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Frequently AskedQuestions (FAQs) and instructions for installing FastGroup are given in Additional File 3.
In fact, the ITT principle originally aims to answerquestion (ii) with (b) type of dropouts, where no missing data would occur.
Additional material was not requested, since this would have posed an undue burden on the clinical site staff and would have risked raisingquestions about emerging differences among treatment groups.
We asked the followingquestions: 1) are the immuno-labeled structures within the nucleus or just closely associated; 2) is the phosphoepitope labeled by SMI-31 and RT-97 mABs specific to NFs or can it be identified on other IFs in other cell types; and 3) is there a relationship between the cell cycle as determined by DNA synthesis and the amount of nuclear labeling by SMI-31 and RT-97?
The Tony Mauro/Kevin Johnson effort reviews such basics as that the lawyers of those summoned have to wait outside and that grand jurors can posequestions.
There is the burningquestion: Did the West Nile virus originate in Israel?
Finally, an NYT op-ed by Maureen Dowd asks the Lewinsky-relatedquestion that has caused much concern here at TP : what kind of person asks her mother to keep a semen-stained dress for her?
The outcome of hypnotherapy was determined by patients' answers to open-endedquestions posed orally by the pulmonologist, regarding their subjective evaluation of the efficacy of their use of hypnosis.
So what does it say about the First Lady that for this article she not only declined to be interviewed but even declined to answer writtenquestions?
In their analysis using the scan statistic, the NYSDOH is addressingquestions regarding cancer incidence in all of New York State, against the implicit assumption that risk is uniform across the entire state.
Jones claims, and Blackard confirms, that both noticed Clinton staring intently at Jones while fieldingquestions from television reporters.
Using a simple form of artificial intelligence, the computer selectsquestions tailored to the test-taker, shortens the test, and displays results instantly.
The remainingquestions on specific sexual practices were contingent on the respondent answering "yes" to the first question: there were insufficient data to address the role of these behaviors.
And he was at it once again tonight, when in response to repeatedquestions from Brian Williams of NBC, he refused to criticize the flying of the Confederate flag over the state capitol in Columbia, S.C.
One section, called "Handling Showalter," suggestsquestions for sufferers to ask the author when she swings by their local bookshop, such as: "Is Elaine projecting?
The number of times a particular product or person or job activity is cited in response to your elicitingquestion is a useful insight in itself and may help when you want to compare different groups of people.
QIOs found that it was imperative to have an MDS expert (e.g., an MDS consultant or the state RAI coordinator) participate in the training sessions to clarifyquestions about appropriate coding for some of the MDS items, as there is tremendous variation in how nursing home staff code the MDS for the same MDS items.
Second, challengingquestions is a healthy way to hold the press accountable.
In addition to lingeringquestions concerning variability due to specific experimental procedures, there are other possible sources of variability that have not yet been investigated, specifically tissue heterogeneity and inter-individual variation.
This Life Guide Bible Study in the new revised format featuresquestions for starting group discussions and for meeting God in personal reflection, as well as a "Now or Later" section in each study.
The National Library of New Zealand welcomesquestions and comments about the Papers Past website.
This study is among the first reported in which community advocates took part in all aspects of the research process, from formulatingquestions of interest and questionnaire design to monitoring progress of subject recruitment and data analysis and interpretation at regular meetings.
An inquiry under the law of negligence would involve looking at: the existence of a duty of care (which involvesquestions of proximity and public policy), causation, remoteness of damage, contributory negligence and the negligence of third parties.
Oh sure, according to the NYT , they have been so hounded by reporters that to avoidquestions they've had to stay inside their beach hotels, but they've been provided with security guards to protect them from people whose lives they've ruined, and the Post says there are reports the government's given them each $10,000 expense accounts for the trip.
(Sendquestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.)
The investment statement with the least number of pages devoted to answering the requiredquestions, devoted only 28% of its pages to these questions.
On the calf coversquestion.
Clicking "John McCain on the Issues" takes you not to his position papers (which requires a further click) but to the "McCain Poll," which invites you to weigh in on a riggedquestion.
These approaches continued to build comprehension and confidence, focused students on organizing their responses utilizing their fund of knowledge, promoted thinking and simulatedquestion and answer sessions at programs.
In constructingquestions and tasks teachers can draw on the following table of useful key words, which can assist in constructing questions that encourage the development of conceptual frameworks of understanding.
