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  • But what we've done is to settle on a fairly sturdy set of PT exercises that incorporate several important facets of vestibular rehab including self-check, and we've figured out sort of a timeline for when to try going to doing them less often, by how much less often, what to do if that doesn't immediately go well, etc.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • He started with a self-check, knowing that leading a team through an Orange transformation would require the best he had to offer, including personal leadership in goal setting, communication, trust, accountability, and recognition.

    The Orange Revolution

  • Every two hours, you need to do a self-check, Martin told her.

    Crave

  • There I found all the information I needed – from the definition of the CV up to the self-check.

    Writers’ Podcasts for March Offer Action, Advice, and Affirmation

  • In the bakery section, the girls met up again with James, who gave them his wallet and a bag of dog food, instructing Destiny to pay for the item with cash at the self-check out and to meet him outside at the car.

    Al Norman: Another Wal-Mart "Shoplifting" Nightmare

  • The increase in the number of citizens who do not vote or who are undecided until almost the day the polls open (as well as the uncertainty in opinion polls) and the need for public institutions and political organisations to promote participation, has fostered the proliferation of applications conceived as ideological self-check tools.

    Technology in aid of ideology

  • It is possible you could avoid human labor in retail, with self-check out, but grocery stores usually have low margins and they would have to either compensate for theft through higher prices or extra security.

    Madrick's Case for Big Government, David Henderson | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Also, newspapers have traditionallyt viewed themselves as a voice for the people or a voice for disfavored and ill-treated groups - and this voice cannot remain clear if the paper has to constantly be self-check as to whether their stories cross a line between “educational” and “advocacy” - especially when their oppositional targets are likely to be influencing where that line is drawn after the fact.

    Of Freedom of Speech, Gov’t Gag Orders and ABC News - Dan_Perrin’s blog - RedState

  • I recommend doing your self-check on the day of your birthday.

    Simple Skin Beauty

  • Lately, the only following I receive is people standing uncomfortably close to me as I self-check out at the grocery store.

    Ineftitude: Getting in Touch with your Inner Lizard

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