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dic·ta·tion

(dik-tā'shŭn)
An oral record of a patient's care created by a health care professional that is used by a medical transcriptionist to create a printed record.
[L. dicto, fr. dico, to say]
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Because the passions of men will not conform to the dictates of reason and justice, without constraint.
The PPP chief said Sharifs want to dictate judgments to judiciary again.
The Senate cannot dictate on the president who to appoint or not.
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So it is important we dictate and control the game.
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Perhaps they think the world will dictate Palestinian demands to Israel", he said.
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Lawyers still heavily rely on the ability to dictate notes and reports.