Guidance may refer to:
- What a guide gives
- Guidance (finance), a corporation's prediction of its near-future profit or loss
- Guidance system, devices used for navigation
- Guidance Solutions, an eCommerce development company
- Guidance Software, a company that provides software for digital investigations
- Guidance Recordings, a record label
- "Guidance", an episode of Death Note
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Other articles related to "guidance":
... using the checklist contained in the guidance (water, air, climate, surface of the earth, soil, flora and fauna, landscape, resources, waste, historical buildings, population health, safety and ... Crucially the guidance stated that it was not possible to give an overall description, so a list of factors to be referenced were included in the guidance ...
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... Despite the integration of the SEA Directive, SEA guidance was restricted to a publication called Strategic Environmental Assessment of Bills and Other Proposals Examples and Experience issued in 1995 by the ... New guidance was prepared in 2002, but never published due to a change in government ... The 1995 guidance issues a six step approach with regards to the type of information that should be included within an SEA Formulating the problem and describing the process of the proposal and the alternatives ...
... One Director of Guidance and one Guidance Administrator Assistant provide guidance services ... Joseph Academy Guidance Department to serve the students and parents by providing assistance with academic planning, personal decision-making and career ... This is accomplished through our Guidance Counselor, Mrs ...
... Sperm guidance is the process by which sperm cells (spermatozoa) are directed to the oocyte (egg) for the aim of fertilization ... In the case of marine invertebrates the guidance is done by chemotaxis ...
Famous quotes containing the word guidance:
“Now narrow minds can develop as well through persecution as through benevolence; they can assure themselves of their power by tyrannizing cruelly or beneficently over others; they go the way their nature guides them. Add to this the guidance of interest, and you will have the key to most social riddles.”
—Honoré De Balzac (17991850)
“Even healthy families need outside sources of moral guidance to keep those tensions from implodingand this means, among other things, a public philosophy of gender equality and concern for child welfare. When instead the larger culture aggrandizes wife beaters, degrades women or nods approvingly at child slappers, the family gets a little more dangerous for everyone, and so, inevitably, does the larger world.”
—Barbara Ehrenreich (20th century)
“Children require guidance and sympathy far more than instruction.”
—Anne Sullivan, U.S. educator of the deaf and blind. The Last Word, ed. Carolyn Warner, ch. 16 (1992)