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Assistance, reinforcement, or feedback given during the acquisition or relearning of skills necessary for task completion.
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The governor of Bank of Japan, Masaki Shirakawa said that the bank would act promptly and decisively.
Each IPA member's PPA provided that NTSP promptly forward the fee reimbursement and other economic provisions of any non-risk offer to the member physicians.
Depositing checks promptly also would help your business's cash flow.
CLEAR fallen leaves promptly from steps and paths, because they soon become dangerously slippery after rain.
The off-duty officer, who often appears in local media to comment on crimes, confronted the intruders, who promptly fled.
As a result, it is critical for building owners and managers to take certain steps to protect themselves and to be prepared to promptly address issues should they arise.
3, over the plate, and promptly smacked into center for a two-run double.
If an agency does not submit fingerprints promptly following an arrest, any need to identify the subject during the interval between arrest and disposition may go unmet.
If a defect occurs, promptly offer a comp-rehensive recall plan.
All 16 guests who brought that Internet information to their physicians received appropriate treatment with TMP-SMX; symptoms resolved promptly (typically within 24 hours).
The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) said Tuesday it will step up disclosure requirements and take punitive measures, including delisting, against companies that fail to promptly and sufficiently disclose critical information.
She promptly announced--after the funeral--that indeed the Chretien government did intend to straighten out the natural order of things by proclaiming that the unnatural liaisons among "gays" and lesbians could truly be considered "marriage" and receive the benefits of this state of life.