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Multiple Setting

multiple setting

multiple setting

Multiple Relationships in the Military Setting

Multiple actors, multiple settings, multiple criteria: issues in assessing interdisciplinary research

Multiple Predicate Learning in Two Inductive Logic Programming Settings

IDENTIFYING IMPORTANT PREFERENCES AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN MULTIPLE CARE SETTINGS

Distinctively Different: Exposure to Multiple Brands in Low-Elaboration Settings

Multiple simultaneous perineural infusions for postoperative analgesia in adolescents in an outpatient setting

Priority setting using multiple criteria: should a lung health programme be implemented in Nepal?

Re-reading Poetry: Schubert's Multiple Settings of Goethe. By Sterling Lambert.

Challenges in adapting existing clinical natural language processing systems to multiple, diverse health care settings

Accuracy in Identifying the Source of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage in the Setting of Multiple Intracranial Aneurysms

Multiple Generations of Granite in the Fosdick Mountains, Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica: Implications for Polyphase Intracrustal Differentiation in a Continental Margin Setting

A framework of comfort for practice: An integrative review identifying the multiple influences on patients’ experience of comfort in healthcare settings

25A complex left main PCI in the setting of disastrous intrapartum STEMI. thrombus , dissection, no-reflow and perforation. multiple complications in disguise

7.5-O2Undocumented migrants in a primary care setting in Switzerland present multiple and long-term conditions requiring comprehensive health services

 

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Term applied to the stage décor of the medieval play (known in France as décor simultané and in Germany as Standortor Simultanbühne), inherited from the liturgical drama with its ‘mansions’ ...

Subjects: Theatre — Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.


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