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com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Just What the Doctor Ordered http://www.
Investors need to inject their own medicine in failing deals, and bringing in the right team to guide assets to success is just what the doctor ordered.
Even if the Laughing Place simply distracts a child's attention away from their pain and illness for just a moment, the project will be worthwhile--in fact, it might be just what the doctor ordered," says Lambert.
At a time when headlines suggesting that birth control pills could pose serious long-term dangers had led many women to seek a safer alternative, the Dalkon Shield developed by Davis and his engineer partner, Irwin Lerner, seemed to be just what the doctor ordered.
Whether you're looking for a cure to your PC's pest problem or a way to ensure your system remains healthy, this program is just what the doctor ordered.
It's just what the doctor ordered to reduce the stresses of the day.
But now a series of Pilates (Puh-lah-teez) tapes by Seattle fitness guru Hilary Burnett is just what the doctor ordered.
If your prescription for a perfect vacation calls for palm trees, sportsfishing and dramatic sunsets among other things, then Manzanillo/Costalegre is just what the doctor ordered," said Gregg Saretsky, Alaska's vice president of marketing and planning.