)/54, where the questionmark represents the unknown number of responders among the 24 (d)withdrawals counted in the denominator.
July 30, 1999 Dear Name: QuestionWhat do you get in 987,165 hours with 291people in 15 locations?
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Mr. South I know you worked for the US Government in Iran and Nicaragua and now help our Brave Soldiers by questioningpeople in Kabul, Guantanamo and Baghdad.
Return to FAQ questionslist Does the 'land of the long white cloud' mean that New Zealand is always covered in cloud?
The guidelines are available from the Ministry of Justice, or from the questionssection of the Ministry's website, at www.justice.govt.nz.
But to get back to your questionyesterday about Ron Perelman (and the Ron Perelmans of the world), why is it that men (sorry, Kurt) are so obtuse about this?
An intriguing questionconcerns to the mechanism by which selection and tolerance to self-components is mediated in developing lymphocytes.
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And here's an interesting questiontoday's newspaper accounts don't address: Why would there be a commando raid to kill American defectors instead of bringing them back to be court-martialed?
I used a variety of questioningtechniques.
Answer: Because at a young age he was traumatised by a pig Question# 5: Why are Rowena and Alana so friendly towards each other?
9am-12noon 10 May Employment Relations Learn the answers to so many questionsemployees and employers want to know.
question is that it's not a questionanyone would ask about corporate CEOs.
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Throughout the study he questionswho has control of the interpretation.
Questioningskills were emphasized to promote thinking, focus on information, organize responses and build comprehension.
That's the questionpundits have naively debated since Clinton was impeached.
So let us ask the meta-questionQ': Q': Is there an answer to question Q?
The tests became increasingly more difficult such that the final tests encompassed all of the information covered in a particular flash card or questionformat training module.
The questionmen of draft age faced after Pearl Harbor was whether they would serve their country in an unambiguously good cause.
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The Village People A coffee bar full of Gotham's hippest logicians couldn't construct a better example of the begging-the-questionfallacy than Anne Hollander's lead to "Black Was Beautiful."
Doctors questionclaims that it aids memory in healthy people.
The officer had identified himself as a warranted officer of DOC, engaged in monitoring fishing activities, and had asked the angler questionsface-to-face.
"Ask your next fucking questionfatso.
My saving was my love of reading, and my parents' habit of examining and questioningeverything, an attitude they passed on to me.
For those with managed care coverage, questioncharges exceeding your co-pay amount that you are asked to pay by a provider.
"The questioneveryone asks when contacting us," says Linda Cooper, Tatum Park host, "always begins with, 'Can you do...?'
This booklet is designed to answer immediate questionsemployers may have about how to work with the Act from 2 October 2000.
How about letting a judge decide the questioncase by case, suggests Evan Thomas ( Inside Washington ).
The plaintive questionechoes in the moist, warm air of the jungle.
The questionborders on the ridiculous, for it assumes the subject would have knowledge of the status of a memory during a period when that memory by the subject's own admission never came into consciousness.
When asked whether the United States should oppose loans to Russia because of the war, Berger replies, "It's a premature question… because the predicate question is whether they get the economic reforms in order," at which point "we'll have to look at what's in our national interest."
Many denominations today still operate under this spirit of control including the persecution of those who questiondoctrines like the trinity.
UnitedHealth Group, which covers 14.5 million people, will stop questioningdoctors' decisions before treatment is given.
Quang Phuc Dong's English Sentences Without Overt Grammatical Subject looks at the oft-questionedbasis of fuck you!, whilst Munç Wang's Copulative Sentences in English: A Germanic Language Spoken in Northern Delaware studies the grammaticality (in the author's idiolect) of such sentences as Micky fucked Michelle's cadaver in the ass (grammatical), Bret fucked the mannikin through the hole he drilled in its throat (of questionable grammaticality), and Fred fucked the log through a hole that squirrels had made (ungrammatical).
UK TeX FAQ -- questionlabel ftncapt Footnotes in captions Footnotes in captions are especially tricky: they present problems of their own, on top of the problems one experiences with footnotes in section titles and with footnotes in tables.
Methods Generation of questionitems for survey instrument We assembled an initial list of questions that might be important to patients having joint replacement surgery through informal discussions between the lead author and 2 patients scheduled to have THA, 2 patients scheduled to have TKA, 2 health care researchers, and 2 orthopaedic surgeons.
The very first question, about speakers of AAVE (African-American Vernacular English, the scholarly term for the dialect popularly referred to as "ebonics") being unable to do math because their language can't handle it, is tied into the biggest questionslinguists face.
Thus, as in the Israeli data, only a very small shift in the distribution of type-specific anti-polysaccharide antibody concentration is observed during the second year of life, yet incidence of invasive disease from the serotypes in questiondeclines substantially.
Although a number of epidemiological studies have produced fairly consistent results, none of these investigations has been specifically designed to address this researchquestion.
Survey instrument The questionnaire (see Additional File 2) consisted of 17 multiple-choicequestions, mostly about respondents' attitudes and projected behavior regarding smallpox and smallpox vaccination, knowledge and topics of concern, and self-assessed health history relative to smallpox vaccination (previous vaccination, contraindications).
