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modesty

propriety of dress, speech, and conduct in relations between patients and health care personnel, including draping and covering of the patient to the greatest extent possible, depending on the type of care or examination.
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Sponsored by Modanisa, a large online clothing retailer and purveyor of modest apparel that launched in 2011, the event concluded Sunday and tickets were said to have sold out weeks in advance.
Under a deal with L3 MAS, Modest Tree is working with the company to further develop this tool.
In 2016, Modest Coffee released a bottled cold brew product and a delivery service for kegs of their nitrogen infused cold brew.
Within this larger Muslim consumer spend on clothing the modest fashion industry is growing rapidly.
A second way this is achieved is by linking the study of modest dress with the concept of 'fashion.
A close look at some parts of the recently proposed budget reveals that despite some modest cuts in some areas, the Bush administration will continue to fund unconstitutional programs and initiatives of dubious value, while increasing the cost of government through continued borrowing.
I've been listening to Modest Mouse since eighth grade," he said.
Here, Seattle-based Modest Mouse's Eric Judy explains some of the group's choices:
Most recent buildings of this type have tended to be modest in size, often fitted into existing spaces or planned as single-storey buildings on large sites where land for outdoor play areas is readily available and directly accessible at ground floor.
So, my modest proposal: Would it be possible, someday, somehow, for government to look into proscriptive regulation?
The modest treatment advantage reported by Volavka's group for atypical antipsychotics "clearly underscores the need for identification of more effective [antipsychotic] treatments," remarks psychiatrist David A.
Non-residential building in May fell 9 percent, as the institutional categories slipped back from the modest strength revealed in the previous three months.