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David Thomas, 51, described as joint owner of Cwm Bowydd Farm, was found guilty of unnecessary suffering to a badger by causing it to fight with dogs, causing unnecessary suffering to two foxes by keeping them caged close to dogs causing the foxes to be terrified, and other animal welfare allegations.
He said the bill would help discourage unnecessary adjournments and false and frivolous cases.
The majority of RNs (55%) believe the MD or APRN is in the best position to address unnecessary tests and procedures.
uk/yourfreedom in the online consultation process would be taken into account in the drafting of a Freedom Bill to be published this autumn with the aim of rolling back unnecessary regulation.
Relocates to PGI, procedures for defining the geographical area to be covered by mortuary services contracts and procedures for distribution of those contracts; deletes a contract clause containing facility requirements for mortuary services, as these requirements are adequately addressed in state law; and deletes unnecessary requirements relating to contracting for laundry and dry cleaning services.
They then hired recruiters to fan out across the state and pay patients with Medicare benefits to come to the clinics and submit to unnecessary medical procedures.
After the day-long trial, the magistrates stated the prosecution had failed to prove that Hall had intended to inflict unnecessary suffering on Spot, and ensure he received the necessary veterinary treatment.
The likelihood that a cesarean delivery may have been unnecessary also varied by a number of other maternal characteristics, as well as by some hospital characteristics; for a number of factors, associations with primary procedures were in the opposite direction of those for repeat cesareans.
In essence, it would relieve a substantial unnecessary regulatory burden on CPAs, and especially on sole practitioners and small firms.
The statement also notes the problem of unpublished research, which is being addressed by requiring companies to register human trials (so that future researchers will not expose volunteers to unnecessary risks because they did not know that the previous studies had been done).
Of those surveyed, 83% agreed that comments by political leaders about youth crime had instilled an unnecessary fear of young people in the public.
T's amended return renders unnecessary a notice of the amount and the basis for the additional tax reported on the amended return before the termination of the notification period.
A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph no unnecessary sentences, for the same reason that a drawing should have no unnecessary lines and a machine no unnecessary parts.
Migrating unnecessary data sets: An easy way to reduce CPU usage is to reduce or eliminate unnecessary HSM activity that is caused by ineffective management class policies or application JCL.
Alperovitz told The New York Times in 1995, "I think it can be proven that the bomb was not only unnecessary but known in advance not to be necessary.