Then he launches into a tirade about the arrogance and ignorance of the "Chatroom Poseur" based on a single e-mail he receivedquestioning his honesty as a journalist-columnist.
Level A questions will include a range of problem solvingquestions.
One pressingquestion: Who would be first lady?
The hitchhikers she gathers are pitiful in their recognisable ordinariness, and they are drawn to their fate, or escape, depending on their responses to her carefully plannedquestions.
Usually the parties are allowed some involvement in this, by way of counsel for the parties providingquestions to the Authority member to put to the witnesses.
While we're at it, why not outlaw all words and expressions we've purloined over the years from specialized fields--such as melancholy, hectic, chronic , and allergic (medicine); leadingquestion , time is of the essence (law); by and large, high and dry, slush fund, round robin, aloof (sailing); ego, extrovert, complex, phobia, psyche, depression, trauma, subconscious (same place as empathy); and many more of what Fowler called popularized technicalities.
While framingquestions in a way to draw out interesting or informative answers is important, as your article "" points out, it's still the answer that matters.
At the same time, you lower the level of political discourse in Slate to that of the National Enquirer , building on harmful hearsay while generally ignoringquestions about the partisan motives and support behind Starr's seemingly interminable investigations.
Hardy in his book, "Countdown" offers some very thought-provokingquestions about the resurrection: 55195
Given diverse evidence of recombination hotspots in humans, a much discussedquestion is whether recombination hotspots play a large role in the formation of the pattern of haplotype blocks (Wang et al.
With increasingquestions from throughout NZ asking about MTBO and how to set it up, trans-Tasman competition starting to happen and a world championship in Australia in 2004, we think it is time to have an MTBO emailing list.
Clinton's chief Secret Service bodyguard, Larry Cockell, has been relieved of duty while he facesquestioning.
Frank noted, that if council members directquestions directly to him, he will respond or refer to Debbie to respond.
Since the early 1980s, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has collaborated with states to developquestions that would reveal adults' knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to health issues.
As we filed into the Map Room, familiar from the White House coffee videos, we were told that she would entertainquestions that didn't have to do with the millennium toward the end of the hour.
In this section of our website, we postquestions and feedback emailed to us from clients, and our replies.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Henry Hyde appeared on Face the Nation (CBS), Late Edition (CNN), and This Week With Sam and Cokie (ABC) to advance the cause of impeachment--by fielding and deflectingquestions about how his committee would entertain such proceedings against the president.
The second questionasks what is the phase of the rhythm within each cycle (or within a cycle on average)?
Nonetheless, the questionregarding the optimal size and composition requirement of this loop for efficient dimerization remains unanswered.
Plant height and development Given the significant differences in the flowering time between most bmr lines and their wild-type counterparts, the questionarises what the origin of these differences is.
Given that doxazosin is not as effective as chlorthalidone in reducing the cardiovascular complications of hypertension, several questionsremain.
This work presents our preliminary research results for the two questionsraised above.
The initial interview that included questionsrelated to the selection process and perceived impacts of the IT lasted approximately 15-25 minutes.
All tasks performed or questionsanswered by each student were scored dichotomously as correct (1) or left blank (0) on the checklists.
With this approach, all lay health advisor candidates were able to comfortably address questionsposed to them during Witness Project program presentations.
In addition to lingering questionsconcerning variability due to specific experimental procedures, there are other possible sources of variability that have not yet been investigated, specifically tissue heterogeneity and inter-individual variation.
They also all mention that Clinton has not yet replied to the 81 questionssubmitted to him by Judiciary chairman Hyde, pleading lack of time given the Iraq crisis, but it's the WP that mentions in this connection that Clinton played golf on Monday.
This validation exercise further illustrates the ability of large, simple trials to answer important public health questionsrequiring large sample sizes and to grapple with unexpected results in a responsible and meaningful manner.
Each successive questionseems to echo the ones forming in our minds.
Clearly, validation of results will be even more critical in cross-species microarray experiments because of questionssurrounding cross-hybridisation of related genes under conditions of reduced stringency.
However observational studies have a role particularly when investigating secondary questionsinvolving the effect of age to begin screening, interval between screenings, or small changes in the screening modality.
Well, answer a few small, insignificant questionslisted below, and give yourselves and your Storytellers a sneak peak into the dark, unholy depths to which you find yourselves descending into every 2nd Sunday night.
The answer to this questionlies partly in the universal and ubiquitous nature of failed accounting systems and partly in what is still a relatively munificent and forgiving environment.
