inadvisability


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the quality of being ill-advised

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In the introductory vignette, Florence's supervisor and unit coordinator attempted to counsel her about the inadvisability of her statements to the caretakers, even though they agreed with her that there was cause for concern.
Department of Minerals and Energy (DME) of the inadvisability of re-opening the
1) Given the lack of therapeutic alternatives and the inadvisability of surgical intervention, Q/D and high-dose ampicillin were administered to our patient.
The American stage has been quick to mine the possibilities of this heritage and to enrichit with its own variations and inventions, As resourceful as they are versatile, transgressive Jews play a vast repertoire of roles: they corporealize and distance the forbidden, they demonstrate the inadvisability of wrong-headed thinking, they represent the potentially subversive.
I was speaking of the essential function of the courts under our system in interpreting and applying constitutional safeguards, and I was emphasizing the importance of maintaining the courts in the highest public esteem as our final judicial arbiters and the inadvisability of needlessly exposing them to criticism and disrespect by throwing upon them the burden of dealing with purely administrative questions.
These concerns related to: (i)the poor track record of monetary cooperation among these countries; (ii)whether other ruble area states would realistically be willing to accept limitations by Russia on their sovereignty in the monetary area; (iii) the inadvisability of attempting to achieve monetary union in a highly inflationary environment; and (iv) doubts about the economic sustainability of such a union in the absence of significant financial transfers from Russia, which appeared not to be forthcoming (see Attachment V in Odling-Smee and Pastor (2001)).
Our results suggest the inadvisability of introducing private for-profit dialysis centers into the Canadian health care system," the researchers said, noting that "economic realities" facing for-profit centers may explain the findings.
Any of the locals could have told Oswaldo about the inadvisability of swimming in the Terraba.
Disputing claims on the inadvisability of providing extrinsic rewards the Institute (November, 1997) points to an experimental study completed in 1994 by Cameron and Pierce indicating that extrinsic motivators, when properly administered, actually enhance intrinsic motivation by positively affecting attitude, behavior and interest.
So in the jubilee poem I thought let's talk about how things have changed, take snapshots of historical moments, talk about what the commonwealth had been, the inadvisability of the Falkands war etcetera, etcetera.
Our findings and those of Chandel and Chaudhry clearly demonstrate the inadvisability of the use of ciprofloxacin in the Indian Subcontinent to treat many human infections, regardless of prescription.
The battle went on until 1984, when PSNH abandoned its plans after CLF and its allies succeeded in demonstrating their financial inadvisability, especially to out-of-state investors.
I believe that I have special knowledge, perhaps not shared by other members of the bar, regarding the acute inadvisability of [the bill].
In the end, Ecevit, notwithstanding his previous uncompromising rhetoric on the inadvisability of following the United States on Iraq, chose to do just that.
About a third of the respondents (17 of 56) emphasized the inadvisability of ECT with children or adolescents, or to persons with neurotic/addictive behavior problems.