Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
"Disease is the most cost-ineffective thing we do today," says an American professor of medicine and engineering.
Such funds, say the petitioners, have been squandered in “expensive, cost-ineffective projects”.
I am further opposed to the cost-ineffective proposal to pay the difference in wages for returning high-earners.
High-tech resuscitation I knew, would be painful and cost-ineffective.
The really silly thing here is that Medicare already has the ability to deny coverage for services it deems cost-ineffective.
Government policies must be carefully formulated so that the individual measures do not undermine one another, or create a rigid and cost-ineffective framework.
Nevertheless, it is likely that it will become cost-ineffective to extract the remaining residues earlier rather than later.
Opponents would argue that universalism is cost-ineffective and unfairly distorts individual efforts.
"Not a cost-ineffective human like Clementine."
Prodplacing is cost-ineffective and unsuited to products that cannot be differentiated by quality and function.
Three questions for a very long flight to Oslo, including a stopover in Copenhagen, is cost-ineffective journalism.
He decribes the link as "simply a prestige project which makes no economic sense at all and is extraordinarily expensive and totally cost-ineffective."
The main problem in addressing other health priorities is that the most efficacious interventions available are not cost-ineffective in low-income settings.
(One of the competing proposals was to build an Adelaide underground transport system, but proved to be cost-ineffective in comparison).
In contrast to a deterrent of punishment, a preventive police force would deter criminality by making crime cost-ineffective - "crime doesn't pay".
However, in 2008 the BBC admitted that the energy system was being used for emergency purposes only as it had become cost-ineffective to use full-time.
Mr. Bennett would place less emphasis on cost-ineffective border interdiction and headline-grabbing prosecutions of drug "kingpins."
Like its predecessor, Dragon Quest VI did not receive an English-language localization because of being cost-ineffective.
Unlike 16mm and larger formats, the capability to make a film-based work print does not exist for Super-8 in the U.S., because it would be cost-ineffective.
Everything else was either original or refurbished diesel multiple unit, or the popular but cost-ineffective combination of diesel locomotives and cast-off main line carriages.
"It's very cost-ineffective to require that a couple sit with a therapist in a private office, an hour at a time, to get information," says Sollee, herself a marriage therapist.
A variety of problems has been documented, including the overuse and underuse of drug therapy, prescribing errors, treatment non-compliance, and cost-ineffective prescribing.
There is at this time no known magic "cut off", and spending fewer resources than needed to do the job right will be as cost-ineffective as spending the money poorly.
However, there are industry pundits who reckon all this uncalled-for and cost-ineffective activity will cripple company budgets and we'll be staring the next recession in the face about 2,002.
Mr. Reagan's stated goal of a leakproof shield against Soviet ballistic missiles is widely regarded as either impossible or cost-ineffective when measured against likely improvements in offenses.
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