abusively : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an abusive manner
he behaved abusively toward his children
- Pinker distinguishes cathartic cursing from using profanity descriptively, idiomatically, abusively or for emphasis, and points to similar behavior in animals that suggests its .
- She tricks people into handing the child over to them, then travels with the child for a long time and behaves extremely abusively, but just as suddenly abandons Aisha.
- Le Pen, who has declared himself a candidate in next year's presidential elections, claimed that his reply had been "abusively interpreted" and blamed the furor on "the pro .
News & Articles
- No Easy Definition for ‘Abusive’ Prescribing
by Charles Ornstein and Tracy Weber When the agency that runs Medicare announced last week that it would take action against doctors who prescribe abusively in its massive drug program – perhaps banning them – it raised an interesting question. What exactly constitutes “abusive” prescribing? On this point, the Centers for Medicare and Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is treading carefully ...
Jan. 14, 2014 - ProPublica
- How many prescriptions are too many?
When the agency that runs Medicare announced last week that it would take action against doctors who prescribe abusively in its massive drug program perhaps banning them it raised an interesting question.
Jan. 14, 2014 - Denver Post
- Richard Blumenthal in New Haven Register (subscription)
Our state has zero tolerance for insurers that abusively and arbitrarily rescind insurance policies and deny claims,Blumenthal said in a written statement. "We will hold insurers to their moral and legal obligations to consumers, and now...
- Heather Mills in guardian.co.uk
How Mills described McCartney's treatment of her: "Prior to their separation at the end of April 2006 the husband treated the wife abusively and/or violently culminating in the unhappy events of 25 April 2006 upon which, in her oral submissions, she...
- Philip Zimbardo in Political Affairs Magazine
After reviewing the literature, Zimbardo, Nussbaum reports, concluded "that situational features, far more than underlying dispositional features of people's characters, explain why people behave cruelly and abusively to others."