"failures" as setbacks, challenges, opportunities, or learning experiences.
In the last stage, we try to relabel
each previously deleted image according to the similarity between its feature and the center of each community that is reserved in Stage 2.
A troubling finding in this study was the very high rate of mislabeled specimens that were the result of allowing providers and other patient care team members to relabel
specimens that were received in the laboratory improperly labeled.
To the manufacturers, the government is basically saying: Prove it by the end of 2016, or reformulate, relabel
or remove the products at issue.
In response to the "Call for 'Bank' Entries" letter from Gregg Stockdale, and with all due respect to that unique call to action to relabel
what we do, I believe that an attempt to redefine what credit unions do as anything other than banking is counterproductive.
Rather, this is $300 million that the bureaucrats in Concord want to relabel
from "compensation" to "profit"
Figuring out the extent of relabeling is a bit trickier--we assume that if relabeling is occurring, for the most part it is probably among relatively similar products (it's easier to relabel
a high-tariff chicken as a low-tariff turkey than as a low-tariff four-door sedan).
By looking and demanding from their importers and suppliers that their products have the seal, it goes full circle to put the demand on the producers in Europe to relabel
their products if they don't already have the seal to help raise the sales at retail," she says.
The statute, however, does not require manufacturers or retailers to relabel
or remove products that don't have the labeling because they were labeled before the effective date.
"Consumers will benefit from improved food labels for products that contain food allergens." The statute, however, does not require manufacturers or retailers to relabel
or remove products that don't have the labeling, because they were labeled before the effective date.
Third, I tried to shed light on why "daring" to relabel
abilities as intelligences has led to applications Gardner did not intend, one of which Shearer advocates.
Use-by dates on packs can be meaningless, as processing plants may relabel
them several times before they reach supermarket shelves, says the consumer watchdog magazine Which?