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DRIVEN MAD: Doctors want smoking banned behind the wheel (left), but the law on drivers using mobile phones isn't enforced rigorously enough
Written by Professor of New Testament (The General Theological Seminary, New York City) Deirdre Good, Jesus' Family Values is a rigorously scholarly examination of exactly what "family values" and dimensions of the family were in the days of Jesus Christ and the apostles, and precisely what the New Testament has to say--and what it doesn't say--about such matters.
the theory of relativity, the big bang theory, evolution, even the HIV-AIDS paradigm--and rigorously re-examines the basic assumptions and conclusions of each with a kind of schoolboy ruthlessness.
Ghosttown was a rigorously attenuated enactment of surface, one that produced a particular political space quite unlike that which we arrive at through digging deeper.
How do you find time to train so rigorously and be a student?
A handsome and rigorously thought-through tool, it was also a work of mobile architecture, scaled to fit the streets it ran through nimbly and economically.
Now, thanks to a data trove collected by a satellite called Gravity Probe B, scientists are poised to test Einstein's theory more rigorously than ever before.
The incident drew attention to the rivalry between the various denominations who rigorously guard their sections of the church under a "status quo" law passed in 1757.
In a nutshell: Rigorously brainy movie that gets its kicks from making your head hurt.
Conditions under which pharmaceutical plugs and stoppers are manufactured, particularly when processing isoprene, ethylene propylene, butadiene or liquid/solid silicone are said to be rigorously controlled.
Recognized in 16 countries, including the UK and the US, Common Criteria is an independent international standard that provides assurance to users that the product's security has been rigorously tested.
The bylaws proposed in this issue of California CPA have been rigorously reviewed and approved by both of CalCPA's governing bodies.
While we rigorously open every listing to all homebuyers, we consistently seek out ad opportunities that allow us to reach those Who might not see new listings otherwise.
After two years at a seminary just outside the Vatican (the setting of Thrall is based on this facility), and just two years away from ordination as a priest, Schiefelbein began to question his faith rigorously for the first time.
The proposed SASs require auditors to develop a better understanding of audited entities and their environments, to use that knowledge to more rigorously assess the risks of material misstatement of the entities' financial statements and to better link the nature, timing and extent of audit procedures with assessed risks.