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Strength: For any ends, e and f, if an agent cares about e more deeply than she cares about f and it is not unreasonable of the agent to care more deeply about e than she cares about f, then the agent has a stronger pro tanto reason not take a course of action that is incompatible with e than she has not to take a course of action that is incompatible with f.
Secondly, the course of action taken by the letter writers: I suggest that ECHO Letters readers are not typically ``litter louts'' so why address comments to them?
A Soho Square spokesman said: "The matter is still in the hands of police and only when they have concluded their inquiries will the FA decide what course of action, if any, to take.
These are factors that are used to compare each course of action against all others.
Many delegations agreed with this course of action.
The course of action the physicians chose to take was quite alienated from the wishes my grandmother had expressed throughout her years of treatment.
Whether Masahito is making a decision for his team or on his own, his course of action should be the same.
A decision can be briefly characterized as the "acceptance or rejection of a course of action.
That course of action will prevent hidden damage from accumulating if excessive blood sugar concentrations subsequently develop, the panal predicts.
The RPD model emphasizes the recognition of situational dynamics as one of the key drivers in selecting a course of action.
This study presents four research questions: (1) Does tutor training affect a tutor's ability to identify an appropriate course of action for a student?
Forecast" means prospective financial statements that present, to the best of the responsible party's knowledge and belief, an entity's expected financial position, results of operations, and changes in financial position or cash flows that are based on the responsible party's assumptions reflecting conditions it expects to exist and the course of action it expects to take;