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Unclearly, the present study is unexpected the relationship between inflammatory factors and serum RBP4 because serum RBP4 is found to be reduced in many clinical setting associated with inflammation (Baeten et al.
First, participants reported that the role of the CP was often loosely defined or unclearly communicated: second, participants wanted more supervision and training regarding their job, including the issues of self-care and professional/personal boundaries; and third, participants identified poor salaries and lack of an obvious path for professional development as problematic (Chinman et al.
He is unable to keep his eyes focused and he has speech difficulties - he either speaks slowly or unclearly.
After taking viewers through a selection of clearly and unclearly labelled products, Oliver tells consumers to "look for the Union Jack and if it's not there, complain, whinge, complain".
Though this body of work has expanded to vast proportions, some common themes visible include the complaint that the government sector suffers from unclearly defined objectives, inefficient and ineffective policy implementation processes and is excessive in size relative to its economic setting.
For areas with maximum content of molybdenum an unclearly pronounced columnar structure with prevailing content of molybdenum (light field) and increased content of copper (dark field) is characteristic (Figure 5).
We tried to "transform" one corner of the world, while advocating something unclearly labeled "democracy," and have reaped the whirlwind.
The Seventh Circuit took a strict view of the substantial compliance doctrine: "[T]he 'doctrine of substantial compliance should not be allowed to spread beyond cases in which the taxpayer had a good excuse (though not a legal justification) for failing to comply with either an unimportant requirement or one unclearly or confusingly stated in the regulations or the statute'" (quoting Prussner, 896 F2d 218, 224 (7th Cir.
Studies assessing social competence in children with brain tumors suggest deficits in all of these areas, although oftentimes unclearly delineated (Fuemmeler et al.
150 AD), who contrasted with Plutarch by separating Aristotle's and Stoic doctrines from those of Plato and Academic skepticism, and insisting that "all true philosophy originated with Pythagoras," which Plato supposedly transmitted unclearly, thus giving rise to Academic skepticism (pp.
In comparison, however, with earlier works, such as ones by Raymond Williams and Burton Pike, (1) this one is likely to prove rather taxing for historians who are unaccustomed to reading literary criticism, and even if one takes it as a given that the author is doing cultural rather than social history it leaves major questions unclearly answered.
Perhaps the most interesting and pertinent topics concerning Mary that the Protoevengelium discusses directly are those which, if addressed at all, are presented unclearly and inconsistently within the canonical texts.
In response to these cases, the courts have repeatedly found that because the broadcast spectrum is a scarce and public resource, Congress, and by extension the FCC, has the right to require broadcasters to serve some often unclearly defined public interest function.
Thus, heuristics appeared (heuriskein in Greek, ars inveniendi in Latin)--a science with an unclearly defined area, but whose goal was to discover means of finding out new and better solutions as compared to the already existing ones (Verone, 1983).