 compliance or for advanced users who use same commands repetitively.
Constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT) exercises a weakened limb repetitively while restraining the better-functioning limb with either a sling or a mitt for much of the day.
It is not more efficient to put parts of courses online because of the increased amount of time that is needed to monitor and respond to students individually and often repetitively (a point echoed by Cavanaugh as reported in his interview with Distance Education Report, 2006).
1) when quality control (QC) rules are repetitively violated;