We no longer respond
to calls of, say, a car stripping in progress,'' Smith told the City Council's Public Safety Committee.
Moreover, a child found alone may not respond
to an officer's efforts and consolation because they are quite content to stay where the officer found them.
Now set that image aside, and imagine instead what it feels like to respond
The results may in part be attributable to the fact that the senior tax person was asked to respond
regarding senior management's attitude rather than that of the CEO.
How cells in sheep brains respond
is affected by the faceshown, say the scientists, who divided the responding cells into categories based on their reactions to different types of faces.
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In many communities, reports related to domestic abuse make up the largest category of calls to which police officers respond
These cells are in a lower brain area called the dorsal horn of the medulla, but are comparable to cells found in the spinal cord that respond
to pain elsewhere on the body.
Three out of five adults prefer contextual targeting - more than double the number who respond
best to demographic, geographic or behavioral targeting.
Each year, the criminal justice commission in each of the 50 States respond
to the survey.
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