Most of the young writers and artists with a tinge of talent flee this city as if it were on fire." However, he does argue that Harris neglects a few "young writers and artists who stand clear of the mire he paints." Moreover, he takes exception to the inclusion of one artist in particular, playwright and sometime Esquire reviewer Meyer Levin, in Harris's "dismal gallery." Though Levin does not receive extensive critique from Harris, Harris does number him among those who are insufficiently concerned with proletarian struggle and too concerned with decadent aesthetics.
In the New York imaging system example already noted, what would happen if one argues in favor of image admissibility before an appellate court, and it is the very first New York case of its kind (a "case of first impression" in legal jargon)?
These lower-level leaders, argue the authors, have the credibility and respect that many senior leaders have squandered on ill-conceived mergers, miscalculated downsizings and failed re-engineering initiatives.
In the case of breast implants, a combination of an accumulation of anectodal reports of harm and alleged inconsistencies in manufacturers' data generation and collection have led FDA to demand safety data that would argue that the devices be permitted to remain on the market.