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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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Through these cut-and-paste interventions, Rosier recharges the original slogans and advertising copy ("Isn't It Nice to Feel Feminine Again?
Grady Rosier has developed a service-oriented organization that supplies tens of thousands of locations in an extraordinarily efficient manner," said Buffett.
The long view takes into account the service providers who will carry all the traffic, and for them the picture is much rosier.
Company Director Anthony Rosier told Kirsty's mum, Jackie, that if he had allowed the cheques to go through the firm would have faced huge bank charges as they didn't have the money to support the cheques.
In the Hong Kong and Singapore areas, in particular, people can access a number of doctors for the same complaint, and government control of physicians, hospitals and medical information is rudimentary at best, Rosier said.
A budget presented to the Council of General Synod in November by treasurer Jim Cullen gave a rosier picture than had been painted a year ago.
They've had to trim staff and budgets, and their markets don't look any rosier than yours.
Fortunately, Gordon's outlook is much rosier today.
Written by former White House Editor, Sharolyn Rosier Hyson, the book is a stark tribute to Clinton's legacy in Africa and a keepsake for all who dared to journey with him.
Things have never looked rosier for New Jersey building owners, managers, and developers.
Such is the case with Jeanne Rosier Smith's Writing Tricksters.
The creation of Momentum in November 1998 was a cunning ploy by PeopleSoft to give its profit and loss accounts a rosier look by eliminating that huge R&D spend which, alas, software companies need to stay in business (CI No 3,540).