IAS 20, "Accounting for government grants and disclosure of government assistance" (a newly examinable
The syllabus divides the candidate's time between seven examinable
Veronica de Klerk, the then Executive Director of Women's Action for Development (WAD) highlighted the importance of having "life skills" being taken as an examinable
subject as it has the capacity to teach young Namibians core values hopefully leading to a decrease in GBV.
All of this quite rightly affected the examinable
syllabi, style of question asked, length of papers, and mark schemes.
Pero para que ello suceda, y esto es de vital importancia, la prueba tiene que ser pristina, conspicua, reconocible como tal; en terminologia de Wittgenstein, tiene que poder ser facilmente examinable
(surveyable), es decir, tenemos que tener de ella una representacion sinoptica o perspicua (Ubersichlichkeit).
Shade windows, shade examinable
packaging, any type of package that shows limited product visibility for the consumer to view prior to opening has been a demand--trendy and desirable.
However, it is settled that whatever the width of the discretion, its exercise is judicially examinable
to determine whether the Commissioner has exceeded the limits which may be discerned from the legislation.
A saber, el mecanismo debe ser concreto (no inmaterial), examinable
(no oculto) y comportarse segun regularidades empiricas (no azar irreductible).
During the rest of 2014, APMG will be working with the CMI to refine the CMBoK and update the APMG Change Management syllabus, examinations and examinable
Medical ethics now forms an important and examinable
part of all curricula, often integrated into clinical courses.
That if any person charged with any crime or offence against the commonwealth shall be acquitted or discharged from further prosecution by the court of the county or corporation in which the offence is or may by law be examinable
, he or she shall not thereafter be examined, questioned or tried for the same crime or offence, but may plead such acquittal or discharge in bar of any other or further examination or trial for the same crime or offence, any law, custom, usage or opinion to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.
The acts of such an officer, as an officer, can never be examinable
by the courts.
These features must be seen as interconnected and regarded as examinable
and problematic in both research and practice.
To achieve the ends of sociocultural change that they are deemed to serve, there ought to be principles that are enforceable by requiring that syllabi integrate culturally diverse texts and be examinable
at the end of a course with a cultural diversity component.
Their concern is to make the state and its legitimizing (and dominating) practices visible and thus examinable
through exploring its margins, where 'state law and order continually have to be re-established' (Asad 2004:279).