It will deficiently
affect the accommodation of the students if they come back from the holidays," Wasara remarked.
Kathy Maupin, author of the book The Secret Female Hormone: How Testosterone Replacement Can Change Your Life, is committed to educating women and doctors about Testosterone Deficiently
Syndrome; a condition that she believes the medical world has not paid enough attention to.
In such circumstances, where state habeas counsel deficiently
neglects to bring forward "any admissible evidence" to support a substantial claim of ineffective assistance of trial counsel, there seems to me to be a strong argument that the state habeas counsel's ineffective assistance results in a procedural default of that claim.
found that thoracolumbar fascia was deficiently
innervated , Yahia et al.
According to him, there is little evidence for supposing that the L2 speaker acquires phonology deficiently
EciftsE-ren said the park must be left in place and there is deficiently
no need for a shopping mall, though the area needs a mosque.
I was once offered a free lunch to certify, sight unseen, 100 roofing squares of multi-layered insulation, which were deficiently
installed for a residential condominium re-roofing project worth millions of dollars.
1); less than 18 years of age; in acute condition; does not agree to participate of fills out the questionnaires deficiently
Wh-raising is applicable by default when u-wh originates under the scope of a deficiently
expressed accusative case marking.
He said the brother Islamic country Turkey had always supported us in good and bad times and we would deficiently
like to take the advantage of professional expertise of Istanbul Municipality.
183) See Super, supra note 176, at 418-21 ("[I]f an administrative services vendor is performing deficiently
, the costs and disruption of selecting a new contractor and having that contractor build up the infrastructure required to operate the program may leave the state with no other alternative but to stay with its existing contractor.
Finally according to findings by De Kort and Vermeulen (2010), in the absence of information, decision makers are more likely to rely on overconfidence bias and often attempt to predict information deficiently
on their own.