The differing penalties apportioned to the four guilty jockeys highlight the relative severity of their crimes.
What does R-S stand for?
R-S stands for Relative Severity
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We have 170 other meanings of R-S in our Acronym Attic
- Reverse Packet Data Channel
- Realistic Pro-Active Earliest Due Date
- Renal Artery Pulsatility Index (cardiology)
- R-Phenylisopropyl Adenosine
- Reduced Parallel Interference Cancellation
- Reverse Pilot Channel
- Restoration of Portal Vein Flow
- Reverse Request Channel
- Reading-Spelling Disabled (child psychology)
- Repression-Sensitization Scale (clinical psychology)
- Reverse-Order Source/Drain
- Receptor Selection and Amplification Technology
- Reverse Supplemental Code Channel Type
- Reverse Supplemental Channel
- Reverse Supplemental Channel Type
- Roaming Signalling Gateway
- Arginine-Soluble NSF (N-Ethylmaleimide-Sensitive Factor) Attachment Protein Receptor
- Rehabilitation Survey of Problems and Coping
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9 million in the 2010 survey, reflecting the relative severity of the last recession.
This additional information on the individual's behavior, risks, and strengths--backed by the use of a clinical decision support tool--provide the caseworker with greater insight, measures of the relative severity of the individual's symptoms, and a set of evidence-based treatment approaches matched to the individual's symptoms.
Regardless of how many CISDs you've conducted in the past or the relative severity of the current one, always, always debrief with another professional after each session and give yourself space in between.
The answer to this will depend on the relative severity and the interaction of the problems, as is the case in all types of counseling.
Behavior problems were not a secondary reaction to asthma in this group of young children, and the relative severity of atopic dermatitis was not significantly associated with behavior.