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Check to Your King
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Check to Your King (1936)
Introduction to Constancy Check Protocols in Fluoroscopic Systems
Using modal logics to express and check global graph properties
Reasons to seek medical attention for a skin check-up
The layman's perspective
Preoperative checking of IMA(s): to do or not to do?
Reasons to Participate or not to Participate in Cardiovascular Health Checks: A Review of the Literature
Application of conditional moment tests to model checking for generalized linear models
Methods to check correct placement of a nasogastric tube: beware of the pitfalls
It is time to check estimated glomerular filtration rate level in implantable cardioverter–defibrillator patients
Physician’s intention to initiate health check-up discussions with men: a qualitative study
Logical model specification aided by model-checking techniques: application to the mammalian cell cycle regulation
St Kitts: how to choose from the menu of foundation jurisdictions, a reality check
Periodic health checks in the workplace—is it time to change the prescription?
Beyond 2003: Via the Health Check to the New Uncertainties post-2013
Screening/health checks: can the patient only win? Whole body magnetic resonance imaging approaches to tumour screening
Reply to: ‘Use of washed sperm for assisted reproduction in HIV-positive males without checking viral absence. A risky business?’
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2 To bring a vessel to a stop, by letting go an anchor, by a mooring wire made fast to a wharf, or by going astern on the engines.
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