bar] HEN we moved into our house 14 years ago it's fair to say that it had been subjected to many years of benign neglect
In this environment, the Fed can well afford to maintain its stance of benign neglect
toward the dollar.
They are treated with benign neglect
in relations to their agricultural knowledge and do not have monopoly to the tools of the job.
The austerity budget was combined with other misguided government policies, including what was intended to be benign neglect
of a rise in the yen's value.
Doing nothing -- benign neglect
-- would have been more conducive to progress between the PA and Israel's Netanyahu government.
The United States can also expect criticism over its seemingly benign neglect
of the sinking dollar, which has led investors to chase bigger returns in emerging markets such as Brazil, driving up asset prices and inflation.
Many may conclude that Phillips was a victim of benign neglect
by the staff at the Clinic as well as the hospital.
As I look at my office, a sort of style emerges: benign neglect
meets retro-cheap, shabby-casual with a hint of indifference.
I urge the friends of Afghanistan to recognize that, to a large extent, these uncomfortable truths may be the result of their benign neglect
," he said at Wednesday's unveiling of the report.
The problem faced by the domestics, however, is a daunting one: How to change the perception of their companies and products after years of benign neglect
and deserved vilification.
For too long the disciplines of missiology and Christian education have been separated by a wall of benign neglect
Though Vallance's abiding fondness for every conceivable sort of nonart visual production--from comic books to scrap-craft and model making--was ennobled by the context, his oeuvre remained nevertheless shrouded in benign neglect