Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at implemented.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Implemented with U.S. partners, New York City's Emerging Pictures and its Ballet in Cinema program, with Colorado-based NCM Fathom joining for this particular performance, the screenings expand exponentially Hallberg's global exposure.

    Debra Levine: David Hallberg, Matinee Idol, in Bolshoi Ballet "Sleeping Beauty" Simulcast This Weekend

  • Implemented with U.S. partners, New York City's Emerging Pictures and its Ballet in Cinema program, with Colorado-based NCM Fathom joining for this particular performance, the screenings expand exponentially Hallberg's global exposure.

    Debra Levine: David Hallberg, Matinee Idol, in Bolshoi Ballet "Sleeping Beauty" Simulcast This Weekend

  • Implemented in 1998, with the goal of universal coverage for four-year-olds, New York's pre-K program serves only 43 percent of children, and has seen a decline in per/child spending from $4,943 in 2002 to $3,668 in 2009, moving New York down the rankings in state spending from a respectable 11 in 2003 to an embarrassing 23 in 2009.

    Susan Ochshorn: Our Future: On the Chopping Block

  • Tax breaks – already Implemented/Increased Unemployment Benifits for people out of work.

    Poll: Stimulus not working

  • Implemented in 1998, with the goal of universal coverage for four-year-olds, New York's pre-K program serves only 43 percent of children, and has seen a decline in per/child spending from $4,943 in 2002 to $3,668 in 2009, moving New York down the rankings in state spending from a respectable 11 in 2003 to an embarrassing 23 in 2009.

    Susan Ochshorn: Our Future: On the Chopping Block

  • Implemented in 1998, with the goal of universal coverage for four-year-olds, New York's pre-K program serves only 43 percent of children, and has seen a decline in per/child spending from $4,943 in 2002 to $3,668 in 2009, moving New York down the rankings in state spending from a respectable 11 in 2003 to an embarrassing 23 in 2009.

    Susan Ochshorn: Our Future: On the Chopping Block

  • One treatment plan: Implemented in some federally qualified health centers, this takes co-location a step further, offering primary care and behavioral health services as part of one treatment plan, rather than just side-by-side under the same roof.

    4 new models for mental health care

  • Implemented savagely, collectivization brought famine.

    Savagery in the East

  • One treatment plan: Implemented in some federally qualified health centers, this takes co-location a step further, offering primary care and behavioral health services as part of one treatment plan, rather than just side-by-side under the same roof.

    4 treatment models to combat mental health stigma

  • Implemented in 1998, with the goal of universal coverage for four-year-olds, New York's pre-K program serves only 43 percent of children, and has seen a decline in per/child spending from $4,943 in 2002 to $3,668 in 2009, moving New York down the rankings in state spending from a respectable 11 in 2003 to an embarrassing 23 in 2009.

    Susan Ochshorn: Our Future: On the Chopping Block

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.