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Administrative Justice (1969)
Advocacy and Change in a Government Agency by Philippe Nonet
Almost never is an inquiry made to check on the relative plausibility of each side's allegations; only in the minority of cases in which the worker has not been represented by counsel will some caution be exercised in reviewing the record.
Saving America (2011)
Using Democratic Capitalism to Rescue the Nation from Economic Folly by Thomas Bonsell
There almost never is a mention to get some assistance from the very people who benefited immensely from the Reagan-Bush raid on the United States Treasury; the millionaires and billionaires who spent three decades loading up on ...
Exams FC0-U41, FC0-U11, and FC0-U21 by Andrew Smith, Faithe Wempen
In a notebook PC, there almost never is an open bay. If you don't have an open bay, ...
Police Power and Race Riots (2014)
Urban Unrest in Paris and New York by Cathy Lisa Schneider
The term ''immigrant'' almost never refers to actual immigrants from Europe, the United States, Australia, or New Zealand. One-quarter of Frenchmen have at least one immigrant grandparent, and yet they are considered to be fully French.
Taming the Megalopolis (2013)
A Design for Urban Growth by Lauchlin Currie
Almost never is an urbanized area converted into a park or playing field. A city can “afford” an existing park; it cannot “afford” a new one. Even the existence of such parks and playgrounds as there are may be the result of historical accident ...
Brain Injury Medicine (2006)
Principles and Practice by Douglas I Katz, MD, Ross D Zafonte, DO, Nathan D Zasler, MD, FAAPM&R, FAADEP, DAAPM
Tremor almost never is an isolated symptom. Psychological/cognitive alterations were found in 91% of patients, dysarthria in 86%, oculomotor nerve deficits in 69 %, truncalataxia in 91%, and residual hemiparesis or tetraparesis in 91% at a ...
Inheriting Abraham (2012)
The Legacy of the Patriarch in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam by Jon D. Levenson
Although the Hebrew Bible almost never refers to the Aqedah outside of Genesis 22 itself, the significance of the event grows exponentially over the course of Second Temple and rabbinic Judaism.29 The name Moriah is an early example, ...
by Robert E. Stake
The practical problem is that, as indicated in Chapter 1, in human services evaluation,almost never is a satisfactory control group found or created. According to experimental methodology, both groups need to be essentially the same except ...
by Jeffrey Weinzweig
It is an attempt at obtaining sweeping absolution from just about anything and almost never refers to the event in question. It can easily be made irrelevant by plaintiffs' attorneys. Plastic surgeons must adhere to a much more specific and tighter ...
by Eve Light Honthaner
The term final draft almost never means final. It would be ideal if all script changes could be made in ...
by Jennifer McClinton-Temple, Alan Velie
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by I. Grattan-Guinness
Abraham Wald's sequential testing and Bayesian inference, for instance, have almost never been used for statistical inference in psychology, whereas the hybrid logic became almost synonymous with scientific method in psychology and ...
by Bill Bryson
They should almost never be used for giving emphasis to a simple statement of fact: "It was bound to happen sometime! A bull got into a china shop here" (cited by Bernstein). hyphen. Almost nothing can be said with finality about the hyphen.
by Bill Bryson
They should almost never be used for giving emphasis to a simple statement of fact: “It was bound to happen sometime! A bull got into a china shop here” (cited by Bernstein). hyphen. Almost nothing can be said with finality about the hyphen.
Modern Music and Musicians: Encyclopedia: v. 1. A history of music; special articles; great composers; v. 2. Religious music of the world; vocal music and musicians; the opera; history and guide; v. 3. The theory of music; piano technique; special articles; modern instruments; anecdotes of musicians; dictionary. (musical terms and biography) (1912)
by Louis Charles Elson
Modulation, particularly to the dominant key, is much employed, but chromatic accidentals almost never in this kind of composition. Chorale is the name given to the psalm-tune form in Germany : and many of our best tunes are from German ...
by William Pencak
Quakers were persecuted under the Restoration, beginning in the 1660s, but almost never executed and usually jailed for a limited period. King Charles II was inclined toward toleration and only reluctantly enforced the laws that Parliament ...
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