Employees tend to react negatively if they are told to make a change, but this ruling makes it clear that if there is a dress code policy which stresses that neatness
is paramount, then bosses should be able to enforce the code providing that is objectively justifiable.
My courtesy to superior officers, neatness
of dress and care of equipment shall set the example for others to follow.
and skill are all required for drawing with sand vocation, but what moreC* is 'spirit' Khaldoun concluded.
A pair of sharp shears is the best tool for neatness
The package design encompasses all CHP components within an acoustic enclosure thereby providing very low noise output (68 dB(A) @ 7 M) in plant room environments together with neatness
of design and ease of access.
I have been marking CSE (now GSCE) coursework since its conception, and while the 'wizardry', neatness
and 'target-hitting' have all shown a yearly improvement, in my eyes, the initiative and inspiration developed during individual exploration of pupils' immediate environment has been stifled by the constraints of group work, safety and topic-setting.
she has accepted her shining spirit and soul and now places less of her "self-worth" on such things as a need to be right, or for order or neatness
True stories and case histories survey these benefits, challenging conventional wisdom about organization, neatness
and consistency and using examples from business, the war on terrorism, and daily life alike.
Readers breathe a sigh of relief when things work out for her in the end, even if the neatness
of the ending may stretch credibility somewhat.
The flat or 3-D artwork will be judged on creativity, neatness
, originality and focus on subject.
With Adobe Acrobat 3D, I get all of that stuff plus the neatness
of doing all the 3D stuff," says John MacKrell, senior consultant at CIM Data, Inc.
Szasz's debating partners include psychiatrists, psychologists, bioethicists, and legal scholars, most of whom seem to have reservations about psychiatry's tendency to treat every facet of human behavior--happiness and sadness, energy and lethargy, neatness
and sloppiness, shyness and boldness, inattentiveness and obsessiveness, thievery and honesty, promiscuity and celibacy, thinness and fatness--as a symptom of mental illness.
Florence Nightingale founded her pioneering school of nursing in the hospital, with its then novel attitude to neatness
and cleanliness, attitudes now having to be relearned in the wake of MRSA and other cross-infections (additional hand-washing facilities are being installed).
She says: 'Colour is a significant indicator of personality but a need to co-ordinate can give away a person's sense for order and neatness
While it won't secure passage to the winner's circle, for plain neatness
it can't be beat.