(a.) Enjoying, or treated with, confidence; trusted in; trustworthy; as, a confidential servant or clerk.
(a.) Communicated in confidence; secret.
(1) Unfortunately, due to confidentiality clauses that have been imposed on us by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, we are unable to provide our full names and … titles … However, we believe the evidence that will be submitted will validate the statements that we are making in this submission.” The submission detailed specific allegations – including names and dates – of sexual abuse of child detainees, violence and bullying of children, suicide attempts by children and medical neglect.
(2) Dilemmas of trust, confidentiality, and professional competence highlight the limits of professional ethical codes.
(3) This paper raises other issues for consideration, including problems associated with HIV testing, confidentiality, informed consent and the dilemmas facing those involved in the treatment of patients suffering from HIV infection.
(4) Angela Barnes As I understand it, dating websites are supposed to provide a confidential forum for the exchange of personal information between people who do not yet know each other but might like to.
(5) The Dacre review panel, which included Sir Joseph Pilling, a retired senior civil servant, and the historian Prof Sir David Cannadine, said Britain now had one of the "less liberal" regimes in Europe for access to confidential government papers and that reform was needed to restore some trust between politicians and people.
(6) The survey takes roughly 8 minutes to complete and all answers are confidential.
(7) Of course those are confidential [pieces of] information and only for the judges, not for the public,” the official said.
(8) In one email contained in the file it is alleged a senior News International journalist agreed a police contact should receive a "four-figure sum" for leaking a confidential document containing the movements, locations and phone numbers of members of the royal family.
(9) In this investigation, reanalysis of responses to case vignettes obtained from 436 psychologists, psychiatrists, and internists revealed that on the issue of confidentiality management, these health care providers discriminate among cases involving: Premeditated harm to others, socially irresponsible acts with possible dire consequences to self or others, and minor theft.
(10) More than 50% of condom requests are made using these confidential forms.
(11) The letter contains confidential information that could be used by the carmakers’ rivals, he said.
(12) Psychiatrists in the U.S. have raised a host of issues related to their experience with peer review including a concern for the patient's confidentiality, the need to correlate normative standards with local customary practice, the significance of the reviewer's theoretical orientation and training, the optimal documentation required and the impact of peer review on the reimbursement of claims for services rendered.
(13) In response to gaps in existing legal protections, it suggests parameters for a model law protecting the confidentiality of genetic information collected in the workplace.
(14) It is now apparent that a large amount of confidential Sony Pictures Entertainment data has been stolen by the cyberattackers, including personnel information and business documents,” it said.
(15) "I had a not altogether satisfactory talk with Mark this morning" begins a typical confidential memo from Nigel Wicks, Mrs Thatcher's principal private secretary, to the British ambassador in Washington.
(16) Swinney admitted in that confidential memo that the "ageing profile of our population" and Scotland's reliance on volatile oil revenues could mean serious cost pressures on an independent state's spending.
(17) The UK government continues to support millions of people on benefits with an £80bn working-age welfare safety net in place.” Separately, the UN committee on the rights of persons with disabilities is holding confidential hearings in the UK as part of an investigation into the effects of welfare cuts, during which it will speak to campaigners, lawyers and service users.
(18) The results suggest that when physicians decide to protect a third party by breaching an HIV-infected patient's confidentiality, their decision may be influenced in some cases by the race, sex, and sexual preference of the patient.
(19) There is no penalty for appealing this decision, and your name and other details will be kept confidential."
(20) Julian Huppert, a Lib Dem member of the Commons home affairs committee, said HMRC would "seriously undermine the confidentiality we expect" if it proceeded with the proposal to relax restrictions on sharing taxpayer data and potentially selling it to private firms.
(n.) A gatepost or doorpost.
(a.) Hidden; concealed; secret.
(a.) Solitary; sad.
(1) A good starting point is 1972's The Cowboys, in which Dern became the first man to kill John Wayne in a movie.
(2) It is not known which actors will make the final cast, though agents for Madsen and Dern were publicly accused of leaking the script by its architect in January.
(3) Dern, all windblown white hair and stubble, is often entirely silent and withdrawn, and all the more compelling and poignant for that.
(4) JF: Somewhere along in there, I thought, because it was becoming clear that this was becoming a love story: a triangle between a woman who was an officer's wife - and he was the kind of real gung-ho, I'm-gonna-go-I'm-gonna-be-a-hero; Bruce Dern played that part - and Jon Voight, who doesn't have the bottom part of his body.
(5) Starring Bruce Dern, Samuel L Jackson, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Michael Madsen, Tim Roth and Kurt Russell in the story of eight 19th-century travellers trapped in a stagecoach stopover after a blizzard hits Wyoming, it is tipped to be part of the 2016 Oscars conversation.
(6) Dern seems to have subtracted half of his own mind and awareness for the part, and this draws the audience toward him to find out, or guess at, the things his old age incites.
(7) Television Best Series, Drama: Homeland, Showtime Best Series, Musical or Comedy: Modern Family, ABC Best Actor, Drama: Kelsey Grammer, Boss Best Actress, Drama: Claire Danes, Homeland Best Actress, Musical or Comedy: Laura Dern, Enlightened Best Actor, Musical or Comedy: Matt LeBlanc, Episodes Best Miniseries or Movie: Downton Abbey (Masterpiece), PBS Best Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Kate Winslet, Mildred Pierce Best Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Idris Elba, Luther Best Supporting Actress, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Jessica Lange, American Horror Story Best Supporting Actor, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones Cecil B DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award: Morgan Freeman
(8) Others have Bruce Dern as their dark horse, for Nebraska , but I’m not feeling any vibrations on the tracks.
(9) Tarantino planned a film in 70mm, an unusual and expensive format recently used by Paul Thomas Anderson for The Master , and there would have been plum roles for Michael Madsen, Bruce Dern, Christoph Waltz and Samuel L Jackson, the site says.
(10) "Douglas," she tweeted, while attending HBO's after awards party, "still smarts from Dern's Cannes win."
(11) CAA , the agency that works for Dern, has denied suggestions it is responsible for the script's release into the public domain.
(12) Ejiofor is the runaway frontrunner for the best dramatic actor Globe, while 77-year-old Bruce Dern looks to have the edge in the neighbouring category thanks to his role as a desperate American dreamer in Payne's black-and-white Nebraska.
(13) In their place are four men, a Southern general (likely Dern), an alleged hangman, a Frenchman named Bob and a cowboy named Joe Gage.
(14) More pertinently, this year also marks the first Oscar nomination for British actor Sally Hawkins for her supporting role in Blue Jasmine , while Bruce Dern, nominated for best actor for Nebraska , last troubled the Oscar voters in 1979 for the Hal Ashby-directed Vietnam vet drama Coming Home.
(15) What an unadulterated joy it is to see Bruce Dern leading a movie for a change – and a good movie, at that.
(16) We have also repeated the transfusion experiment of Dern et al.
(17) Justified's Walton Goggins, Dexter's James Remar, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Amber Tamblyn and Bruce Dern fill out the other major roles.
(18) According to influential blogger Anne Thompson , Douglas also sees the Emmy as compensation for his performance being passed over at Cannes for the best actor award, in favour of Bruce Dern in Nebraska .
(19) Played by Jack Nicholson and Bruce Dern respectively, David and Jason Staebler are the last gasp of an America that is visibly dying all around them.
(20) The script reading featured Walton Goggins, James Remar, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Amber Tamblyn and Bruce Dern, as well as Tarantino regular Samuel L Jackson .