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Assistance, reinforcement, or feedback given during the acquisition or relearning of skills necessary for task completion.
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The bottle was brought with a promptness which showed the degree of consideration D'Artagnan enjoyed in the establishment.
With characteristic promptness and audacity he set about this at once, and we cannot doubt that the boots or chamber-maid of the hotel was well bribed to help him in his design.
I replied, with intelligent promptness, that he was probably worth about four dollars--may be four and a half.
They are the same person," said Philip, with calm promptness, "at different ages.
We require promptness to restore the rule of law,' Khaminwa said.
At the meeting, the US side expressed satisfaction with the quality and promptness of the assistance of the Uzbek Interior Ministry in the investigation of the terrorist attack committed Oct.
Rawalpindi -- Sui gas department showed utmost promptness in suspending gas supply to certain areas of the city after the rain fall on Tuesday.
TAP) - "The terrorists holed up on heights are becoming weaker thanks to the operational promptness of the national army units," said the commander of the Brigade 13 of the national army in Jendouba Houcine Abidli.
This should be our priority and as a team all the member should be on the same page with hardworking, loyalty, promptness and honesty.
The promptness of each attendee at this conference is critical.
3 (Diligence --failure to act with reasonable diligence and promptness in representing a client); Rule 4-1.
We've boiled it down to the 4 Ps: Promptness, Persistence, Personalization and Performance.