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Assistance, reinforcement, or feedback given during the acquisition or relearning of skills necessary for task completion.
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Admitted to practice: 1995) Jean-Joseph failed to provide competent representation to clients, failed to act with reasonable diligence and promptness in representing a client, failed to ensure that lawyers under his managerial authority conformed to the Rules of Professional Conduct, and failed to take reasonable remedial action to mitigate the consequences of the actions of an attorney under his supervisory authority.
It is one of the chief functions of the public accountant so to marshall the accounts they they will set forth the facts esential to the proper management of a given enterprise, and this is a form easily understood and with such promptness that the information is current with the transactions described.
Fast deployment, system responsiveness, promptness of customers to modify their use, and other key aspects of demand response have been demonstrated widely across North America using various business models.
A particular attention will be paid to promptness of response.
I have used this bus and I am very impressed with the friendly, helpful attitude of the drivers, the promptness of the service and the quick access to destinations that usually involve two buses and lengthy travelling time.
Her duties allegedly included "acting as a personal alarm clock" and "ensuring promptness of a towel" after the singer had a shower.
We would like to praise Merseyside Fire Service for their promptness and professionalism.
Summary: Paris - France commended on Friday the promptness and quality of Moroccan authorities following the traffic accident which took place on Thursday evening in Marrakech, involving a bus transporting French nationals.
Admitted to practice: 1988) Arnao did not act with reasonable diligence and promptness in representing a client.
Also could we take this opportunity to thank the paramedics for their promptness to the scene.
The CDW letter concludes: "(ICEL) in its present form is unable to render adequate service, or to produce with appropriate promptness, acceptable translations" of the rite of Exorcism and the Martryrology (List of Saints).
In small claims court, Layton said he will treat everyone with fairness, respect, promptness and justice.