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A general term for the ‘equipment’—firearm, drugs, poison, rope, car and exhaust pipe or cooking gas—that a person with suicidal ideation plans to use for suicide completion
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According to the authors, in common settlement requirements are dependent on optimizing certain basic needs and desires within means and budget, pedestrian access to landscape, proximity to basic services and convenience to place of work.
His prescription (spend within means, modernize selectively and affordably, work hard on refining technical systems and logistics, and remain interoperable through shared doctrines and communications systems) on the problems facing a medium power with a limited budget and population base, are relevant to almost any small or medium state.
With possible actors and writers strikes looming next year, promoting experienced figures from within means the studio is less likely to lose valuable time preparing for what could be a bumpy period for the whole industry in 2001.
But Whitbread's policy of promoting from within means that several of those who started in lowly positions in the early days went on to become licensees in their own right.