Telecommunications availability and support is readily available and the technical and management expertise necessary to operate a successful center is available or easily recruitable
due to the great quality of life in the area.
Cossu also offers the explanation that the brain may possess a "mechanism of spontaneous order," which generated "non-adaptive neurofunctional architectures, later recruitable
as adaptive tools" (p.
And, second, I invited "our military sociologists" (Charlie Moskos was present at the symposium when the recommendation was made, and we spoke of the question during a break) to "determine whether such a step would dissuade some of the traditional recruitable
candidates from joining, and whether that effect would be overcome [offset] by bringing greater numbers of able and willing gays and lesbians into the ranks.
Though I was a recruitable
athlete in basketball, I doubted whether I could play on the Division I level.
Appreciation of the proportionality between volume of apheresis and the number of progenitors collected (15), that progenitor cells are recruitable
during apheresis (16), and that large-volume leukapheresis is safe has led to its routine use at the time of maximal circulating progenitor cell number (17).
Other revenue opportunities include: recruitable
athlete profiles, college information services, direct marketing of Nike merchandise by V-Mail, advertising and sponsorships and books and tapes.
The Bureau for Public Health's Recruitable
Community Program (RCP) was initiated in 1998.
2007; 116:975-983) provided key evidence indicating that men and women with more recruitable
collateral circulation have a better chance of surviving a heart attack than patients who have less developed collateral circulation.
Through its recruitABLE
project, the organization will host one-day networking events for employers in Brockville and surrounding areas to increase awareness of the labour market potential of people with disabilities.
They found an effective new way to connect with the market that is the recruitable
athlete, and with the ESPN anchors who reach that market.
An increased polarization in discussions would perhaps further stigmatize individuals - and stigmatized individuals tend to be recruitable
As demonstrated by a recent study from the ARDSnet regarding the effect of RMs with high PEEP in the supine position (15), recruitable
lung volume is one of the important factors that determine the effectiveness of RMs.
If this kid takes care of his grades, he could potentially be one of the most recruitable
athletes of anyone ever at Saugus,'' Bornn said.
It made me very recruitable
for fraternities because to them having a scholarship translated into a good grade point, and they all needed help with that.
Perhaps our military sociologists could determine whether such a step would dissuade some of the traditional recruitable
candidates from joining, and whether that effect would be overcome by bringing greater numbers of able and willing gays and lesbians into the ranks.