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biography

Medspeak
A popular term for a patient’s written medical history.

Vox populi
An account of the events, works and achievements, both personal and professional, in a person’s life, which includes articles on the activities and accomplishments of both the living and the dead.

biography

Clinical medicine A Pt's written medical history
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At home was several hours' hack-work waiting for him before he went to bed, and after he went to bed there was a volume of Weismann waiting for him, to say nothing of Herbert Spencer's Autobiography, which was as replete for him with romance as any thrilling novel.
We will drop the subject, and resume my precious autobiography at a later date.
He has told the whole story in his spiritual autobiography, 'Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners,' which is one of the notable religious books of the world.
Some twenty years afterwards this man, then Lieutenant-Colonel Keith, published a sort of autobiography called `A British Officer in Burmah and Brazil.
An autobiography, when confronted by a careful editor with documentary evidence, is usually found to be full of obviously inadvertent errors.
There is a fascinating antiquated quaintness to some of the longwinded titles, for example, The Reminiscences of Robert Crowe, the Octogenerian Tailor, Memoirs and Medleys: The Autobiography of a Bottle-Washer, and Memoirs of Mrs Laetitia Pilkington, Wife to the Reverend Mr Matthew Pilkington, Written by Herself.
SALES of Jonathan Ross's autobiography flopped after his involvement in the Manuelgate scandal.
Completed only a few weeks prior to the close of the author's long, successful and happy life, The Autobiography of G.
Paris, heiress to the Hilton Hotel empire, hit the number one spot with over 100 copies of her 2004 autobiography being left in Travelodge hotels up and down the country.
The owner/publisher explained in chapter 40 of his 1989 autobiography, Succeeding Against the Odds: The Autobiography of a Great American Businessman (Warner Books, 1989):
They are biography critiques, leader analysis activities, group presentations, case studies, writing autobiography and the leadership development plans.
In the Autobiography of My Dead Brother, Jesse survives because he clings to what matters most, his ability to draw and write a comic strip (titled Spodi Roti and Wise) not only about Rise, but also about himself and other black teenage boys seemingly forced into a way of life that can only lead to a premature death.