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Google previewAdministrative 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.

Google previewCompTIA Strata Study Guide Authorized Courseware (2011)

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, ...

Google previewPolice 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.

Google previewTaming 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 ...

Google previewBrain 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 ...

Google previewStandards-Based and Responsive Evaluation (2004)

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 ...

Google previewThe Complete Film Production Handbook (2010)

by Eve Light Honthaner

The term final draft almost never means final. It would be ideal if all script changes could be ...

Google previewThe Everything Large-Print Crossword Dictionary (2010)

Finding a solution has never been easier! by Charles Timmerman

ecru Almond-flavored liqueur 8 amaretto Almond-shaped 4 oval Almost 4 near, nigh 8 notquite Almost boil 5 scald Almost forever 3 eon Almost never 4 once Almost shut 4 ajar Aloe ___4 vera “Aloha oe” accompaniment 3 uke Aloha State ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Indian Literature (2015)

by Jennifer McClinton-Temple, Alan Velie

the narrator almost never usesthewordI , almost allthechapters areset around Almost's exploits),including Almost'sown ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science (1995)

Volume 57 - Supplement 20: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Approaches to Fraud Investigations to Visual Search in Modern Human-Computer Interfaces by Allen Kent

However, with the present generation of high-speed microcomputers, this is almost never a problem any more. Moreover, some programs may leave a choice between immediate indexing of new or changed data and deferred batch indexing ...

Google previewCambridge Dictionary of American Idioms (2003)

by Paul Heacock

almost almost never very rarely ♢ Documentary films almost never win prizes. along along with sth and also something; ...

Google previewCompanion Encyclopedia of the History and Philosophy of the Mathematical Sciences (2003)

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 ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Postmodernism (2003)

by Victor E. Taylor, Charles E. Winquist

At a more practical level, however, such periodization means that the stages of cinematic development almost never neatly align with the broader outlines of a general shift to postmodernism, and it is this difficulty, so obvious that it is almost ...

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People who ask our advice almost never take it. Yet we should never refuse to give it, upon request, for it often helps us to see our own way more clearly. (Brendan Francis)
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