"Although these surrenders are voluntary, it is unclear
how much autonomy suspected drug users or dealers have in the matter some surrender in hopes of entering treatment.
It is unclear
whether this is meant to be continuous.
"Looking at the proposal, the principal and the direction is unclear
," said the Korean Teachers and Educational Workers' Union.
"The precise effect of their exposure on their long term health remains unclear
albeit medical tests indicate that their mental capacity might be compromised to an unknown and so far unascertained degree," Judge David Williams said in his ruling.
Dr Nicola McCleary, who led the study at the University of Edinburgh's Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research, said: "Asthma and allergy symptoms are often affected by life events such as puberty and menopause, but the reasons behind this are unclear
Dyson said it was "surprised" by the results, noting that it was "unclear
on the methodology employed".
The 15-year-old girl was airlifted to the hospital but her condition remained unclear
The reason behind her decision to commit suicide is unclear
Details of how the car managed to land the way it did are unclear
, but the house sits close to a dangerous bend and below the level of the road.
CFOs at the smallest companies (20-49 employees) are more likely than their peers at the largest organizations (1,000 or more employees) to fault unclear
performance expectations and personality conflicts.
For the same domain, an unclear
risk of bias was found in 53% of the studies (n = 20).
ES showed unclear
effect in all variables either in basal or postexercise values during intervention.
We judged each item using three levels ("Yes" means low risk of bias, "No" means high risk of bias, and "Unclear
" means other biases); see Table 2.
Thus, the optimal surface topography for a dental implant remains unclear
Summary: A migrant domestic worker died after setting herself alight in a Mount Lebanon town in unclear
circumstances Monday, state media reported.