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The 2001 film, starring Tom Cruise and Penelope Cruise, topped a list of movies most likely to baffle viewers with confusing
At the Medicare Forum in Glendale - hosted by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Social Security Administration and the Los Angeles County Center for Health Care Rights - seniors wrestled with a confusing
world of prescription drug benefits, including ``the doughnut hole'' between $2,250 and $5,100 in drug prescription costs not covered by Medicare.
Visual processing problems, for example, could lead to children losing their places when using the textbook, confusing
numbers like 15 for 51, and using a number line in reverse.
That's why, in the state-of-the-art grammar being jammed down your throat today, state-of-the-art is hypenated, thereby avoiding the confusing
look of 'the art grammar.
The bottom line is that the long-term-care products offered today are too complicated and confusing
to be successful.
The point is that this disagreement illustrates something that's been said before in this column: PPS regulation is just too confusing
for everyone involved, including the federal regulators themselves.
voices shed light on the complexities of the issue.
Organizations are proliferating messages that are confusing
As small business owners work to stay afloat in a changing economy, confusing
legislation can often be a pitfall.
I did not see where the ballot was in any way confusing
NEW YORK -- Major wireless phone companies produce needlessly confusing
information that leads to $3 billion in lost revenue and customer acquisition costs, according to the latest Perplexity Poll from Siegel & Gale www.