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For example, Weightman and Williamson (2005) extracted the data and summarized what they were across the studies; no numerical combining took place.
Petillo said that once the responses are summarized and analyzed, they will be evaluated by NNF's RFEI review committee and its board of directors.
The primary causes cited for consultation failure are summarized in Table 1, along with the frequency of ranked response.
The various combinations tested are summarized in tables 3 and 4.
From time to time the results of studies that are of general interest to the professions and to others are summarized in the FEDERAL RESERVE BULLETIN.
In fact, it's as if he punched the words "media ethics' into a Nexis machine and summarized the entire product.
The nominated titles were selected from the 30 best business books summarized by Soundview's editors in 2006.
On the same day the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) issued its Auditing Standard 2, An Audit of Internal Control Over Financial Reporting Performed in Conjunction with an Audit of Financial Statements, Financial Executives Research Foundation (FERF) summarized the Board's discussion in approving the standard and how it responded to comments on the proposed standard.
This is not the case for South American hantaviruses, presumably because rodents and their hantaviruses only recently entered the area, perhaps after the opening of the "Panama Bridge," as summarized by S.
As such, our approach was to provide a broad overview that summarized the major trends and patterns in the data while reserving most study-specific insights and patterns in the data for other venues.
The panel's findings, summarized in a 16-page consensus report of the National Institutes of Health, are expected to encourage more patients and physicians to consider acupuncture as an alternative or complementary treatment for some common health problems, including nausea associated with pregnancy and cancer chemotherapy, and pain after dental surgery.
Baldwin next summarized the Institute's recent efforts in respect of education for its members and in advocating specific improvements in state and local tax matters.
The economic situation in Odessa is described in general terms as part of the background mostly summarized in the first chapter, but shifting conditions such as unemployment or reduced trade are not recorded month by month as are the local political events and at times political events occurring in the two capitals.