prior studies exhibits comparatively little variation in staggering
This paper recommends that the most effective solution for safe trainee changeover is a roll forward model of staggering
, where the more senior trainees rotate one month later.
the first break, growers are able to harvest a high percentage of medium and large mushrooms and increase the harvesting rate, which in turn reduces harvesting costs.
But she continued staggering
and mumbling and walked away".
After adapting to the staggering
technique, we are able to work all through the year.
All in all, Brewer's four-year deal could easily cost the district -- which claims it lacks funds for textbooks and class-size reduction -- upward of $2 million, a staggering
sum given his lack of direct experience.
Production of corrugated packaging rose a staggering
16% compared to less than 3% in the USA and less than 2% in Europe.
A NEW survey says that, not including the cost of the holiday itself, Britons spend a staggering
pounds 63billion on "extras".
It's a staggering
thing--getting enough people to vote against giving a minority of the population certain rights.
When a regulatory body, auditor or court requests a record, the cost of discovery can be staggering
for electronic records and especially for physically stored records.
ACHIEVEMENT When Wilson invented lattice QCD in the early 1970s, he immediately scored a major success.
By the end of Europe's staggering
summer heat wave, Budapest's ornate bridges were looking strange.
June 20, outdoor film, "A Closer Walk" -- "a 2003 documentary about the staggering
impact of AIDS on the world" -- and other films, 7 p.
Yes, the staggering
amounts being spent to bring economic sustainability are massive.
The author made the (reasonable) choice not to undertake the equally staggering
task of mastering contemporary newspapers.