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Energy- and water-efficient appliances are among the few products that are well regulated by the federal government.
Seclusion does not include times when a student chooses to take a break from class to calm down or go to a sensory room, a space with equipment and tools to help students regulate their emotions.
NATIONAL BAN ON SCHOOL USE OF SECLUSION AND RESTRAINT OF STUDENTS INTRODUCED IN CONGRESSBY JODI S. COHEN, PROPUBLICA AND JENNIFER SMITH RICHARDS, CHICAGO TRIBUNENOVEMBER 19, 2020PROPUBLICA
With the guidance and support from mentors and the power of Mother Nature, the children learn how to cope with stress, regulate their behavior, and make positive life choices.
He ruled that Northam has the authority to regulate crowd sizes during the pandemic and that the restrictions would not prevent the gun show from going forward if its organizers abide by them.
She did note, though, that more regulatory clarity for non-bank financial companies is a goal of Coinbase’s, as it is currently regulated, much like SoFi was, by a patchwork of agencies.
She is still on the site, even while advocating that the company be broken up and regulated.
Given the delicate nature of the vaccine and its composition, it would likely need to be stored in a temperature-regulated facility to maintain stability and prolong its lifespan.
A fussy pie is best made in the well-regulated heat of an oven.
The skin itself is a living entity that can regulate its own mechanical senses through hydration.
Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb wrote that “when importation of foreign drugs is done under a regulated scheme, it really wouldn’t save money.”

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