Smith indeed is well known for his contention that students' learning to read competently
29(b), such representation can nevertheless occur if (1) it is not prohibited by law, (2) the practitioner reasonably believes that he or she can diligently and competently
represent each affected client and (3) each affected client gives informed written consent.
Back in 1993 when I first agreed to take it over from its founder, James Maher, I never dreamt that, with the exception of two years in which Chantal Celjan edited it so competently
Hitomi Kuroki and Rio Kanno are competently
cast as mother and daughter who move to a run-down apartment during a custody battle with the girl's father.
CPAs are better practitioners and serve the public more competently
because of Sid's contributions to the profession," said S.
, it can justify a differentiated, more sensitive approach to such payments in all parts of the country.
Is there really a basis for believing that a federal government that fails to control our borders or balance the budget--both necessary and proper constitutional functions--can competently
perform functions for which it has no authority, such as tutoring parents on parenting skills and responsibilities?
There are few theologians who could deal competently
with all these matters in three d ays.
This chapter is competently
presented, but it might have been better placed earlier in the book.
Developing nations and developed societies alike need to become conscious of all manifestations of illness in order to competently
care for their people.
assembles a picture of what might have gone wrong at the NEA during its short history, but then, it's hard to trust an author who once worked for the government but still finds it fit to belittle one of her story's antagonists as a "bureaucrat.
First, and perhaps most important, the range of subjects and skills tested will be expanded to more closely replicate those needed to practice competently