Bush's less than overwhelming margin of victory in the mock election does not reflect current opinionpolls elsewhere: The NYT reports that Bush led a New Hampshire poll 40 percent to Sen. John McCain's 10 percent.
Op-Ed: The page in a newspaper where opinionpieces not written by the paper's editorial board appear.
Writing on the LAT opinionpage, contributing editor Robert Scheer makes the provocative argument that the quickest way to halt China's belligerence is to simply hand over all our nuclear warhead and ballistics secrets.
The opinionmafia agrees that the remaining mainstream candidates in the GOP race--Alexander, Quayle, and Dole--are in free-fall and must win big in next month's Iowa straw poll.
Physician formative involvement in the tool development began with the convening of a focus group of 12 peer-identified primary care physician OpinionLeaders.
The people at the Seattle conference are opinionmakers, many of them.
But an opinioncolumn by Sirma Evcan in the Turkish Daily News said that "[e]ven the strongest defender of the EU in Turkey cannot swallow the Luxembourg Summit communique which says nothing new, gives no hope.
Another recent report from within the industry draws on public opinionsurvey data to guide drug company marketers on the selection and ‘effective use’ of celebrity spokespersons .
In your opinionwhat are the elements that make the most intriguing or memorable photos?
Because the paper did not say that Ms. Will is also the wife of George Will, the Post opinioncolumnist.
The political opinionground is interesting perhaps for the recognition, in the Iran context, of the political nature of seemingly private acts of and harm to women.
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In my opiniongrowth is not the answer.
I think it behooves Slate, in its effort to take over the public-opinionindustry, to make a thorough effort to uncover the truth behind this unnatural connection.
So he launched what historian Marc Fumaroli, in his magisterial L'État Culturel, calls "a strategy of opinionintoxication."
Bonus opinionitem: On Sunday, Vice President Al Gore told viewers of ABC's This Week they could "rest assured" that Roe v. Wade would be safe in a Gore-appointed Supreme Court.
In the months ahead, you'll most likely find him in the pages of the opinionjournals or across the table from Charlie Rose, heaping scorn on the U.S. government, NATO, the United Nations and, of course, the left, whoever they are.
Will became opinionjournalism's enfant terrible , slashing the dearest liberal icons and pushing a hard-right foreign policy.
A number of opinionmafiosi suspect that--since Tripp testified and the Secret Service agents are testifying--we are in the "endgame" of the Clinton-Starr battle.
In responses to opinionpollsters the public had already long-since relegated the Alliance and Anderton to irrelevancy.
There is no doubt it plays a very important role in the whole governmental and public opinionprocess.
But it has always been my opinionrelationships do need some sort of physical contact to work and having a lover on the other side of the world, no matter what electronic devices you use, is always going to be hard work.
From 1989 to 1992, Rodger Gallagher led a project which implemented a new form of customer opinionresearch for Telecom New Zealand.
Some market research companies report customer opinionresults showing the attributes that are 'important'.
These included 43 about which he had formed a provisional opinion but which were settled subsequently and 575 which did not reach the provisional opinionstage, either because they were settled or because the complainant elected to take no further action.
The rules governing play were either not recorded or were lost, and over the years differences of opinionthereon arose.
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A wise student would carefully learn to use the proper terminology according to the professor's published opinion_ or else.
In my opinionwomen advisers show a greater empathy with their clients and are better at taking a holistic approach to finance and investing.
In an expert opinionarticle, Becker (1995) clearly described the effectiveness of chest pain centres using CK-MB sub-form assays that were able to detect myocardial infarctions with high sensitivity and specificity.
The NYT emphasizes that the incident may well have political, as well as real, fallout, noting that Japanese commentators are already predicting a strong public opinionbacklash against industry and the government, which was seen by many Japanese as responding to yesterday's events rather slowly.
In my opinionbullying occurs in all schools.
First, it is just as important to prevent a claim of persecution based on political opinion from masquerading as persecution based on social group, as it is to prevent a social group from masquerading as a political opinioncase.
Here's how it works: Publications that refuse to acknowledge (even if to refute the importance of) highly significant but inconvenient facts in their news or opinioncoverage of controversial events will score one point for the initial offense.
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Opinionevidence was also provided by a number of the declarants stating that use of the cream and green capsule for "fluoxetine hydrochloride" would be a risk that consumers would believe that the product to be supplied by the Applicant.
Who are the opinionformers and who does not take part in this important discussion?
The auditopinion will be available for the Council meeting at the end of the month.
Obituaries fulfilled his prediction that he would always be associated with his majorityopinion in Roe vs. Wade .
Focus group description Prior to conducting focus groups, issues related to access to prenatal care were identified from literature review and expertopinion.
