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  • Patients waiting or recovering from total joint arthroplasty (TJA) are at risk for falls which can lead to restriction of activity and negatively impact recovery. The objective of this scoping review is to critically appraise and synthesize the evidence in the reported number of falls, fear of falling, and risk factors associated with falls in older patients waiting for or recovering from TJA.

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  • Predictive gene expression modelling is an important tool in computational biology due to the volume of high-throughput sequencing data generated by recent consortia. However, the scope of previous studies has been restricted to a small set of cell-lines or experimental conditions due an inability to leverage distributed processing architectures for large, sharded data-sets.

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  • Through International Labour Organization’s indicators of forced labour, author identifies some forms of violence towards female domestic workers in Ho Chi Minh City nowadays. There are different types of domestic work, but within the scope of research paper, the author will focus on two main groups of female domestic workers, i.e. domestic workers in private households and patient caretakers. They represent two different working environments, but have one thing in common, which is the higher frequency of contact with their employers compared to the other groups.

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  • Diets that restrict energy or macronutrient intake (e.g. fasting/ketogenic diets (KDs)) may selectively protect non-tumour cells during cancer treatment. Previous reviews have focused on a subset of dietary restrictions (DR) or have not performed systematic searches.

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  • The software techniques provide burst of unrealistic data for limited time, restricting the scope of performance measurement and evaluation. Hardware data generation systems can be both expensive and inflexible. There is a need for more realistic DNS data traffic which can be used for flexible and cost effective performance measurement over a longer period for thorough evaluation.

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  • the one hand rearrange a whole sentence in order to respect certain stylistic rules and on the other hand modify the order of these sentences. Some of them may be deleted and others added. In any ease, in order to be able to generate a coherent text by means of the information extracted from a source text, it seems most important to us to understand what the text is refering to. We have restricted our scope to economic geography texts, taken from a French review named ATLASECO.

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  • preconstructed dictionaries or thesauruses. Even in this relatively simplified environment one does not normally undertake a linguistic analysis of any scope. In fact, syntactic and semantic analysis have been used in b i b l i o g r a p h i c information retrieval only under special circumstances to analyze query phrases [22], to process structured text samples of a certain kind, [7,15], or finally to process texts in severely restricted topic areas. [2] Where s p e c i a l conditions do n o t o b t a i n , the preferred approach in...

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  • Certain restrictions on possible scopings of quantifiednoun phrases in natural language are usually expressed in terms of formal constraints on binding at a level of logical form. Such reliance on the form rather than the content of semantic interpretations goes against the spirit of compositionality. I will show that those scoping restrictions follow from simple and fundamental facts about functional application and abstraction, and can be expressed as constraints on the derivation of possible meanings for sentences rather than constraints of the alleged forms of those meanings. ...

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  • In terms of their attitudes towards the benefi ts of work and accumulating wealth, New Zealanders do not differ markedly from respondents from the comparator countries. New Zealand has a high-quality regulatory environment. It is assessed by the World Bank as being second in the OECD (and third in the world) for overall ease of doing business. However, there is still scope for New Zealand to further improve its performance in certain sub-indicators.

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  • Previous work on quantifier scope annotation focuses on scoping sentences with only two quantified noun phrases (NPs), where the quantifiers are restricted to a predefined list. It also ignores negation, modal/logical operators, and other sentential adverbials. We present a comprehensive scope annotation scheme. We annotate the scope interaction between all scopal terms in the sentence from quantifiers to scopal adverbials, without putting any restriction on the number of scopal terms in a sentence. ...

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  • Automated grammar correction techniques have seen improvement over the years, but there is still much room for increased performance. Current correction techniques mainly focus on identifying and correcting a specific type of error, such as verb form misuse or preposition misuse, which restricts the corrections to a limited scope. We introduce a novel technique, based on a noisy channel model, which can utilize the whole sentence context to determine proper corrections.

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  • In the course of updating the earlier research, the authors reviewed the 12 regulatory categories covered in the original report and eliminated three of them (restrictions on portraying children, athletic achievement, and intoxication) because of their limited scope and the difficulty in enforcing them. Two of the earlier placement categories (outdoor ads near children and outdoor ads near schools, playgrounds, and churches) had substantial overlap and were combined into a single “outdoor ads” category.

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  • The Recommendations refer to the marketing of products and services. They do not refer explicitly to the promotion of brands (as distinct from products and services); however, as certain brands and organizations are clearly associated with products or services whose marketing could fall within the scope of the Recommendations, efforts to restrict marketing in this area also need to consider how brands are marketed. Advertising is only one form of marketing among many, including sponsorship and product placement.

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  • Business financial decisions are not made in a vacuum. An ‘obvious’ decision may often have to be tempered by an appreciation of the restrictions imposed by the prevailing environment. Although it is beyond our scope to consider the full social, political and economic complexity of the financial decision-making context, we provide an overview of the key features of the UK financial and economic system. A sound grasp of the framework for financial decisions is essential if the reader is to appreciate fully the issues discussed in subsequent chapters of this book....

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  • Modified GAGAS compliance statement: Stating either that (1) the auditor performed the audit in accordance with GAGAS, except for specific applicable requirements that were not followed, or (2) because of the significance of the departure(s) from the requirements, the auditor was unable to and did not perform the audit in accordance with GAGAS. Situations when auditors use modified compliance statements also include scope limitations, such as restrictions on access to records, government officials, or other individuals needed to conduct the audit.

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  • During the last decade consumer groups, parents and teachers’ bodies, and public health advocacy organisations have called for greater control on the marketing of foods and beverages to children. A number of authoritative reports have highlighted the need to restrict such marketing to ensure that children are not unduly influenced to consume foods high in fats, sugar and salt. A 2009 review of regulations (the PolMark study1) suggested that successful regulation required government leadership with specified timelines and clear, measurable objectives.

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  • In proportion as the machine industry gained ground, and as the modern concatenation of industrial processes and of markets developed, the conjunctures of business grew more varied and of larger scope at the same time that they became more amenable to shrewd manipulation. The pecuniary side of the enterprise came to require more unremitting attention, as the chances for gain or loss through business relatIons simply, aside from mere industrial efficiency, grew greater in number and magnitude.

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  • That said, a variety of alternatives present themselves. The first is to use data on the difference between growth prior to the crisis and its trough. This measure, however, may be sensitive to the phase of an economy’s business cycle during 2007 and does not incorporate the duration of the crisis. Another possibility is to use forecast data and consider downward revisions and disappointments. Such a measure unnecessarily restricts the scope of the exercise, as data are not available for a broad sample of countries.

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  • Despite their significant role in availing financial services to underprivileged groups and communities, the involvement of savings banks in the microfinance’s arena is often overlooked as many are still restricted from lending and offering microcredit schemes. However, these restrictions are progressively lifted, fully or partially, allowing a few to expand the scope of their operations.

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  • To illustrate why the ring-fencing of market making activities would be that detrimental an example can be provided: Since the Liikanen Report does not recommend including underwriting within the ring-fence, commercial banks could still engage in these activities. Nevertheless, if these banks were to go to the secondary market to place these securities, then this activity would be considered as market making and therefore would be included in the ring-fencing scope.

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