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Overall, the transition tree shows that all the paths are well balanced, and similar numbers of students from both class types in the first period did not comply with their treatment assignment by entering a small class within the same school or attrited from the sample altogether in the second period.
Before proceeding with prosthetic phase patient was referred to endodontic department for full mouth intentional root canal treatment as most of his teeth were attrited and there was severe gingival recession.
This was never done in Afghanistan, where the US military preferred instead a Groundhog Day loop of ineffectual battalion-sized "sweeping operations." The Taliban simply attrited US forces during these operations with improvised explosive devices, mines, and snipers, and flowed back into the "swept" areas as soon as US forces left.
Over the years, policemen without college degrees have been at risk of being attrited or terminated from the service due to nonpromotion.
Excluding the attrited participants from the sample, the cohort mean at the first time of measurement (29.63) was essentially identical to their mean score of at the end of training (29.38).
"Islamic state especially over the next several months is going to be attrited at a much faster rate than the recruitment rate," Abrahms said.
Inter-disciplinary management of a patient with severely attrited teeth".
The parallels identified between the siblings' linguistic behavior and that of adult heritage speakers have two further implications: first, they imply that some aspects of the heritage language of adults are the outcome of an interrupted process of acquisition of this language between the ages of 3; 0 and 5; 0, when more intensive exposure to another language, English in our case, reduces exposure to the heritage language and diminishes the opportunities to use it; and second, given that the siblings' input in Spanish is not attrited or reduced, the results suggest that some of the changes that have been identified across generations of bilinguals (e.g.
This fact revealed that the attrited material is composed both of copper compounds and of support.
This original group has indeed been severely attrited in the last 12 years through the actions of the Bush and Obama administrations, as well as US partners and allies.
We examine the possibility of remaining nonrandom attrition bias by comparing prevalence rates of the seven A2 disorders collected in Wave I between respondents who (1) attrited between Waves I and II and (2) completed both waves.
We use this file to identify whether (and when) a recruit attrited. This file also provides loss reasons, which we use to define attrition.
During the winter of 2013, one school attrited; researchers dropped its matched pair, resulting in a final sample of 13 LWP sites and 42 schools (21 pairs).
Lose access to a base or have a single MSC support ship attrited out, and we have a game-changer.