The Post's reporting suggests that Indian motivations are not crystal clear, with one senior aide to Prime Minister Vajpayee quoted as saying that the tests were scheduled a month ago and were not intended as a rebuff to international criticism, while another stated, "The news of the day is: India defies worldopinion."
From 1989 to 1992, Rodger Gallagher led a project which implemented a new form of customeropinion research for Telecom New Zealand.
Slate columnist Paul Krugman cemented the consensusopinion that the known risk of lending the Koreans billions was far less scary than the unknown risk of doing nothing ( This Week ).
I do not accept that a clinician can cite his own minorityopinion that the intervention is clinically appropriate so as to establish that the intervention was not research and therefore did not need specific consent and ethical approval.
What is more, continues Gigot, the courtopinion given midweek--that Bruce Lindsey and Sidney Blumenthal are not protected from testifying--provides specific and independent confirmation that Starr has credible evidence.
"It is important that studentopinion is heard at this time.
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Yet the international conservation literature is beginning to abound with ecologistopinion that we cannot even come close to attaining protection for existing biological diversity, let alone sustain its protection if we focus our efforts on species.
Note to starving freelance writers: If you've been recruited to write op-edopinion pieces praising Microsoft, as part of the phony Microsoft "grass roots" PR campaign revealed in Friday's Los Angeles Times , don't consider the rent paid just yet!
"To challenge My truths with high flyingopinions is gross arrogance."
It imposed a teen-alcohol tax which the weight of non-governmentopinion suggests is unlikely to achieve its objective (unless that objective was in reality to raise the tax take).
75 points minimum out of 100 points) PROVIDED that it has (in the judgesopinion) acquitted itself sufficiently well to merit this award.
"Bret is the lawyer here but in my layopinion this is a clear breach of a number of laws, even though icannatlarge.org is unincorporated.
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The result was remarkable in that for around 20% of the price of the other 'upgrades' Slinkylinks provided the best result - and this is not just one listenersopinion... 117890
In La Repubblica of Rome, the columnist Bernardo Valli discussed the prevailing skepticism of American economists and mediaopinion toward the single European currency, the euro, citing Milton Friedman's prediction that it would fail and Martin Feldstein's (in Foreign Affairs ) that it could lead to bitter conflict in Europe.
The sample of membersopinion about the mailing lists was very small and another sample should perhaps be taken to canvas a broader view.
And, just like a game of chess, there are many strategy permutations possible, and of course, equally as many observeropinions on the outcome.
In a front-pageopinion piece Sunday titled "The Spectre of Vietnam," La Repubblica U.S. bureau chief Vittorio Zucconi wrote that despite the instinctive patriotic solidarity that would accompany the president into battle, "the United States isn't marching into war against Saddam; it is being dragged."
One personsopinion of balance may be different from someone else's or it may change as he becomes more familiar with the breed and the situation.
Physician formative involvement in the tool development began with the convening of a focus group of 12 peer-identified primary care physicianOpinion Leaders.
A combination of half-day workshops and questionnaires were used to gather practitioneropinions and beliefs about issues in the early stages of projects.
Within Britain, pressopinion was generally divided between rejection of military action against Iraq and support for it on condition that it resulted in the elimination of Saddam Hussein.
The weight of punditopinion may have tilted ever so slightly toward the "criticize" part of this elegant formula.
Rogersopinion that I could leave it as it was if I wanted.
This was despite the standard limited scopeopinion expressed by the auditor in relation to the prospective financial information contained in the prospectus.
New Zealand wide trustee network (surveys on trusteeopinion and information to trustees) 658327
It can also be used to experiment with ideas by highlighting a product prototype online and sampling visitoropinions.
As Edward Said put it in some 1994 lectures on the subject: Today's advertising or public relations expert ... would be considered an organic intellectual according to Gramsci, someone who in a democratic society tries to gain the consent of potential customers, win approval, marshal consumer or voteropinion.
His weekendopinion piece is full of factual inaccuracies.
In the writersopinion, it is very much a matter of whether the purchaser feels that they have enough equity to purchase a business, as well as the real estate from which it operates.
Bonusopinion item: On Sunday, Vice President Al Gore told viewers of ABC's This Week they could "rest assured" that Roe v. Wade would be safe in a Gore-appointed Supreme Court.
Businessopinion plays an important part in public debate.
It was at this meeting that Dr E stated that he had been requested only for a "cardiologyopinion" and was not managing Mr B's care.
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By not obtaining a Consultantopinion in this case both [Dr B] and [Dr D] open themselves to criticism.
The major pork producing countries began to take their consumersopinions seriously and began to investigate the claims that pork rarely lived up to consumer expectations in terms of eating quality consistency.
Be humble and brave enough to heed the prompting of the Holy Spirit, even if it is contrary to modern dayopinion or your own previously held ideas.