Enter Pete, also an epitome - this time, of the just-in-case
traveller, the latest in a long line of just-in-case
travellers, harking back to the days when an air traffic control strike could leave a person stranded in, say, Woolamaloonga or Terra Fuego or Outer Mongolia.
People have also told me they sometimes shop with a just-in-case
scenario in mind.For example, just in case guests show up.
If ED health professionals stopped and took a moment to think about the "just-in-case
" PIVC, would they conclude that this practice was best for the patient?
Though she had packed her just-in-case
bag and thought she was prepared to flee, Cara desperately worries about Mike and does not want to leave without him.
What started as a few essentials wind up as a stack of 'just-in-case
Why do you think Naomi was driving Madison's "just-in-case
The paradigm for library acquisitions and collection development has shifted from a subjective "just-in-case
" model to an evidencebased "just-in-time" one.
Companies that virtualize their inventories can not only save costs by reducing the number of parts made just-in-case
but also can produce smaller quantities cost effectively and with the same quality, in addition to minimizing lead-times because parts are produced closer to where they are needed.
(Even if that means building a nest) I will practice the 'rock and Roll.' I will stop 'Just-in-Case
Basics chapter provides basic recipes for such homemade staples as vegetable broth, slow simmered seitan, chapatis, corn tortillas, 30-minute brown rice, and more.
"We want everyone to get better and so we use just-in-case
Lucky then that I only packed two sets and left plenty of room for a "just-in-case