When Elias Lonnrot, the famous compiler of Kalevala and Kanteletar, published his flora Suomen Kasvisto (Lonnrot 1860)--the first of its kind in Finnish, he expressedly
relied on Nylander and Saelan not only in systematics but also in geographical definitions, i.
The Stark laws expressedly
prohibit any sort of direct financial inducements for referrals, hence there is no obligation for a physician who accepts EHR help to refer patients to that hospital.
Mobile career centers, totally accessible and manned with navigators, are set up and linked by satellite, expressedly
to ensure that people with disabilities are included in the reconstituted workforce.
Serageldin holds out other forms of hope, for in Islam 'all that is not expressedly
forbidden is allowed';(7) in other words, he argues, public interest can be judged to be 'justification for changing the past forms and coping with an ever-changing present and future'.
Programmes mounted by NGOs and others are expressedly
for the purposes of helping countries whom, for whatever reasons, are not in a favourable position to help themselves.