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to look intently and fixedly

one that is very similar to another in rank or position

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Opening the peer review process to the larger scientific community could have multiple benefits--scrutiny by a broader audience may give study authors more ideas for improving their research and catch more low-quality and fraudulent papers before they enter the scientific record.
Under the AICPA's plan, as part of a firm's peer review acceptance process, the firm is asked to advise the peer review administering entity (the respective state CPA society) if it does not want the state society to upload its peer review results into the secure file.
While teachers desire specific guidelines in how to implement effective peer intervention instruction (Vaughn, 2001), research into peer mediation fails to provide suggestions regarding how to link cooperative learning theory with specific instructional objectives (Maheady, 2001).
These reviews evolved into our current inspection program, which the peer reviewers recognized as a comprehensive, effective assessment.
Transparency of peer review results also is consistent with the profession's hallmark of competence.
Streaming customers with servers in San Jose can now add a server in Peer 1's New York facility, and with GLOBAL, ensure that the customer's end-users' traffic from the East coast would be routed to servers in New York instead of having to go all the way to San Jose.
As Rochester's program continues, so does the national debate about the value of peer review.
This article summarizes the results of a year-long qualitative, descriptive study--using interviews and surveys as the primary methodology--of one peer mediation program in a junior high school.
Other findings included learning that black peer groups were smaller than white peer groups; black females reported the smallest number of friends in a peer group.
Second, peer supporters can refer receptive officers to professional counselors.
In large organizations, the array of peer groups is incredibly complex.
The peer review privilege is now the subject of statute in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
In the typical procedure, if an employee can't get a problem solved by talking to his or her boss and following the normal chain of command, he or she can elect to use the peer review process for a final and binding resolution.
In this article peer tutoring is being promoted as a pedagogical strategy that teachers may use in technology instruction and integration to achieve a wider range of learning outcomes such as; subject content interest and mastery, improved technology skills, cooperation among students and raising self esteem.
The accounting profession developed, administered and monitored the first peer review programs in the 1970s and '80s and several state boards instituted mandatory peer review programs during the 1980s.