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Medtalk Not sick, not mentally disturbed, healthy
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The well-informed citizen:An essay on the social distribution of knowledge.
Carmel McKeown, principal of nearby St Anne's Primary School, said: "We were kept well-informed by the police and they rang back when it all ended."
The Committee informs that the citizens should be well-informed when traveling to the Schengen zone with an emphasis on harmful consequences from seeking asylum in these countries.
The approach is conservative, but well-informed. An appendix gives instructions on how to preach on a psalm.
Interestingly, more men than women consider themselves to be well-informed about green products.
Synopsis: A median of nearly 6 in 10 sub-Saharan Africans say radio is the most important media they rely on to stay well-informed about events in their country.
ENI -- Christian journalists meeting in divided Cyprus urged unbiased and well-informed reporting on divisive issues founded on principles of equality, accessibility and dialogue.
The unequivocal message spelled out yesterday by three well-informed bodies, dedicated to improving the region's economy and its quality of life, left no room for doubt.
Google the three terms "North American Union," "Security and Prosperity Partnership," and "SPR" You'll be amazed at the number of well-informed articles, websites, backgrounders, white papers, position statements, government news releases, and press conference transcripts that pop up.
Well-informed chapters on the virology and epidemiology of EBV infection are also included.
Considering the devastating potential for loss from fraud by small business owners, CPAs need to be well-informed regarding incidents of suspected fraud.
By being well-informed, you can think about possible solutions and courses of action before they actually occur locally.