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COMPREHENSIVE

An early system on MIT's Whirlwind.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959].
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Can any statement be made regarding the relationship between the level of comprehensiveness and decision effectiveness?
Compared with the other core primary care functions, comprehensiveness remains relatively understudied and underprioritized (Saultz 2012).
Her spokesman Steffen Seibert says "comprehensiveness rather [than]
COMPREHENSIVENESS: encompassing the entire scope of global Jewish civilization from antiquity to present.
Fiscal comprehensiveness, control over covert banking transactions, coping with risk-ridden firms, establishing mechanisms to regulate mutual Arab expenditure in addition to establishing and Arab banking Commission reportedly featured high on Abu-Dhabi meeting.
Out of the hundred countries surveyed by International Budget Partnership - an independent budget transparency survey organisation, Pakistan has scored 58, which reflects significant improvement and demonstrates the Government's commitment to achieve budget comprehensiveness and transparency.
The report incorporates several modifications that reflect the Forum's efforts to improve its quality and comprehensiveness. In addition to updating data sources and substantively expanding several indicators, the report presents a special feature on adoption.
He also said that a harmonised legislation would provide transparency, comprehensiveness and clarity.
This model provides a framework for schools to develop and enforce their policies and can be used to evaluate their comprehensiveness and enforcement.
While comprehensiveness is a key element of primary care, (1-4) due to the complexity of measuring its multiple dimensions, there are few ways to measure and track it.

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