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a choice of words and the style in which they are used in a given context.

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  • for all three questions, bls started with the question wording recommended by gemena. after the wording was reviewed by bls survey methodologists, subject matter experts, and gemena members, a few minor revisions were made to make the questions work in the context of the cps. specifically, because the cps is collected through personal and telephone interviews, respondents answer for themselves and for other members of their households. hence, a number of wording changes needed to be made to accommodate proxy respondents. bls.gov

  • in a 2011 studyexternal icon, less than 50% of focus group participants reported routinely examining product label information.  only 31% were aware that acetaminophen is in tylenol.  participants achieved consensus on an icon to identify products that contain acetaminophen, a written statement warning of potential liver damage, and indicated a preference for an icon and wording for maximum daily dose. cdc.gov

  • this report evaluates the 2010 acs content test to simplify the veteran identification question and generate more reliable and accurate estimates of veterans. the results of that testing will help determine the content to be incorporated into production acs in 2013. results from the 2006 acs content test suggested that the complexity of the existing question may result in the undercounting of veterans. because of this, the department of veterans affairs (va) proposed revisions to the categories, the wording and order of the categories, and the question instruction wording. the results of this analysis find that the estimate of veterans from the test version is comparable to the estimate from the control version. the va recommends the adoption of the test version of the veteran status questions. census.gov

  • moving through each chapter, commissioners commented as they saw fit. if their suggestions perked interest from other members, discussion led to changes in wording, unless brown or rudman expressed opposition—the kiss of death. late in the afternoon, brown called for a formal vote on the report. there were no dissenters. the smiles on the faces of staffers lit up the conference room. cia.gov

  • after facing charged testimony from nurses who said they refused to get flu shots at their medical facilities, nvac watered down its own recommendation and added wording that it's up to the discretion of healthcare facilities to decide whether to add other exemptions beyond medical reasons to their mandatory vaccine policies. everydayhealth.com

  • in 1954, during the height of the mccarthy era's "red scare," congress voted to add the phrase "under god." the legislative history of the act explains that the change served "to deny the atheistic and materialistic concepts of communism with its attendant subservience of the individual." this resulted in the current wording: factmonster.com

  • as discussed in appendix i, seemingly minor changes in question wording can affect estimates of the prevalence of functional limitations. in an attempt to limit the influence of question wording changes on comparisons between 1992 and 1998, in this report we have adopted a 7-item scale that is less sensitive than a full 12-item scale to question wording changes. hhs.gov

  • in 1954, during the height of the mccarthy era's "red scare," congress voted to add the phrase "under god." the legislative history of the act explains that the change served "to deny the atheistic and materialistic concepts of communism with its attendant subservience of the individual." this resulted in the current wording: infoplease.com

  • i agree with matthew's comments. but if you have to take the tough approach, do you have anything in your social media policy regarding unauthorized accounts and disciplinary action? it might be time to add some wording along those lines and send out an updated policy, with a deadline for all unauthorized accounts to be approved by you. if you still don't have any luck reigning them in, you could also consider reporting the account to facebook/twitter etc as unauthorized use of your trademark and have the accounts shut down. you would then be able to create accounts that you control and that they can have access to, as long as they play along nicely! mayoclinic.org

  • since the furor over the guidelines, the uspstf has backed off some of the original wording, amending language to make it clearer that the decision to have a mammogram between 40 and 49 is an "individual one," said dr. ned calonge, uspstf chair and chief medical officer of the colorado department of public health. medicinenet.com

  • it is this wording -- its mention only of state-established exchanges -- and similar wording in other parts of the provision which is at issue in the case. the plaintiffs contend that the wording means that only consumers who purchase insurance in state-run exchanges are eligible for subsidies, which would leave out consumers in the 34 states that have defaulted to the federally run exchange. medpagetoday.com

  • as all students know, being a good test-taker obscures many knowledge gaps, something that is both blessed and cursed. blessed because we can eliminate answers based on wording or information supplied by previous questions, and cursed because  “which one is incorrect?” can be followed by “which one is correct?”, which can then be followed by […] merckmanuals.com

  • following the publication of this article, an interested reader drew to our attention that the flow of the text, and the wording of numerous passages of text within the article, bore striking and unexpected similarities to the wording employed in a phd thesis by rainer tuominen of the karolinska institutet, stockholm, in 2015 called “genetic and epigenetic alterations in melanoma”. nih.gov