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Medspeak A generic term for any area of patient care—e.g., diagnostics, ethics, management of terminally ill—in which the parameters of good practise are not clearly defined—i.e., are neither ‘black’ nor ‘white’
Vox populi Gray zone/area is commonly used in the lay parlance for anything that is not readily apparent or incontrovertible, i.e., not ‘black’ or ‘white’
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With art as a starting point, Grey Area seeks to push the limits of creative engagement and expression through collaboration, installation and programming.
We could not be more excited to deliver our first app, Shadow Cities, to the massively connected generation of iPhone and iPod touch users in North America and literally, turn their cities into a game," said Ville Vesterinen, CEO of Grey Area.
Of all the startups we met, we thought Grey Area had the biggest vision and the most gifted and passionate team to execute on that vision.
2 believes there is a grey area in the laws of the game which needs to be clarified before Hamann can be condemned.
But surely if there were grey areas in his toilet break, Anderson was right to get them checked out.
The preliminary interrogation of the accused revealed that they had been using some grey areas in Gurdaspur sector to cross the consignments of heroin.
But there are no grey areas now when we get out there.
But Jefferies feels there are too many grey areas with the current interpretation of the rule and has called on FIFA to set out clear guidelines.
There are a lot of grey areas which have to be cleared up first," said the spokesman.
Ruggiero, however, overcomes these stereotypical categories to bring to life a world that operates in the grey areas or, better still, in the full array of colors that constitutes early modern Venice.
He wants the issue out in the open and all the grey areas around a mother's and unborn child's rights cleared up.