Options that simply reword
the current legislation, or seek to maintain the status quo, will do nothing but condemn doctors to continue to suffer in silence.
For some it is recommended to reword
the application text to use only one or two before variables, and to inform the translators of the constraints of the system prompts available for dates/times.
Let me reword
that to say we need to get out of the box.
However, the Conservatives not only agreed with the motion but wanted to reword
it so it was stronger.
It features a reword
by Sir Paul McCartney and essays from lexander McCall Smith and Will Self, and delivers he message that "home is the most important place the world".
relanguage: Term used by $300-an-hour consultants when $1 words, such as reword
, rephrase, or rewrite, would work just as well.
Sources say proposals to reword
article 38 of the constitution are to be recommended by the Oireachtas Committee on Child Protection in the coming weeks.
May I suggest that they reword
their advert by saying something like ``you can have the odds advertised to a percentage of your stake,'' or alternatively, they could seek some advice from the real bookmakers at Rye House, Harlow or Sittingbourne, where you don't have a problem getting this type of bet on to your full stake.
Food and Drug Administration has been considering how to reword
food labels to alert consumers to the presence of trans fats.
For this reason, it may be worthwhile to reword
the standard joint check agreements, as shown at the end of this article.
These remain with me today, even after those two fine gentlemen have passed on to their reword
What about the senior managers who want to reword
the mission statement but cannot conceive a new one?