Zimmerman and Risemberg (1997) identify outlining as a self-regulatory process for creating and organizing written
Any reasonable written
document that acknowledges the client is aware that the information may be disclosed and confirms in writing the client's permission for the disclosure.
I am no closer to resolving my own questions about the efficacy of requiring written
lesson plans, although I will undoubtedly continue to require them.
Specifically, in May 2005, Treasury modified the final Circular 230 regulations governing written
Reliance on the written
advice to help avoid imposition of a penalty under the "reasonable cause" standards; and
By correlating signs to written
words, SignBank helps improve literacy among deaf-born adults and children, who often have difficulty learning to read a spoken language based on sounds they have never heard.
In other words, the application has to wait for the written
data to be written
to the local and remote storage before it can continue processing.
For example, I wrote a novella about inner-city youths called Different Blood, which was probably the best thing I'd ever written
, but when I tried to sell it, I was told that it was too short, that I should make it novel length.
Most of the 14 articles are written
within the approach already familiar from earlier conferences, which mainly consists in presenting a specific source and discussing it from one or more angles.
The Federal Reserve Board on May 14, 2004, announced the execution of a written
agreement by and among Putnam-Greene Financial Corporation, Eatonton, Georgia; The Citizens Bank of Cochran, Cochran, Georgia; the Banking Commissioner of the State of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia; and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
What is remarkable about books in our time is that though a book is published by a publisher, distributed several thousand copies at a time, written
about in the press, and discussed in book groups and review sections, it is in most cases still written
alone and read alone.
Most convent histories were written
by the abbess or the prioress and were intended primarily for the religious community and its benefactors.