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appropriateness

Health care The use of a resource or service in the most suitable, or efficient manner possible. See Inappropriate. Cf Practice guidelines.
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Appropriateness of class difficulty was measured with seven items (see appendix) dealing with pace, amount of reading and writing, challenge of the course, and perceived difficulty.
However, the appropriateness of distance learning, particularly in the training and education of helping professionals, creates its own set of concerns.
However, when a transaction lacks either, members should challenge its appropriateness.
You will be asked to review a sample manuscript and provide your comments regarding content, writing style, and appropriateness of the manuscript for our readership.
2, "Prayers and Psalms") must concede the appropriateness of the term "covenantal nomism" as a theological description (43); nevertheless, he argues that the term is "ultimately not very helpful" (51).
The earliest project of this nature was conducted in 1920, when Berliner had subjects sort 18 hand-drawn letterforms according to their appropriateness for use in advertising four different products.
As with any position, consideration must be given to ensure appropriateness.
I was already having doubts about the appropriateness of such an order before I became aware of any criticism in the media.
The workshop provided guidance on the appropriateness of market-based appraisal methodologies and other approaches that could serve as a guide for assisting the federal agencies in developing a revised rental schedule.
As part of the settlement, Winbond has agreed to a consent judgment and does not contest the validity and appropriateness of SST's termination of the licensing agreement in June 1998.
According to Brand Keys, the customer drivers that determine loyalty among beer drinkers are: full-bodied taste; drinkability, appropriateness for all occasions and brewing expertise.
Additional is provided by an independent APhA Review Panel to help ensure the accuracy and appropriateness of the information presented.

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