Are we, as adults, capable of self-correcting
our prejudices toward those with developmental disabilities?
The inherent self-correcting
force that makes performance-based efforts successful in industry (the profit motive) has no influence in government.
Heyer likens this self-correcting
ability of the DNA repair system to driving in a modern city where u-turns and two-way streets make it easy to rectify a wrong turn.
This includes certain patients with an ejection fraction of less than 35 percent and documented episodes of VT that are self-correcting
and cause no adverse symptoms, but in whom sustained VT can be induced during the electrophysiology study.
restaurant story is a good example of one of my favorite quotes: "Transparency of information breeds self-correcting
Hair like everything in the body is a self-correcting
mechanism; the more you wash it the greasier it gets.
He added: "First, despite higher feed costs, Tyson Food's chicken margins likely will increase toward the 5%-7% normal range in 2011 reflecting $250-$300 million in operational improvements, call options limiting near-term fluctuations in feed costs, and, to a lesser extent, the likely self-correcting
nature of commodity costs (recall wheat in late 2008, soybean in 2010).
It promotes a self-correcting
mechanism through early detection of violations (if any).
In an obviously nave and demonstrably anachronistic belief in the self-correcting
nature of markets, this is an ideology which has caused chaos and oppression around the world since time immemorial.
Many decades ago, when I studied economics and markets, I learned that markets are self-correcting
If any institution crosses its limits then the system has self-correcting
mechanism, he said.
Combining the company's most popular fiction and nonfiction books with self-correcting
activity cards, ETA/Cuisenaire's "Charging Up