This ruling should give pause
to people--especially to health care providers--who seek to hide misdeeds from public view by diverting them to arbitration," said John Vail of the Center for Constitutional Litigation (CCL) in Washington, D.
This should surely give pause
to a sincere and reflective advocate of any religion.
This should give pause
to practitioners structuring voting/nonvoting recapitalizations of stock and FLPs.
and his discussion of the role of Al Gore and William Daley, now Gore's campaign manager, should give pause
to anyone who thinks Gore would make a positive difference On international economic issues.
The plan suggests the soon to be independent ISP is readying an altogether more aggressive content strategy as a means to realize new revenue opportunites, and should give pause
for thought to erstwhile potential content partners such as QXL Ltd, the online auction specialist which rumor has it plans to be the UK's second big .
The saga of "the lost convoy," which meandered through ambush after ambush, taking heavy casualties, before returning to the base, should give pause
to those who believe that perfect "situational awareness" will sweep away the fog of war.
The fact that this is an important FA Cup tie, for Liverpool at least, should also give pause
This fact, as much as anything else, should give pause
to the North American foundry industry, which has long suffered at the hands of suppliers from different industries that have simply out-marketed metalcasting and its traditional products.
Also in closing, this book can provide insightful and objective observations to those of us who do work in the field of alcohol and drug treatment, and give pause
for reflection on our own interactions with clients.
But simply the physical challenges, not to mention the financial and manpower needs, confronting the new territory are enough to give pause
to the most dedicated northsman.
It is hoped that the penalty for infractions-$100 to $500-is stiff enough to give pause
This extraordinary, well-reasoned and data-filled call for avoiding a military strike on Iran and the civilian casualties therefrom should give pause
to anyone contemplating military strikes," said Amos Jordan, former CEO of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and Brigadier General, U.