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conference

 [kon´fer-ens]
a gathering for discussion or deliberation.
multidisciplinary care conference in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as planning and evaluating patient care with health professionals from other disciplines.
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Register for the Confer webinar: Improving Cost Efficiencies for Endpoint Security.
Some people are surprised that we take undergarments, but we wash them and redistribute them," Confer said.
The IPCC practice of allowing officers to confer was agreed with the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and is contained in the ACPO Manual of Guidance on Firearms.
The fact that the Food and Drug Administration has not yet licensed cord blood for transplants is a major obstacle, said the NMDP's Confer.
This strategy has really paid off in 2015," said Mark Quinlivan, chief executive officer for Confer.
Whether all outstanding shares confer identical distribution and liquidation rights depends on the "governing provisions," including the corporate charter, articles of incorporation, bylaws, applicable state law and "binding agreements" on distribution and liquidation proceeds.
By using the royal prerogative, Ministers are currently allowed to deploy troops, confer honours, run the Civil Service, grant passports and sign treaties - even if MPs disagree.
Updates to the Federal Rules now shorten the time frame from the time a suit is filed to the Meet & Confer session where opposing sides sit down to discuss materials, processes and schedules for discovery.
Additionally, Confer is releasing the Confer Threat Exchange, which interfaces with CRITs to allow companies to securely share and automatically apply threat intelligence within their own infrastructure.
Kapikian notes that since the attenuated vires is derived from just one strain, it might not confer immunity against all human rotaviruses.
Now research published in the 27 September 2002 issue of Science shows that, at least in some strains of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, overtranscription of a single gene may confer low to moderate DDT resistance.
I said I needed to confer with (the victim's) family and the head deputy.