By comparison with [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], at least, the sensitive part is indeed alterable
But regardless of the label, it speaks to the importance of approaching time-critical projects with an attitude that "building Rome in a day" is possible-at least figuratively-if circumstances are alterable
Once they have been completed for a given accounting period, these documents must not be alterable
He draws attention to the distinction between formal and informal rules made by Douglass North; the former are more readily alterable
than the latter.
Additionally, it was suggested that if RA is alterable
, research could be conducted to explore and develop therapeutic interventions specifically fashioned for religious populations, which could improve the efficacy of its treatment with schizophrenic or schizotypal individuals.
In fact, the patient may have been providing a tumor-coddling milieu--one that is alterable
In What's Wrong with the World (1910), Chesterton claimed that the popular aversion to evolutionism perceived the threat that such an intellectual shift entailed: "when one begins to think of man as a shifting and alterable
thing, it is always easy for the strong and crafty to twist him into new shapes for all kinds of unnatural purposes" (What's Wrong 259).
Considering that it only has relevance to humans, it would appear to be a purely anthropocentric notion, a construction that, if alterable
by the mind, must spring from the mind.
In addition to the serious practical and legal implications of poorly designed and executed FBA procedures, our nation is losing a critical mass of educators due to behavioral issues in the classroom within a potentially alterable
The assumption that effects are reached by changes in mediators presupposes that the mediator actually is alterable
Patent Office address a lighting device comprised of an array of LEDs that operate in spot-light and flood-light modes of illumination, or in a spot-light/flood-light combined mode, with alterable
intensity levels, controlled by an electrical power system and electrical sensor operation.
Although both models involve a focus on instructional and alterable
variables, as exemplified by the problem-solving orientation principle, the protocols differ in what type of intervention is indicated for students who make less than adequate progress.
The digital images needed to be alterable
so that missing information (such as signatures, dates, or notes) could be added to complete the record.
the signature is not alterable
, because any alteration of the content of the document results in the fact that the signature cannot be validated with the public key of the releaser;
1) Our experience of using objects is situated in an elusive, subliminal, fluid and alterable
territory that evades precise definition or classification.