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Many unessential components were eliminated to simplify the system, reducing the number of trays and cost without negatively impacting clinical efficiency.
From the research conducted (Dragnea, Cordun Teodorescu-Mate, 1990, quoted by Dragnea, Teodorescu-Mate, 2002) on a team of water polo players at the prepubertal age and the early stage of puberty, it has been found that the acid-base balance undergoes unessential changes (within normal limits) after heavy efforts.
We are hoping to increase it (the council budget) before it is reviewed by Minister Essam Khalaf and approved by the Cabinet -- or we will have no choice but to cancel all unessential projects," said Mr Al Sinan.
During Earth Hour on March 28, tourist attractions, government and private buildings, and residents across Dubai turned off their lights and unessential electric appliances for a full hour.
His goal is to explain as simply as possible the main concepts and ideas of some selected topics, focusing mainly on some simple settings to avoid unessential technicalities that could blur the main arguments.
In considering the origins of Sufism--and it is not the origin of the name but of the thing itself which is to be considered here, that is, mysticism in its Islamic form--it is necessary to distinguish its essential features from certain unessential characteristics which it may or may not have.
Paralegals are too often seen as a necessary but unessential part of winning a case, like movie extras are necessary but not essential to winning an Oscar.
Since, according to the author, Neorealist filmmakers had a distrust for polished narrative structures, the marginal aspects of reality were turned into the real subject, "in order to capture not only real events but also their deeper significance" (63) by means of privileging "points of signification"; thus, the unessential became dominant, as the dog in De Sica's Umberto D (1952) or fashion in Antonioni's Cronaca di un amore (1950).
It gets about 80,000 calls per year, thus helping to reduce unessential medical costs.
Many will surely agree that this can be attributed to factors like traffic, tardiness in appointments, long unproductive meetings and discussions of unessential agendas.
As for taxing unessential commodities, these need to be redefined while rendering workers on daily bases full-timer employees.
They told me I was unessential and I found myself on the street, without a job," Saeed said.
So, in times like these what comes to the rescue is the availability of an option that lets you get rid of what's unessential, and the absence of which would make work a lot easier.
Organizational alignment: Clarifies the elements for success Builds buy-in and commitments Eliminates unessential priorities Fosters teamwork Links departments of the organizations Creates a culture of discipline; and Provides continuous feedback for Creates the conditions for sustained mid-course corrections high performance.
By taking away the dreary, unessential parts of life, I can concentrate upon the important, human aspects.