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Vivienne Nathanson, head of science and ethics at the British Medical Association, says "OFCOM's ban on programs targeted at under-16s does not go far
enough." Public health advocates had pushed for a ban on all junk food advertising on television before 9 PM.
InFocus believes that the benefits of technology integration in education go far
beyond the classroom by preparing students to succeed in a technology-focused world.
His performance at the CEA may go far
to determine whether he makes a quick trip back to the Fed next year as the retiring Greenspan's replacement.
"All of us who worked on Clear Skies assumed that as soon as the president announced the proposal environmental groups would jump on it and say it didn't go far
enough, quick enough--that was a fair debate," says Holmstead.
The original author Wang Chen was a 9th-century Chinese military commander sickened by carnage and began using the ancient Tao Te Ching for peaceful purposes: his interpretations produced the first reading of it as a martial text of strategy, and Ralph Sawyer's in-depth interpretations go far
in placing its military importance in modern Western hands.
Seventeen-year-old Angelo Seaver's blame-the-government strategy didn't go far
with a trial judge.
But the suit probably won't go far
, experts say, because it doesn't relate to any other dispute before the courts.
However, the rules go far
beyond that, possibly making it unreasonably difficult to send items such as chocolate and chewing gum to the U.S.
enough that the base holds the apple up firmly.
Military and civilian members of the Rotterdam, the Netherlands, based group did not have to go far
. They trained on the DPOC in a parking lot near their administrative offices.
A number of the Romanow recommendations "do not go far
enough in curtailing corporate and private profiteers from undermining Medicare, particularly in many home care services."