She handled thousands of cases.
PART V REVIEWS Review of cases.
Time for disposal of cases 339C.
Experts now believe that in half of cases the cause lies at least partially with the man.
The highest number of cases was from Canterbury DHB (104 ), followed by Capital and Coast (83) and Waikato (51) DHBs.
Dementia mainly affects older people, although there is a growing awareness of cases that start before the age of 65.
This isn't unusual in cases of trauma.
Record in cases where is no appeal 263.
I'd pay extra for them in cases like this.
This medicine is one the most appropriate in cases of habitually soft or liquid stools.
ITB develops most commonly after ingesting infected sputum in cases of active pulmonary TB.
These guidelines are also relevant to FOI requests concerning the records of third parties in cases where the formal.
The Court also has original jurisdiction in cases involving ambassadors and other diplomats, and in cases between states.
In some cases the matter may be referred to case progression.
Such defences were previously limited to cases involving business methods.
While complainants do have recourse to the University's Grievance Procedure, A-Branch believes that it is ill-suited to cases of sexual harassment.
Paul Byrne, who is also a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, often refers to cases in which those who had met the criteria for brain death had recovered.
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Their actions should be guided by case details and by the information gathered from the standardized patient and from physical findings.
For cases like this, there is often a **38;1928;TOOLONG mentality.
They may not seek an exemption for cases covered by the reduced rate, such as employees who are under 18 years of age.
As a lawyer, I've worked on cases involving self defense and defense of others.
From the media's perspective, reporting on cases of suicide can be a delicate balancing act.
In the July 2010 to June 2011 year, the Community Law Centres (CLCs) worked on cases for 49,243 clients.
The methodology allows for broad generalisations to be made predicated upon case studies rather than explaining the whole picture.
During my MBA studies we were asked to work on cases that showed how badly things could become due to defective or poor communication.
And it is true, there are sections which promote the two Pakatan-led states of Penang and Selangor based on case studies that succeeded there.
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Just be happy the courts aren't as filled up with cases as it should be with doctors making mistakes doing just that.
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After having functioned for a considerable period, each Tribunal is expected to develop its own legal culture in dealing with cases.
A Pakistani was deported for flipping the middle finger at a motorist, and the courts are filled with cases of foreigners having sex out of wedlock.
All the missing swabs were from cases of acute simple appendicitis.
The Harvard ' criteria ' were published without substantiating data from either scientific research or from case studies of individual patients.
Of these, 17 swabs ere taken from cases with frank pus and a perforated or gangrenous appendix (n=30 ), while 13 swabs were from patients with simple acute appendicitis (n=50).
From case studies and clinical trials conducted by scientists, it has been established that camel milk contains insulin and insulin-like proteins which have an anti-diabetic effect in the body.
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However -- again however, all of this sure is tricky! -- if one were to take a look at cases like Hatton and others v.