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Assistance, reinforcement, or feedback given during the acquisition or relearning of skills necessary for task completion.
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Thanks to the promptitude of RevD LloydMorgan, the offer was quickly taken up.
This was followed by a second Resuscitation Certificate from the Royal Humane Society which read: "It was resolved unanimously that the humanity, promptitude and skill shown by Victoria Faith .
Au Seminaire de Quebec notamment, ils sont places au-dessus des domestiques salaries et servent de modeles par leur vie spirituelle, leur promptitude a l'obeissance et leur diligence au travail.
The limit of attrition or operating of installation or machine has determined by promptitude of wear process deployment of machine's components.
have rendered every assistance in their power; and my thanks are in a special manner due to the Governor of Tasmania for the great promptitude with which every available soldier was despatched .
The most important thing is punctuality, promptitude, speed and awareness of the inconvenience caused to the litigant by thoughtless adjournments,' said former Chief Justice Venkatachaliah.
The legality and necessity of the course pursued, assure me of the favorable light in which it will present itself to the Legislature, and of the promptitude with which they will supply whatever provisions may be due to the essential rights and equitable interests of the people thus brought into the bosom of the American family.
By the early years of the twentieth century clerical work, which had been described in 1871 as requiring 'knowledge of languages, skills in accounts, familiarity with even minute details of business, energy, promptitude, tact, delicacy of perception' had become, for the majority of office workers, routine and mechanical.
bishops and faithful here tended toward a minimalist view of the Council's aims and did not, in the end, submit enough responses to the preparatory commission, in enough detail, or with enough promptitude.
It seems likely that a double vacancy under current circumstances--barring exceptionally bad medical luck--would be the result of a national security crisis, during which the qualities associated with energy--activity, secrecy, dispatch, promptitude of decision, vigor, expedition--would be critically important.
Le Livre noir du communisme: crimes, terreurs et repression (Paris, 1997) and translated with surprising promptitude by Harvard University Press (1999).
It encourages seamen to engage in perilous voyages with more promptitude, and at lower wages.