Nor does it run counter
to Harvard President Summer's desire to be on the "cutting edge" of education.
in Thousand Oaks, said the very word ``secretary'' evokes images and stereotypes that run counter
to what she and thousands of other workers do in the modern work force.
The new findings, which appear in the November issue of the American Journal of Psychiatry, run counter
to many studies suggesting that smokers experience increased anxiety after quitting, perhaps because nicotine has a soothing effect.
says that many elements of Johnson's climate theory are speculative and run counter
to accepted ideas.
Among other actions that run counter
to the department's ``zero tolerance'' policy on sexual harassment, McBride is charged with greeting female officers as ``babe,'' making unwelcome sexual advances toward Officer Hatter, and making lewd suggestions as to how Sgt.
The results of the experiment, completed last month, run counter
to findings from a trial 2 years ago, when Coale and his coworkers first tried to seed the Pacific with iron.
The findings run counter
to previous smaller studies, which suggested that the drugs routinely used to treat men with high blood pressure were not as beneficial in women - and in some cases actually increased their overall death rate.
These findings tend to run counter
to those in a major study of pesticides' value to U.
These observations run counter
to the widespread stereotype of passive Latin American women," she remarks.
The study's implications run counter
to conventional thinking about osteoporosis.
While the data do not establish the relative benefits of the various lifestyle changes, they do run counter
to recent suggestions that low-cholesterol diets offer no cardiovascular advantage (SN: 3/3/90, p.
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