Heavily Investigated

A term of art referring to a high-intensity workup of a person with an 'interesting' (unknown) disease
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Though it was a complex transaction due to environmental concerns 0 which were heavily investigated prior to closing D CBRE was able to close the sale in 90 days from start to finish.
E-Local Government has wide scope and heavily investigated field of research around the world.
As the more advanced concepts of transformation optics are still being heavily investigated, Hammond explained that the area closest to development is sub-wavelength imaging, or the ability to see tiny particles in the visible light spectrum.
This collaboration builds on an existing partnership and will significantly improve drug discovery efficiency of the SIRT class of epigenetic modulating enzymes, which are being heavily investigated as promising therapeutics for several indications.
In addition, such epitopes may provide the opportunity to create new intellectual property, even in more heavily investigated areas.
And just as the police normally receive limited praise when things are going well, underwriters and the police are heavily investigated, scrutinized and vilified when things go wrong.
Three chapters--"Ritual Group Violence," "Popular Protest," and "Organized Crime"--provide very capable summaries of heavily investigated fields in crime and social history.
The union had been heavily investigated over the years by the elites of law enforcement," he says, "and no charges were brought against it in the years we represented them.
However, IOERT has been heavily investigated in major European university hospitals and is currently in use in more than a dozen facilities.
DUBLIN, Ireland -- G-protein Coupled Receptors (GPCRs) are Among the Most Heavily Investigated Drug Targets in the Pharmaceutical Industry