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The Hospital also advised that it had followed the other recommendation in my provisionalopinion and now required staff who make entries in the progress notes to record their designation.
Furthermore, Gruss released a legalopinion in March that advised how an ERC need not be an executive agency of the Commission, as many scientists had feared it would have to be under the terms of the EU Treaty, but could be established as an independent and autonomous body.
"This is very dangerous--I cannot stand against the whole weight of popularopinion."
And while the soundness of expertopinion from journalists such as Fairley or Jane Bryant Quinn or Andrew Tobias is easy to overestimate, surely some training or experience is necessary before you start telling people what to do with their money.
A related piece forecasts scary "new terrorism," including biological or poison gas attacks within the United States and "cyber-attacks" that could crash the world's financial and communications systems ... A piece laments the "woes" of Madeleine Albright, whoseopinions on Iraq, Israel, and even her pet eastern Europe are ignored by Congress, the White House, and other policymakers.
We came into this process with strongopinions about what would work.
Our audit was completed on 23 August 2002 and our unqualifiedopinion is expressed as at that date.
All that is being proposed now is that Archives New Zealand should have the option of doing whatever professionalopinion finally decides is best - taking non custodial approaches to electronic records if that turns out to be the right thing to do.
If you haven't stayed previously and haven't met someone who has, here are a few independentopinions from Guide Books who write what they want - and customer satisfaction ratings from the BBH Backpacker network.
Both Times explain that the new California HMO laws mandate plan coverage of such previously uncovered areas as cancer screening, give Californians the right to sue their health plans, to obtain second medicalopinions, and to appeal treatment funding decisions to an independent review board--in short the key features now being debated by Congress in its attempts to arrive at a patients' bill of rights.
I told him that, in my humbleopinion, the advent of voice mail and the disappearance of live operators meant longer waits on the telephone for help.
Needless to say, the "inflationists" were dismissed by mainstreamopinion.
The working group is of the firmopinion that ISOCNZ should alter its policy to remove the registration function from the registry.
Dear Prudie, Please hold the morality lecture and give me an unbiasedopinion and your best advice.
If he wants to put his non-disclosure on a firm legal footing, Exley could ask the FEC for an advisoryopinion to that effect--something the FEC has to rule on within six weeks instead of several years.
It is not a case of choosing those which, to the best of one's judgement, are really the prettiest, nor even those which averageopinion thinks the prettiest.
The Commissioner also sends copies of the finalopinion to relevant professional groups or organisations so that they know about the Commissioner's decision and can tell their members about it.
This is a very reasonableopinion, as [Mrs B's] presentation with abdominal pain and unwell appearance raises this concern.
The Independent Business Foundation, a coalition in its own right of collectiveopinion, put forward recommendations that drew on successful Australian role models.
It has been found that it is most important to be completely open-minded in the review and to have formed no preconceivedopinions as to the methods used or results obtained.
As I stated in my originalopinion the question of medical error hinges around the timing and urgency of cardiac catheterisation.
The Council, having considered the matter and after receiving advice from the Vice-Chancellor Employment Committee, is of the clearopinion and so resolves, that the circumstances do not reveal: Any action by the Vice-Chancellor which failed to protect, 213860
Which, if Culturebox was illustrating a point, rather than manufacturing a conceit, was it: that these two extreme of contrarian criticalopinion--Maslin's brittle cheerfulness and Siegel's apocalyptic dourness--have somehow brought their holders to the same lonely place.
Likewise, in a CNN poll, 57 percent express a negativeopinion of him as a person (only 35 percent express a positive opinion), 59 percent say he has diminished the presidency's stature, and 54 percent say he would "commit adultery if he knew he could get away with it."
The curriculum mostly consists of long appellateopinions from which they are supposed to derive legal principles on the needle-in-a-haystack principle.
Molly Gibson is fairly mild in behaviour most of the time, but possesses definiteopinions, which the reader is party to.
In April 2000 [Dr E] arranged another psychiatricopinion and [Mrs B] declined this.
" The conservative Paris newspaper Le Figaro, under the headline "Britain Goes to War," reported Britishopinion polls showing a majority of 56 percent in favor of bombing Iraq.
Editorialopinion almost everywhere continued to be dominated by two hopes: 1) that the American president, whatever his mistakes, should complete his term of office and 2) that the crisis should be rapidly resolved.
(Gore--wearing a dark blue blazer rather than his trademark "earth tones"--calls Russert's notion "eliteopinion" and then reasserts his commitment to the working man.)
Like Kennedy, however, Weed uses the occasion to vent some controversialopinions about his relatives.
So strongly, moreover, do I cling to this heretical belief, that when one of my colleagues suggested I write a column attacking the district's tax remission on well-accepted economic grounds, I objected (devotion to a free and fair airing of contraryopinions be damned).
And, of course, it is remarkable to learn that George W. has actualopinions on any subject, let alone strong and controversial ones.
Quentin Tarantino's first film since Pulp Fiction reinforces reviewers' mixedopinion of him as clever but self-indulgent.
It is unfortunate, therefore, that we were tricked into publishing the highly biasedopinions of Mr. Cramer, a man of no discernible qualifications whatsoever--beyond extensive experience in both business and journalism, a brilliant track record on Wall Street, and a lively writing style, that is.
Love 's Labor's Lost Scholarly opinionismixed on Shakespeare in Love .
Opinionwasvaried about the merits of Clinton's performance.
With one exception, and fortunately for toby his name is the Fyfeopedia and his opinionisinfallible.
We have here a delightfully constructed catch-22: if you don't study your grammar you're uneducated; if you do, you've been exposed to a proper education by your kindly school system; but when you use one of your grammar book's dreadfully improper constructions as a model, you place yourself in the class of the obviously simple-minded, whose opinionsareirrelevant.
You can still talk to your friends but sometimes their opinionisjudgemental and not always the best advice for you.
If the assertion of an opinionbecorrect, it is certainly different from its rejection:--neither can there be any dispute about that.
All is absolute; all qualities are of the absolute; all qualities are absolute; all is quality; opinionisqualitative; all qualitative things are a matter of opinion; opinion is a matter of belief and will; all qualities are integrally related.
But should people with such strident opinionsberesponsible for a panel on racial reconciliation?
Today, Rehnquist's opinionsareskeletal: Scholars complain that his reasoning is almost nonexistent.
Laurence Urdang The Logophile's Orgy If one is to acknowledge that it is unfair to express personal prejudice in reviewing books, then the entire reviewing process might as well be rejected as pointless: a critic's opinionsarevalid only when he has gained a following among readers who agree with--or, at least, respect--his point of view.
Sometimes in textbooks for children and beginners such es are marked in Russian with two dots over them; they are sometimes transliterated into English as os , so that occasionally you will see the spelling Gorbachov , which in my opinionispreferable.
"To challenge My truths with high flying opinionsisgross arrogance."
We are committed to producing opinionsthatarecompatible with all standard political labels and work equally well for Democrats and Republicans.
Dr E said that Mrs A was not aware of Dr G at the public hospital when he spoke to her following her consultation with Dr B and that he advised her that Dr G was able to provide a second opinionthatwasequallyvaluable.