(Questionleft unanswered: how many cents is it now?)
The facilitator posed questionsbased on the flow diagram illustrated in Figure 1.
The questioncalled for a photo caption, not a headline.
INVESTMENT MARKETS The big questionfacing investors is whether the year 2002 will see equity markets bounce back after what is now almost a two year losing streak.
- -Speaking of Hef's Harem Dear Speak, To borrow a technique of our president, the answer to your questiondepends on what the meaning of "situation" is.
The questionaddressed in the present study is: what is the distribution of oxidative activity and pH changes in the lysosome when cells are stimulated with PMA.
George Will's Double Standard In January 1988, when Jesse Jackson appeared on ABC's This Week , George Will asked him a series of questionsdesigned to expose Jackson's deception and ignorance.
(Tables 3and 4) For example, of the 7 questionsrated highest with a median of 5 by the THA group, there was at least one patient (total of 11 patients) for 6 of the 7 questions that rated it a 2 or less.
On possible financial links, see FBI report, "Hijackers Timeline," Nov. 14, 2003 (citing 265A-NY-280350-302, serial 59279); FBI electronic communication, Information and questionsre Salmi interview, June 9, 2004; FBI report of investigation, interview of Salmi, June 17, 2004.
From January 1995 through December 1996, a module of questionsadapted from research conducted by Albert Wu and colleagues [ 23 ] was added to study the levels of self-reported HRQOL.
Typically, this sort of questionleads to the measurement of a phase response curve (PRC).
Additionally, maintaining mandatory questionshelps to compare trends of answers for your product and/or service.
Randy's Wrap-Up This questiongenerated, by far, a record number of "similarlies" all focused on Pat Buchanan's politics.
Slammed into his bedroom, ignoring the questionhanging grimly in the air.
Two related questionsemerge regarding these findings: how do these changes compare with previous reports for regulation of RP transcripts and what might be the functional consequences of these changes?
Working through a step by step process the program asks you a series of questionsseeking the data necessary for it then to complete the calculations.
Most exposure questionsreferred to the two-week period prior to the onset date for the case.
The fact that the International Court of Justice, the highest judicial agency of the UN, will be enlisted in the solution of the questionadds to the relevance of the theme.
Overall, for the THA group, 16% of all the questions answered (N = 30 questionsmultiplied by 29 THA patients) were 2 or more units different than the overall median for that question.
From now until mid-September, Time, Newsweek , the New York Times , and half the other magazines and newspapers in the country will participate in that odd journalistic ritual whereby critics abandon the skepticism we demand of them the rest of the year and emit hopeful bubbles of enthusiasm--a gush that turns to bile when the plays or movies or art shows in questionprove as disappointing as one sort of suspected they would be.
Future studies might prospectively examine variation in care management following this routine inquiry coupled with follow-up questions such as "Has asking this questionchanged your opinion about whether the patient might dying?"
The narrator dispels any suspicions of a George Bush revival by telling us that the man in questionchallenged Bush in his second bid for the presidency, and himself ran "twice ... for the highest office in the land."
Survey questionsaimed at exploring how useful the LSTAT was in managing critical events revealed that all of the participating clinicians were able to properly manage the simulated patients and 27 reported that they were able to detect critical changes in vital signs in a timely manner.
If you feel the proliferation of such questionspromotes Balkanization, the decision now gives you a legal way to fight back: Just check them all .
Perhaps now that the Clintons have managed to get the tables turned by using the very press that acted like piranhas in getting the story and displaying it on our TV screens for months and even hours, Starr should exercise some of the Bill Clinton "dumb" defense and reply to the questionsproposed by Brill with the wisdom of "It depends on how you define 'leak' "?
Some answers to questions previously posed to her will be posted here in the next few weeks, but she will be unable to answer any questionsreceived after this date.
The document in questionappears to consist of notes taken by a defense attorney during an interview with McVeigh in prison.
- -Prudie, euphemistically Dear Prudence, I am overly stressed by finals, and the questionhaunts me: When will the insanity stop?
The questionbegged by Stewart's story is: Isn't it time for some pro-227 parents to sue to get that law enforced?
Randy's Wrap-Up I'm a little uncomfortable with the way the questioninvites a sense of cultural superiority.
The questionmark “nose” is actually the Nepali numeral one, meaning the only way to enlightenment is by following the rules of conduct laid down by the Buddha.