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Focus on your formOne of the best things about exercising under the supervision of a professional is that you have someone there to correct your form.
USE TIKTOK TO BUILD THE PERFECT WORKOUTSANDRA GUTIERREZ G.SEPTEMBER 17, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
The first sanctioned CRISPR baby experiments should be narrowly restricted to couples who otherwise cannot have healthy children—a relatively rare pool of people—and likely require international, collaborative supervision.
A CRISPR BABY FUTURE? NEW REPORT OUTLINES PATH TO HUMAN GERMLINE EDITINGSHELLY FANSEPTEMBER 15, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
Production at their factories restarted later that year following inspections, and China’s National Institutes for Food and Drug Control pledged to redouble supervision of the vaccine industry.
CHINA HAS QUIETLY VACCINATED MORE THAN 100,000 PEOPLE FOR COVID-19 BEFORE COMPLETING SAFETY TRIALSLILI PIKESEPTEMBER 11, 2020VOX
Microsoft is participating in a Bright Horizons arrangement similar to Accenture’s, offering “school-day supervision” to children of employees who are learning remotely.
THE BEST BACK-TO-SCHOOL BENEFITS COMPANIES ARE OFFERING THEIR EMPLOYEESEHINCHLIFFESEPTEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
It all goes back to supervision and whether those frontline supervisors are holding people accountable for their work product.
WHAT CAN MAYORS DO WHEN THE POLICE STOP DOING THEIR JOBS?BY ALEC MACGILLISSEPTEMBER 3, 2020PROPUBLICA
So we’re in charge of regulation and supervision to many of the banks and financial institutions in the economy.
FED UP (EP. 390)STEPHEN J. DUBNERSEPTEMBER 26, 2019FREAKONOMICS
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WORDS RELATED TO SUPERVISION

  • abridgement
  • austerity
  • care
  • carefulness
  • caution
  • curtailment
  • cutback
  • decrease
  • deduction
  • direction
  • discretion
  • husbandry
  • layoff
  • meanness
  • miserliness
  • moratorium
  • niggardliness
  • parcity
  • parsimony
  • providence
  • prudence
  • recession
  • reduction
  • regulation
  • restraint
  • retrenchment
  • rollback
  • shrinkage
  • sparingness
  • stinginess
  • supervision
  • thrift
  • thriftiness
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