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recommendation

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A proposal for clinical practice put forward by an “innovator” who has particular concerns about a practice.

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A designation given by a study section advising an application’s funding. About half of applications reviewed are recommended for funding.
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We recommend that the Welsh Government should strongly lobby central Government to retain the current Small Business Rate relief scheme beyond March, 2013.
Destination-wise, 60 per cent would recommend tour operators dealing with French holidays, while the recommendation figure for those dealing with Italy was 54 per cent, those for Greece 51 per cent and for Spain only 41 per cent.
However, the panel hedged somewhat and stated that while it is recommending there not be any new rule, if one is put forward by OSHA, "the panel recommends that, if there is to be a standard, OSHA consider and solicit comment on maintaining the existing PEL.
Although most providers would recommend a male condom to all women, only seven would recommend it as a primary method of contraception; 11 would recommend male condoms only in combination with a spermicide.
Other CPAs in public practice, who have a tax, financial planning or eldercare relationship with a listed company's independent director, CEO or outside counsel, also might recommend one of their peers as a candidate for membership on their client's company board of directors or audit committee.
So if you are going to use a tincture, use a fresh one" Tyler recommends.
The key to proper maintenance is to follow the directions provided by the manufacturer of the floor and to use the cleaning products each manufacturer recommends.
Echoing Treadway's emphasis on establishing strong internal controls from the top down, the GAO also recommends that companies develop and maintain a system to prevent and detect noncompliance with laws which, if violated, would have a significant impact on the company's operations or its financial statements.
Q1: Given these findings, does CDC still recommend nevirapine as an option for treatment of HIV-infected individuals?
A CPA is an advocate for a client in tax matters, but he should not recommend that a position be taken on a return unless the CPA has a good faith belief that, if challenged, the position has a realistic possibility of being sustained administratively or judicially on its merits.
In March, Gerber agreed to stop claiming that four out of five pediatricians recommend its baby food.