The watchdog highlighted concerns that modular GCSEs created particular risks
in maintaining standards because they allowed pupils to "bank" grades early, and came up with a workable solution that might have avoided the row, but decided not to implement it, the TES said.
According to the report, India and Russia are among 41 countries classified as "high risk", with poor governance, systemic corruption and terrorism identified as particular risks
The charity said the government could do this by reducing the default speed limit on single carriageway roads to 50mph or lower, with lower limits on roads where there are particular risks
Thus, the results indicate that the SEALS program has enhancing effect for boys in general, and for girls at particular risks
"Guns pose particular risks
to women and children that state and local lawmakers might reasonably seek to address through gun control legislation."
Sadie in particular risks
her whiskers to fly the air mail to safety in this fun story of planes run by animals.
'But in the meantime, people should seek advice from their solicitor on the general risks of taking a joint mortgage and of the particular risks
of using their own funds to provide the deposit.'
"We have concluded that it would be appropriate to address now the particular risks
associated with each conflict."
can be accepted or rejected, but not influenced in any fundamental way, and the successful insurer is able to measure these risks and price them appropriately.
Other uses do not pose any particular risks
.The Commission first introduced an EU-wide restriction on the use of HCE in 1997, when the need to reduce the risks of this chemical substance was clearly identified.
At a time when the mainstream medical establishment virtually ignored lesbian health, the Lesbian AIDS Project collected data and produced safer-sex materials that spoke to women's particular risks