brief form

brief form

(brēf fōrm)
Shortened form of a word; commonly used in medical reports (e.g., "exam" for "examination").
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In its brief form, La estetica de lo minimo will be a useful tool for those who study microfictions today, as the genre continues to evolve in new directions in the twenty-first century, in and outside Mexico.
So one day one of my reporting teams was down there, and the admiral's assistant came in, and he was watching the court reporter write, and I explained this whole brief form concept that we have.
Psychotherapy is becoming less accessible in the United States as it is being enthusiastically embraced in developing countries hurt by H IV, natural disasters, wars or political strif," says Weissman, codeveloper of a brief form of psychotherapy called interpersonal therapy.
Here's what Florida Coastal law student Jennifer Cornwell had to say: "I am a minority student who completed a brief form at the picnic.
The anti-Mursi campaign mounted an effective petitioning mechanism: a brief form calling for a new election to replace the increasingly divisive Mursi presidency.
The sticking point was a brief form letter from the friend's carrier refusing to consider any UM/UIM benefits for the child's death.
This brief form must be completed by midnight on January 28 for consideration.
The broad variety of obvious permutations aside, regular questions from servicers suggest that some basics are still well worthy of presentation--even in the brief form necessitated by the format of these columns.
Caregivers often don't have the time, energy, or contacts that could bring them a little relief from the stress of taking care of a loved one with dementia, so practicing a brief form of yogic meditation, which is easy to learn, is a useful too," he added.
He gets more text telling him other questions and details in brief form to keep him on the hunt.

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