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Page 128 of Catholic Educational Review Vol. 14, Issue [page]

1917 Catholic Educational Review  
I do not deny that much that is noble and helpful has been destroyed or delayed in its benevolent mission by hopelessly mistaken conservatism. This is notably true in education.  ...  There is no human association of whatsoever kind, be it religious, industrial, political, ecclesiastical, or academic, that is not, by impulse, reluctant to welcome innovation. This is inevitable.  ... 

Page 564 of British Magazine and Register of Religious and Ecclesiastical Information Vol. 10, Issue [page]

1836 British Magazine and Register of Religious and Ecclesiastical Information  
Perhaps the good. bishops at Constantinople could: foresee that:the effect of the delay would be to lead even clergymen to mistake the nature of the ordinance, and to deny, as “@” has denied, that any  ...  CORRESPONDENCE,—-ON CONFIRMATION. delay, which, obtains in the churches of .Rome -_ mnemot ie a@ mere western innovation upon primitive practice ; an innovation for which, when reformers. determined to  ... 

Page 39 of National Westminster Bank. Quarterly Review Vol. , Issue [page]

1990 National Westminster Bank. Quarterly Review  
More pertinently, this self-denying ordinance has not been taken up by other countries, and no one can say whether the global volume of such gases is currently rising or declining.  ...  The resulting delays would place no great hardship on the already prosperous countries of the West. It is unlikely, however, that sanity will prevail in this respect.  ... 

NICE Innovation Scorecard - a poorly thought-out idea

Martin Duerden
2012 Prescriber  
Does the NHS stymie innovation? Why is this naming and shaming necessary?  ...  Money spent on one treatment means less available for other purposes; to preferentially fund an expensive intervention for one patient may be to deny other patients another.  ... 
doi:10.1002/psb.970 fatcat:bffdiymeprbxpnuzwak55zdyya

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

Naomi Burstyner, Tania Sourdin
2014 Victoria University Law and Justice Journal  
The question of whether justice delayed is justice denied appears to depend on whether delay is inappropriate, out of proportion or avoidable.  ...  of their issue is critical to the justice experience.  ...  The question of whether justice delayed is justice denied appears to depend on whether delay is inappropriate, out of proportion or avoidable.  ... 
doi:10.15209/vulj.v4i1.61 fatcat:ib3rohsj7ja4tcwpaxlbdqgdhy

Rewarding Incremental Innovation in Cancer Research

Prakash S Bisen
2013 Journal of Cancer Science & Therapy  
At the same time, we cannot deny importance of incremental innovation in making effective and safer drug.  ...  There is a pressing need to redefine section 3(d) of Indian Patent Act to differentiate between genuine incremental innovations against evergreening.  ... 
doi:10.4172/1948-5956.1000e123 fatcat:msedzutrdzdmxoj7so637h6xj4

Innovation and Its Enemies: Why People Resist New Technologies

Anasua Mukherjee Das
2016 Journal of Scientometric Research  
The book is recommended for the scholars of innovation and entrepreneurship studies to understand the conceptual frameworks and pragmatic approaches to disruptive innovations.  ...  As a result, many regulators deny market access to genetically-engineered foods for human consumption.  ... 
doi:10.5530/jscires.5.2.10 fatcat:tcetheieyvb3xe4iwoeks6hexu

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

Tania Sourdin, Naomi Burstyner
2016 Social Science Research Network  
The question of whether justice delayed is justice denied appears to depend on whether delay is inappropriate, out of proportion or avoidable.  ...  of their issue is critical to the justice experience.  ...  The question of whether justice delayed is justice denied appears to depend on whether delay is inappropriate, out of proportion or avoidable.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2721531 fatcat:kojctjuxube7hfiztzfjndrkra

The life-history basis of behavioural innovations

Daniel Sol, Ferran Sayol, Simon Ducatez, Louis Lefebvre
2016 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
The evolutionary origin of innovativeness remains puzzling because innovating means responding to novel or unusual problems and hence is unlikely to be selected by itself.  ...  In support of this claim, we present comparative evidence showing that in birds, (i) innovative propensity is linked to life histories that prioritize future over current reproduction, (ii) the link is  ...  González-Voyer for statistical advice, Alejandro González-Voyer and two anonymous reviewers for insightful comments on a previous version of the manuscript, and Simon Reader, Andrea Griffin, Julie Morand-Ferron, Denis  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2015.0187 pmid:26926277 pmcid:PMC4780529 fatcat:xntl5luozrbshjgeyxafsugwyy

How to Stop Digitalization - An E-Government Pilot Project Case Study

Birgit Schenk, Tobias Giesebrecht
2018 Central and Eastern European eDem and eGov Days  
Pilot projects are a means of learning whether the promises of an E-Government-innovation hold true.  ...  Furthermore we use them to deduce recommendations for improving the innovation-readiness of public administrations.  ...  Background Culture of Innovation and Innovation Projects in the public Sector Innovation is an act of creative destruction [21] .  ... 
doi:10.24989/ocg.v331.20 fatcat:u7isflguizeelpzrdjwo4z3pyy

A NOTABLE INNOVATION

1912 American journal of public health (New York, N.Y. : 1912)  
A NOTABLE INNOVATION It is interesting to look back over the span of years since the New York Department of Heilth placed tuberculosis on the list of reportable diseases.  ...  It is suggested that public health officers do not wait for this, btut place the name of the Managing Editor on their mailing list without delay.  ... 
doi:10.2105/ajph.2.3.169-a fatcat:cd64mrcabvbrpol5fa7srr5rbq

Initial Pages & Editorial

Efstathios Kefallonitis, Tay Koo, Iva Bulatovic
2020 The Journal of Air Transport Studies (JATS)  
, and baggage delay, loss, or damage.  ...  The results show that passengers are unaware of their legal rights and dissatisfied with the outcome of their complaints concerning the main sources of disruption: flight delay/cancellation denied boarding  ... 
doi:10.38008/jats.v11i1.149 fatcat:tqbu5fgijrgppcbqskzqggdfgq

Access Denied? The Unintended Consequences of Pending Drug Pricing Rules

Alan Kaplan, David J. Stewart, Gerald Batist, Silvana Spadafora, Sandeep Sehdev, Shaun G. Goodman
2022 Current Oncology  
Access to effective medications is a cornerstone of healthcare for Canadian patients.  ...  We do not take issue with the goal of medication affordability, which is vital in healthcare the world over.  ...  Access to effective medications is a cornerstone of healthcare for Canadian patients. Yet, compared to Americans, Canadians already face long delays before they can access effective new medications.  ... 
doi:10.3390/curroncol29040204 pmid:35448178 pmcid:PMC9025245 fatcat:pvsfdjqyw5bnblcwt6fjsvdjg4

Page 243 of The Monthly Repository Vol. 13, Issue 148 [page]

1818 The Monthly Repository  
Is this the language of one who knew that he was opposing a great and dangerous innovation? Is this the spirit with which Tertullian would plead in such a case?  ...  “Delay,” says he, “ is very useful. Why should their spottsors be brought into danger’ Let them come when they are grown up. Let them be made Christians when they can know Christ.  ... 

The UK role in conservation

Henry Gee
1991 Nature  
In 'Science and Innovation', the government slams the Labour Party for proposing that "tax distortions and Whitehall civil servants would be better at bringing about innovation than the industrial innovators  ...  A spokesman for the space agency said the delay would not affect the quality of the ERS-1 observations, which can begin whenever the satellite is launched.  ... 
doi:10.1038/351596a0 fatcat:kqjiucqrqvcllk36n4wudblbri
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