Drawing on a review of current literature and independent analysis of existing databases, this report reexamines
the 1990 Institute of Medicine guidelines for weight gain during pregnancy.
Secrets of Nature reexamines
this idea and similar popular views about alchemy and astrology.
To successfully transform, agencies must fundamentally reexamine
their business processes, outmoded organizational structures, management approaches, and, in some cases, missions.
Cave invites his reader to reexamine
sixteenth-century (mostly French) canonical literature in the light of a dramatically changing reality.
In Golden's hands, the show should offer ample opportunity to reexamine
politicized selfhood as imagined in gallery space.
He flew back to Los Angeles with the team and was examined Saturday by team orthopedist Ronald Kvitne, who will reexamine
Fiset again today after the swelling subsides.
For the past year, we've encouraged the DEP to reexamine
its position based on our belief that the previous requirement for two parking spaces per residential unit was not only unnecessary, but also counter-productive insofar as it discouraged mass transit," said Joseph Barry, chairman of the Applied Companies and cocChairman of HRPOCA, a non-profit organization.
Today, investigators can reexamine
evidence from preserved DNA samples using newer and more sophisticated technologies unavailable when they obtained the evidence.
The director said the IRS needs to reexamine
the accounts deemed uncollectible and criticized the IRS's classification methods, under which high-income individuals often are allowed to escape paying back taxes even though they continue to pay high living expenses.
Patent Office to reexamine
two related, but separate, patents also licensed exclusively to Cellectis by Institut Pasteur, U.
A passionate call to reawaken core beliefs and life practices, and reexamine
the meaning of living and passing on the Jewish faith.
And in Illinois, Catholic Charities USA, the state's largest foster-care provider, said it would reexamine
its child placement policies to ensure they weren't contradicting the Vatican's newly strengthened position against gay parenting.
This book will compel readers to reexamine
their assumptions about the resiliency of nature.
The two characters are forced to reexamine
old feelings and emotions when their pasts come back to haunt them.
Judy Kronenfeld seeks to reexamine
the assumptions about language which underpin both deconstruction and the various new historicisms, and to mediate between such concepts as infinitely regressive meaning, repressive hegemonic cultural codes, and unbounded polyvalency.