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advisory

(ăd-vī′zĕ-rē)
A report issued by a drug manufacturer or government agency about a medical product that may cause serious injury or death to patients.
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As important as confidentiality can be in establishing supportive advisory programs, and our findings clearly suggest that older students see confidentiality as a valuable aspect of advisory, teachers have legal obligations and, arguably, the moral obligation of letting their students know which kinds of situations they must report.
Jones' decision results in an advisory pure premium rate that is below the $1.70 average rate recommended by the (https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/west/2018/08/20/498640.htm) Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau in its filing.
Using a 34-question survey distributed in fall 2014 and again in spring 2017 via such academic listservs as WCenter, WPA, and the Small Liberal Arts College Writing Program Administrators listserv (SLAC-WPA), we examined how advisory board relationships--with colleagues, administrators, staff members, and/or students--can reflect a range of institutional values as well as sites for collaboration.
"The growing list of incidents suggesting racial bias reflects an unacceptable corporate culture and involves behavior that cannot be dismissed as normal or random.  We expect an audience with the leadership of American Airlines to air these grievances and to spur corrective action.  Until these and other concerns are addressed, this national travel advisory will stand," said Derrick Johnson, President and CEO of the NAACP in their statement.
The advisory, which is stronger then the previous one issued by the China, on July 8 is valid until December 31, 2017.
To that end, the primary functions of school-based agricultural education advisory councils are to: "(1) assist in the planning decisions of agricultural education programs and (2) oversee the evaluation of agricultural education programs to ensure that the program's goals are achieved" (Phipps et al., 2008, p.
Jude Medical last year announced its intention to set up a Cyber Security Medical Advisory Board to provide advice on cybersecurity standards for medical devices.
The size of an advisory board varies greatly, and CEOs seeking to form an effective advisory board should consider what purpose it will serve within the organization.
The tenure of advisory committee would be one year and position holder doctors would be incorporated into the advisory committee.
This second Oakmont Advisory Group location means improved client service for Oakmont Advisory Group's growing current client base, as well as the ability to more easily expand their financial planning and investment advisory services to the fastest growing part of the metropolitan area.
> Muscat, April 15 (ONA) The Advisory Board of the GCC Supreme Council held its 2nd meeting of the 18th session at the Intercontinental Hotel today and lasts for two days.
The school's first ever advisory board in the eastern Hemisphere has been launched to support its international strategy in India and to offer global experience opportunities to its students.

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