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Taking Stock of Health-Related Quality-of-Life Measurement in Oncology Practice in the United States

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The Diffusion and Domestication of Managerial Innovations: The Spread of Scientific Management, Quality Circles, and TQM between the United States and Japan

What’s in That Package? An Evaluation of Quality of Package Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Shipments in the United States

A comparison of quality of care indicators in urban acute care hospitals and rural critical access hospitals in the United States

Smith, Travis. “Distributional Analyses on Diet Quality in the United States.” PhD Dissertation, University of Minnesota. Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation

NIMG-38. QUALITY OF SURGICAL DECISION MAKING FOR PATIENTS WITH A GLIOBLASTOMA IS SIMILAR BETWEEN NEURO-ONCOLOGICAL CARE TEAMS FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE NETHERLANDS

United States — Definitive Safeguard Measures on Imports of Circular Welded Carbon Quality Line Pipe from Korea, Korea, Republic of v United States, Appellate Body Report, WT/DS202/AB/R, Report No AB-2001-9, Doc No 02-0717, DSR 2002:IV, ITL 107 (WTO 2002), 15th February 2002, World Trade Organisation [WTO]; Appellate Body

 

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It is one of the fundamental principles of international law that, however unequal States may be in size, population, influence, and wealth, they are equal before the law: I Oppenheim ...

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