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ROSIER

A scale used to establish the diagnosis of stroke or TIA.
 
Factors assessed
Demographic details; blood pressure and blood glucose concentration; items on loss of consciousness and seizure activity; physical assessment including facial weakness, arm weakness, leg weakness, speech disturbance and visual field defects.
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In one collage, Bringing the War Home: House Beautiful (Playboy: On View), 1967-72, Rosier combined the two forms of protest by insinuating a naked Playboy model into a group of Vietnamese civilians confronted by American GIs with rifles.
In Asian markets such as China, Vietnam, Indonesia and Thailand, companies have less trouble recruiting qualified physicians and have even set up their own clinics and laboratories to get detailed information for large-case reviews, Rosier said.
Kyle Rosier serves as Sandfort's counterpart for the Americas region.
I feel like I'm being reunited with family," Rosier said about her return.
I fell asleep with her on my arm," said Ms Rosier, who also has a 20-month-old son, Cameron.
Mr Rosier, a keen runner, said the buzzard first swooped as he jogged on a quiet track through the woods - and then again when he jogged back.
The bright colours and cartoon-style lettering didn't convey the "all-natural ingredients", said managing director Anna Rosier.
With strip-out works due to start at the disused premises, Chord's Chris Rosier - who will never take a hot beverage if there's a cider on offer - insisted on a 'tasteful' shot of himself with some of the products made at the former factory (see photograph).
G-8 likely to give rosier view at weekend meet: official
However, Camelot spokesman Ben Rosier explained: "Some staff were offered the chance to go home and read through all the relevant material.
That's nonsense and smacks of massaging the figures to paint a rosier picture.