Within the framework of possible responses to the structured discussionquestions and based on our a priori theoretical understanding of the issues, we first defined four categories: why or why not surprised, management changes, and barriers to management changes.
The paper is struck by how far Gates' behavior is from "the usual cautious demeanor of business leaders visiting Washington," and finds him "roaring with indignation and disdain for those whoquestion his business practices."
Since the trend is for more Internet based education, we wanted to know whatquestions to address on our web site to provide better individualized information to patients before surgery.
Variation in skill scores may be also due to inherent differences in the degree of difficulty of examquestions.
Indeed, even a rough cut might be sufficient to answer important policyquestions (e.g., "we are pretty sure that there are more than fifty million cases per year, which means this is a bigger problem than most people think").
Time 's cover storyquestions the intent of the movement's leaders.
And the fact that TV viewers would rather spend prime time watching a not-so-great-looking guy answerquestions about the Great Lakes than watching gorgeous twentysomethings pretend to be teen-agers has to count for something.
Bauer says confidently and directly that W. should answer the cocainequestion and that as president he would pose a litmus test for judges on abortion.)
I will confess I began the book with the weary expectation that the SAT and the Educational Testing Service (ETS) would be attacked again, as they have been so often in the past--by Banesh Hoffman because of the ambiguity built into short-answer tests, by Ralph Nader and Allen Nairn because ETS tries to keep its testquestions private, and by many because of the common charge that all the tests do is to confirm the advantages of those from good schools and with educated parents.
Telephone survey The surveyquestions were developed based on the literature review and discussions with an expert panel.
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During the past 25 years, the objective structured clinical evaluation or examination (OSCE) has become an important method of assessing skills at all levels of medical training [ 5 6 ] , complementing traditional evaluations of knowledge that use written multiple choice questions and essayquestions.
The questions just raised are, in this context, the basic questions, or the first orderquestions.
That's a trickquestion, Gov.
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In this paper, we will focus on the important design issues underlying a meta-analysis: formulating the studyquestion, identification of research studies, collecting and evaluating information about these studies, and extracting results.
Brady says, "When I hear peoplequestion the president's character, I say, look what he's done ..."--cut to Clinton walking by himself, maybe even biting his lip-- "Look at the lives the Brady Bill will save."
An articlequestions CBS News' use of former Sen. Bill Bradley as a correspondent.
• Valuequestions have to do with the values of the variables surveyed, and how they are arranged in geographic space.
Dal Col called Buchanan's statements in his bookquestioning whether the United States should have entered World War II "outrageous."
Women who did not wish to participate in the full interview were asked to complete a brief telephone interview that included a subset of the full interviewquestions.
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(Samplequestion: Are more people injured by clothing or by razors?
The WP says that the professor moderating all this "was almost apologetic" when repeating non-softballquestions.
As a registered pedant, I cannot refrain from posing this political triviaquestion: Who was the original éminence grise on whom Shearer's word play is based?
Along the way, the editorial asks a fun taxquestion: "If a man in California buys a birthday present for his mother in Illinois from a company located in Georgia, in which state did the transaction take place?"
Ensure the room environment celebrate studentsquestions, their research and creative work in a way that both informs visitors and celebrate student creativity.
The LAT reefers the story but notes that healthquestions dogged the late Sen. Paul Tsongas' 1992 presidential campaign.
With such critics, we have the beginnings of an intelligible debate, for we have several reasonably distinct approaches to interventionquestions, and we can ask substantive questions about the strengths and weaknesses of each, and we can ask which should be used when or how they should be combined.
A couple of Shehhi's colleagues were obviously unused to travel; according to the United ticket agent, they had trouble understanding the standard securityquestions, and she had to go over them slowly until they gave the routine, reassuring answers.
Figure 1summarizes responses to each of the individual breast cancer screeningquestions.
The Foundation is disappointed to hear that the preliminary view of Statistics New Zealand is that smokingquestions will not be asked in the 2001 census.
Almost every editorquestioned says the crucial fact pushing disclosure was that the names were already out there, in the local paper and on the Internet.
They ask a lot more emailquestions than in the traditional classroom discussion.
Admittedly, I hold the minority view on the drugquestion--pro-drug but anti-legalization--but I'm convinced a lot of people must feel the way I do: Who'd want a 53-year-old president who'd never done a line?
Scandalquestions upstaged Gore's feel-good visit to New Hampshire, giving pundits hope that he may get a real fight in the 2000 primaries.
A NYT Week in Review piecequestions the wisdom of recent attempts to align the values of the military with the rest of society.
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The final part of the book, “Dominance and Difference in Women's Linguistic Behaviour,” examines how women actually use language, tackling such areas as gossip, “tag”questions, and conversational gambits.
Chicago's New Comiskey Park, which opened in 1991, attempted to address the characterquestion with a superficial postmodern facade that in some ways resembled the exterior of the golden-era park it replaced.
But I ask the businessquestion: Can you see any way that papers might change how they operate to better balance such behind-the-scenes professional competition with serving readers?
By asking a carefully crafted series of pattern analysisquestions it is possible to evaluate specific hypotheses regarding the geographic patterns of disease in human populations.
The new contestquestion: How much Turtle Wax comprises a year's supply of Turtle Wax?