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1b) The new regulations have been praised for the rapidness of their enactment, as well as their content, which includes the free provision of abortion in public clinics, the establishment of a maximum five-day period between the woman's request and the abortion, and the responsibility of the Ministry of Health for training health professionals to provide this service (4) (Interview, Cristina Villarreal).
Boas underlines in this sense not the rapidness of the accumulation, but the fact that the dissemination of ideas in various peoples--as long as they stay in contact--takes place regardless of race, language or distance, that is why we ought to bow before the "genius" of all peoples, no matter if we are talking about the Hamitic, Semitic, Aryan (Indo-European) or Mongol nations.
The rapidness with which our dogs age is one of the greatest injustices man has to suffer.
ease and rapidness of circulation of texts, ideas, values and cultural practices across the globe?
The on-line separation methods, with the advantages of rapidness and low cost, have drawn more attention from the analyst in recent years.
It can be difficult to accept and understand the diagnosis, and the rapidness with which treatment needs to be initiated in the majority of cases.
2+] ions by GHBA resin is now considered one of the most promising technique due to its cost-effectiveness, eco-friendliness, and rapidness.
Instead of striving to have relief from the shame of a constitution from the coup era, rapidness in passing person-specific impromptu laws marked the year 2012.
In that case, impulsivity would manifest itself in the particular manner in which individuals behave, in terms of the level of rapidness and planning shown in their response.
1999) analyze the rapidness and effectiveness in commercializing technical advances as critical features to guarantee high-technology industries success.
When an episode of decline progresses with sufficient rapidness to demand clinical attention, the term acute exacerbation of IPF has been applied.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said Brazil was ready to help via the IMF but that Europe first needed to find "leadership, clear vision and rapidness," three attributes sorely lacking for much of the past two years.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques expressed thanks to the Minister and his aides for implementing these projects, emphasizing keenness on rapidness and quality in implementing these projects, saying he will follow- up its phases of implementation.