Low-cost private schools are increasingly popular.
The ACA fuses government subsidies and private health insurance.
Making a Slack channel private can help keep information confidential.
In the army of the People’s Republic of China, private second class ranks below private first class.
The first is whether this is a private-school problem.
Why shouldn't private companies administer NHS hospitals?
In 2017, only 23% of private prisoners were in federal prisons.
Unfortunately, the CARES Act doesn’t cover private student loans, including any federal student loans you refinanced through a private lender.
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“There is a narrative that these figures challenge which is that the private sector or private finance will … be the saviour of developing countries ...
As in an Accusation of Murder, if the accuser be a Private man, the plea is a Private plea; if the accuser be the Soveraign, the plea is a Publique plea.
"The rise of private collection 'museums' has now grown into private collections moving into what we might call private-public museums," she said.
The systematic use of these “private attorneys general” to promote public interests points to a deeper reason why the critics err when they treat the bilateral nature of private litigation as essential.
Mr Lardy, who has written extensively on the subject, defines the private sector to include all self-employment, all registered private firms and all companies in which the sole or dominant shareholder is private.
“Once abortion leaves the public sphere, it enters the grey zone of the private: private arrangements, private health care and – the most private aspect – private worries,” Chełstowska writes.
In one, a multi-racial, but still disproportionately white, minority lives in a privatised bubble: private security, private schools, private health care and, increasingly, private (solar or generator) electricity and (borehole) water, too.
Asked how many wards were for private patients, the Marsden said it operated “an integrated model of NHS and private care and regularly utilises beds that have been earmarked as private for NHS patients or NHS for private patients based on clinical need or at times when capacity is strained”.
There are several other rooms and suites with private pools and hot tubs, too, including the King Hideaway Suite with a private hot tub from $1,136 per night, the King Pueblo Suite with a private pool from $1,420 per night, and the El Presidente suite with both a private pool and hot tub from $1,616 per night.
The audit conducted by the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN), established in 2014 to bring greater transparency to the private health sector, showed that 287 out of 595 private hospitals and NHS private patient units (PPUs) provided information on Never Events between 1 January and 31 December 2019.
If the child goes to a private nursery and a private university, and receives two hours of private tuition on each school day and eight at the weekends, with a summer maths camp thrown in—a fairly standard routine for a child of Chinese professionals—he or she will spend as much time in the private as in the state sector.
- concerning things deeply private and personal
- an enlisted man of the lowest rank in the Army or Marines
Example: our prisoner was just a private and knew nothing of value
- confined to particular persons or groups or providing privacy
Example: a private place
- concerning one person exclusively
- not expressed
Example: secret (or private) thoughts
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If the child goes to a private nursery and a private university and receives two hours of private tuition on each school day and eight at the weekends with a summer maths camp thrown in—a fairly standard routine for a child of Chinese professionals—he or she will spend as much time in the private as in the state sector