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without a crisis (as of some diseases)

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Use of alcohol protective behavioral strategies among college students: Acritical review.
Acritical mass of skilled human resources is able to operate the Gambia Early Warning System and perform long-term climate planning beyond
Shyok Suture Zone, N Pakistan: late Mesozoic- Tertiary evolution of acritical suture separating the oceanic Ladakh Arc from the Asian continental margin.
Social media is acritical tool in every online brand'sarsenal in this battle, but can fall shortif not utilised properly.
While not addressed explicitly by Watkins (1993), deficit perspectives are more likely embedded in the accommodationist, functionalism, and (to a lesser extent the liberal) curriculum orientations given their acritical perspectives on society and inequity concerning the education of Black students.
Milani was not referring to hagiography, the acritical and often paid lauding of leaders, but to a craft that seeks both to tell a narrative and meet objective standards of academic scrutiny.
Furthermore, choice is no longer something that can be eluded, trusting in the acritical inertia of a known tradition.
The kindred fields of Black liberation theology and liberation psychology: Acritical essay on their conceptual base and destiny.
I had similar reservations about the biography pages that preface each chapter, as this emphasis on the personal occasionally leads to an acritical, overly celebratory tone.
It is clear that Lercaro sought a "noble" pretext to have Dossetti at his side, once he had realized that Vatican II would not be a mechanical process that would proceed by acritical endorsements of votes of approval that some in the Curia had imagined.
Yet, given that Thunder River chert is likely the most abundant raw material in the Kuukpak chipped stone assemblage, it is unlikely that they would have depended solely on trade to procure such acritical resource, especially in a social landscape in which the potential for hostilities between groups was high.
Conversely to what may be inferred from the previous paragraph, there are grassroots movements led by scholars in Colombia who oppose the acritical consumption of foreign teaching and evaluation materials and challenge the mentality, which authors such as Pennycook (1998) call colonial mentality.
aCritical evaluations cannot be put forward regarding a government that has been in power for a month and a half,a he said.
Endogenous BMP-7 is acritical molecular determinant of the reversibility of obstruction-induced renal injuries.
But while McClintock's acritical acceptance of the Point Victory Record is expedient, it is also problematic.