Working within the European Union legal order, they reassess the scope, effectiveness, and overall coherence of existing legal definitions of organized crime, and identify whether there is a need to reappraise
The present regular council had been advised to reappraise
the propriety of decisions taken and recommendations made regarding recognition of medical and dental institutions since 2012, the minister added.
Western leaders need to reappraise
what they actually wish to achieve in Syria.
Following the feedback received from local traders, residents, and the council's economy and environment scrutiny committee a decision has been taken to reappraise
some aspects of the proposal, including the viability of offering a period of free parking," a council spokesman said.
The purpose of this presentation is to reappraise
an innovative approach to nursing education implemented in 1984 in West Virginia.
And a blank weekend will have given them a much-needed opportunity to not only reappraise
where things have gone wrong, but firmly look ahead to Thursday's visit of Dinamo Kiev.
came] up with a simple intervention that helps marriage par tners reappraise
conflict when it arises.
For Nick Couldry, the practices that felled the now-defunct British tabloid epitomise the challenge: that media, in both the technological and organisational sense, have expanded in size and ubiquity to the extent that their proprietors and practitioners must reappraise
the principle of 'media freedom' beyond its starring role in modern liberal democracies.
In the unlikely event that the council reappraise
the position and realise what they have lost, we may be able to play some role in helping put it back together.
This has led me to completely reappraise
my life as I keep wakening through the night to ask myself on where did I go wrong.
Removing items from their usual context, she seeks to encourage the viewer to reappraise
the seemingly familiar.
Tuberculosis control has failed in South Africa--time to reappraise