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Australasian Collaborative Research on Subarachnoid Haemorrhage Study. A population-based survey based on the acute version of the English (Australia/New Zealand) short-form questionnaire, which identified all the cases of aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage that occurred in 4 Australasian centres—Adelaide, Hobart, Perth and Auckland—at staggered intervals during 1995–1998, assessing health-related quality of life; of 432 patients registered in ACROSS, 242 were alive at followup, 189 were interviewed; survivors reported decreased vitality and ability to participate in social roles because of physical problems, despite physical functioning comparable to the general population
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Bradshaw says Pro-Health is so interested in getting across the idea that this is a fresh approach to marketing potatoes that he hired an all-female advertising agency in Dallas to develop unique promotional messages.
Getting across to young people that the individual vote counts.
However, he said, "the engineer said it looked like she was having trouble getting across the tracks.
genes to Canada and several countries in Europe since 1983, but the company says getting across its southern border poses a much bigger challenge.
Getting across Bouquet Junction - the intersection of Valencia Boulevard/Soledad Canyon Road and Bouquet Canyon Road - takes twice as long at noon on a Saturday as it does during the week.
Getting across the treacherous, rain-swollen waters of the Tyger River proved difficult.
Getting across the way you want people to view your company can be accomplished with the right marketing materials.
We need a more consistent enforcement of the regulations; federal officials recognize this, but the message doesn't seem to be getting across to the states.
As the celebrated New Yorker noticed that he wasn't getting across, he recovered with the helpless joke, "Well, then maybe you know my wife, she is an artist too and she also lives in New York
to keep the vast majority of its work force in West Virginia, saying the announcement is proof that the state has turned the corner in getting across its economic message.
The problem of getting across a complex message also surfaced when poll participants identified major issues in external communication:
But Paul Watters, head of roads policy at the AA, said: "I'd prefer to see more of the countdowns that are a quite good indicator of your chances of getting across.