Regardless of the presence of accrediting agencies or the demands made by administrators, systematically
assessing learning is valuable in its own right.
The Maoist rebels too systematically
practiced torture and mutilation in order to extort money, punish non-cooperation, and intimidate others, the special rapporteur said.
In summary, we found that VA still does not systematically
assess decision-making consistency among the 57 regional offices.
A total of 600 patients beginning antidepressant treatment for depression were systematically
sampled from 7 group-model primary care clinics; patients already receiving psychotherapy were excluded.
Blogs have quickly emerged as leading-edge sources of influence, opinion-sharing and consumer voices on the Internet, and it's critical that today's marketers systematically
understand and measure what's being said by bloggers to gauge the full impact of online word-of-mouth behavior.
Specifically, there are two primary forms of discrimination in mortgage lending: disparate treatment which is the obvious and unequal treatment of applicants; and disparate-impact policies that, while equally applied, systematically
The horror, the discovery in 2001 that more than 600 queer-related books in the San Francisco main public library had been systematically
mutilated by a vandal with a small sharp instrument.
That need is hardly hypothetical, as totalitarian regimes in Africa systematically
slaughter--through armed assault, and politically induced famine--thousands of innocent people.
Semi-detached is Landy's first major project since Breakdown 2001, his most celebrated work to date, in which he systematically
destroyed all of his possessions in a central London department store.
Screenwriter/executive producer Lionel Chetwynd (``The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz,'' ``DC 9/11: Time of Crisis'') has structured this drama in the fashion of a crime procedural, systematically
following Eisenhower's steps leading up to the invasion at Normandy.
These conditions may be held constant during a test or be programmed to change systematically
A shift in focus started in the 1990s when major carriers introduced homeowners underwriting "scorecards" that systematically
tallied characteristics the company deemed relevant to the risk assumed, said Holaway.