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a means by which individuals are compared and judged

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This change rekindled a long-standing controversy regarding the proper interpretation of the -850mVcse current-applied criterion, which has persisted to the present and particularly since the SP0169 standard is again being revised.
The criterion such librarians most frequently choose is library relevancy, which they in turn simplify further to mean popularity with users.
Need, then, may not be the best single criterion on which to base allocation decisions.
If the joint activity fails to meet any of the criterion, the entity must report all of the activity's costs--including those that otherwise might be considered program or management and general costs had they been incurred in a different activity--as fundraising expense.
These results along with the results for TRC counselors (our local criterion group) and Berven and Scofield's counselors (the original criterion group) are presented in Table 1.
Others claim that the criterion of "whole-brain death" is only an "approximation": (James L.
The problem here is that retrieval size rather than usefulness or relevance to need or subject becomes the most important (if not the only) criterion. Bates provides a number of possible reasons for the phenomenon, but the important point here is that the phenomenon not only appears (at least in this writer's experience in teaching information retrieval) to exist still, but also has become institutionalized in electronic search systems.
Indeed, a criterion for membership in ASEC task forces is a desire to provide the specific assurance service.
This criterion is consistent with the trend of PHOs, physician groups, and managed care organizations requiring board certification as a prerequisite for participation.
Because there is a lack of clarity over whether "significant involvement" applies to management as well as policy direction, criterion 2 was left at "at least one person with a disability" rather than 51%.
Although the Guide to Evaluating Library Collections (ALA, 1989) applies a duplication criterion only to monographs (p.
Management of two common conditions, cystitis and vaginitis, were examined in a small randomized study in a teaching hospital with a retrospective audit of the physician's records of the condition.6 Physicians were asked to set criteria for management of the condition, an audit was performed, and physicians were allowed to modify the criteria and assign weights to each criterion. At that time, prospective monitoring of physicians' adherence to the criteria was conducted.