A revision to the footnote
for the DTaP vaccine to clarify recommendations to be taken after an inadvertently early administration of the fourth dose of that vaccine.
The AICPA does better, but it has not completely purged all of its literature of references to footnote
Other changes include clarification of the intervals between doses in the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines footnote
to avoid misunderstanding of the schedule, said Dr.
article also highlights the "density factor" prevalent in the academic works that Professor Austin criticizes.
also introduce a level of complexity to the XBRL preparation and review process.
Murphy offers no footnote
to substantiate it; but the charge is illogical on its face, since Douglas knew he had honorable discharge papers from the Army and thus no need to pull strings.
Reporting of net appreciation/depreciation by investment type in the plan's footnotes
are how a 23rd-century anthropologist has annotated the text for his contemporaries.
That little footnote
was glossed over, not discussed, and yet it had a huge impact on history and on the women's movement.
Using the management discussion and analysis, financial statements and footnotes
of these 208 annual reports, 45 companies (3.
A slick, Broadway-style show with high-tech sound effects, multi-level stage, costumes by Armani Exchange and red-hot musicians whose sound ranged from funk to jazz and blues, FootNotes
was conceived, directed, choreographed and performed by Glover.
Going backward to antiquity and forward to the twentieth century Grafton shows us that footnotes
are more than just weapons that pedants use to snipe at each other in scholarly works or that graduate students use to make evident they have put in lots of work on their dissertations.