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Medtalk adjective A diagnostic or therapeutic procedure proven to be unnecessary for the efficient management of a particular Pt. See Appropriateness, Canadian plan, Practice guidelines Neurology adjective Referring to a response or behavior discordant with a particular situation.
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Use of the TADA provision for determinations of medical inappropriateness should, ideally, be rare and an intervention of last resort.
According to the study, the agreement concerning the inappropriateness of the excise tax on textile products was reached as a result of the common understanding that clothes were not luxury goods.
It censured Kora as a mark of its "significant dissatisfaction with behaviour of this kind and the inappropriateness of such misconduct".
A citizen, Mona Al-Bori, opposed the idea of girls' enrollment in self-defense courses, saying that society would not accept such ideas due to taekwondo's inappropriateness for girls.
But despite the short duration of her protest, she did get a reaction, with some praising it as a brave act and others highlighting the inappropriateness of her social display.
Al-Sisi declined to comment on the controversial trial of three Al Jazeera journalists, stating the "inappropriateness of criticising the judicial system, which enjoys its absolute independence".
And speaking of inappropriateness, Ken goes on a date...
At the hearing, we articulated various concerns: Smokers being on a very narrow pavement; potential customers' cars being parked while delivery vehicles would block residents in and emergency services out of Stoneycroft Close; and the inappropriateness of the location near a significant alcohol rehabilitation centre and children's home.
155 legal entities and individuals were denied to recruit foreign workers over inappropriateness. The foreign labor force quota covered representatives of 69 countries of the world with China holding the bulk of the quota - 71.8%.
Lynda Reid, who has been a member of the SCG for 25 years, was sent away after turning up to queue for entry on Sunday because of the alleged inappropriateness of her dress.
"Our main concern was about scale," said local resident Sarah Stanley, adding: "The committee recognised the overbearing nature of the plans and their inappropriateness".
Public sector bosses in Scotland could be allowed to consider the inappropriateness of awarding contracts to companies which use controversial zero-hours contracts for their employees.