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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.
It could have fallen on its face," he says, but instead "it was just what the doctor ordered.
Now Terra, NASA's newest satellite, may be just what the doctor ordered.
It's just what the doctor ordered to reduce the stresses of the day.
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.
Finally a good news story involving a positive role model -- it's just what the doctor ordered to psychologically uplift the mood of the U.
According to Beecham, such a system may be just what the doctor ordered to help limit the spread of sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes Type 2, Hepatitis B and C and Syphilis.