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However, the data did not indicate that either solicitous responses or punishing responses were linked with changes in patients' physical function.
But, just as the pendulum had drifted way too far in one direction with officious customer service, being overly solicitous creates a whole new set of problems.
What it could not do, of course, was end the solicitous hand wringing of political opponents claiming to be so concerned about Plaid's political standing - nor to their enjoyment in practising a little political sleight of hand from time to time to catch the unwary.
And are most solicitous, at times ready to be cued in order to cheer and chant, as if on a film set.
I suppose you have to be amused by that: the US is solicitous of my sensitive nature, and wants to protect me from swearing.
I suppose you have to be amused by that: the US military is solicitous of my sensitive nature, and wants to protect me from swearing.
Most of us have been raised to believe that the way to show respect to older family members is to be solicitous and to take care of their every need, but all people benefit from feeling needed, worthwhile, and independent.
Pakistan appears more ready to be solicitous of the Afghan government's position on the Taliban and more aware of the danger the movement poses to its own political order," the daily said.
He then proposes a "facilitator model" for legally managing university/student safety affairs in order to handle contemporary complexities in a manner that is neither extremely authoritarian nor overly solicitous of student freedom and seeks shared responsibility for student safety.
He proves downright solicitous while teaching a dance to a couple of guys ("Two Bozos Seen Through Glass: An Epiphany") and turns downright tender, musing about his departed dog ("My Dear Dogmatist").
So be solicitous to maintain your eligibility to have received this trust and be committed to the interests of the country and the citizens.
And Uncle Sam's Quartermaster Corps is just as solicitous for every man in our fighting forces today.