There are some techniques available to DBAs to minimize lock timeouts
Both Sharapova and Ivanovic are through the first round of the Open, and the statements that the Russian has made about penalizing medical timeouts
have reached Ivanovic.
There was one instance of a timeout
taken before a serving succession was started and this was not included in the analyses.
Time expired before Russell Wilson could spike the ball in Oregon's 45-38 victory over the Badgers in the Rose Bowl on Monday night, but the Wisconsin quarterback would not have had to worry about the clock if the Badgers had not used a couple of timeouts
early in the second half.
In the operating room, a standard TIMEOUT
is conducted wherein the circulating nurse clearly verbalizes that a right ring finger extensor tendon repair is to be performed.
ribbon procedure controls for some of the negative side effects of timeout
, but also raises additional concerns.
If you're USC and they call timeout
, it's like, 'OK, you want to keep playing, let's play.
from the classroom and putting him in timeout
might have gone so far as to deprive him of a protected interest in a public education, but the circuit judges, unlike the district court, concluded that 21 timeouts
totaling approximately 12 hours over two and a half months did not go that far.
This is a logical time for a coach to call a timeout
Since the procedure was first discussed in literature nearly a half century ago (Baer, 1961), timeout
has been incorporated into countless classroom teachers' behavior management plans for students.
In addition, more participants from the 10-s and 20-s timeout
groups exhibited learning on this task earlier in the session than in the other time-out groups and all three time-out groups had more participants who learned the task compared with the 0-s time-out group by the end of the session.
(see below) might not work because of a lack of praise and other reinforcers in the child's time-in setting.