Sources: 英汉原子能大词典; 英汉冶金大词典; 英汉化学大词典; CC-CEDICT
The problem is planning in detail things that cannot be planned at all, because not enough is known, and then holding the team "accountable" for adherence to the fabrication.
The researchers tested the subjects ’ mental acuity at three - year intervals, and tracked their degree of adherence to the Mediterranean diet on a 55 - point scale.
There are absolutely conditions, such as adherence to a moral code.
This adherence to its roots is very similar to Nirvana as their career was about making music and not catering to the industry.
Holdbrooks has more in common with his former colleagues than he realises: their allegiance to the army is matched by his adherence to faith.
Kasoulides congratulated China on its accession to the WTO and reaffirmed Cyprus' principled position on adherence to One China policy.
With low rates of adherence, which are not necessarily the patients' fault, drug resistance can be more common , he added.
The researchers calculated adherence by comparing the number of months a patient was prescribed drugs with the number of months the drugs were actually dispensed from pharmacies.
In one case where the productivity index was low, the inspector showed little motivation for the inspection and low adherence to the technique.
Naps must be taken every four hours on the dot; small deviations become possible only after at least a solid month of perfect or darn -near- perfect adherence to the schedule.