While ever a nurse or midwife acquiesces
to participating in unpaid overtime or unrecorded time in lieu, the cause of our professions is put in jeopardy.
Buried in the middle of the book, at the end of the third chapter, is the sentence Cruz should have used to end this masterful survey: "We postmodern critics may opt either to distance ourselves from and dismiss the social problems engaged by the picaresque novel through the picaro's buffoonish acts, or to acknowledge and acquiesce
to its social purpose" (115).
By then, the picture invited its viewers to ask what sort of cretins would impose such a stupid standard of forbidden imagery and what kind of moral cowardice would acquiesce
in such preposterous prohibitions.
When firms are under severe pressure to maintain or grow earnings, risk managers and reinsurance buyers may acquiesce
or even initiate such decisions to demonstrate their value to the firm.
Yet, "women still acquiesce
to someone, maybe their bosses or their husbands.
Under the circumstances, can the corporate employees involved in the transaction, whether as decision-makers or facilitators who acquiesce
in the transaction or its reporting, shield themselves from liability for a proposed penalty?
We should not, however, acquiesce
to those aspects that potentially compromise either the quality of care or the quality of the physician's work life.
Selected writings from 1911 to 1918 in The Radical Will (1978; edited Olaf Hanson) support the central imperative of his social criticism, that "everyone resist the impulses to acquiesce
Stop The Clocks includes B-sides Half The World Away, The Masterplan and Acquiesce
but is really a Best Of compiled by Noel for the fans.
DESPITE refusing to class themselves as a covers band, Acquiesce
have no problem admitting that most of the stuff they perform has been done before.
He asked, "Why should Massachusetts acquiesce
in an insidious 'Southern strategy' where civil rights are now to he bartered away on the grounds of sex rather than race?
and then PETA comes after them again," says Feld, 54, who has run the circus since his father died in 1984.
The South, he wrote, is "given [its] dominant tone by men and women who acquiesce
in this matter - who carry in their hearts or genes or livers or lights an ancient, God-credited belief that a man has a right to do as he pleases.
Cited frequently enough, revenue agents will very likely assert the proposition as though it were a settled rule of law and taxpayers may acquiesce
to that view.
When we realized the IRS would not acquiesce
on Thwaites, a group met to ponder whether there was some way to fight," said Mary Ann Rothman, executive director of the Council of New York Cooperatives.