proceedings


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proceedings

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A report from a meeting, conference or symposium; any of a number of (usually “high-power”) medical or science journals—e.g., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (US), popularly known as PNAS.

Medspeak-UK
As defined by the Medical Defence Union (MDU), the main carrier for medical indemnity insurance in the UK:
(i) any legal proceedings related to a claim for clinical negligence; and
(ii) proceedings by the MDU in exercise of its rights under clause 12 of the contract (with the insured).
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The new Constitution has accordingly, with great propriety, made provision against them, and all others proceeding from the defect of the Confederation on this head, by authorizing the general government to establish a uniform rule of naturalization throughout the United States.
She threw her arms round Arnold's neck; and she actually kissed him three hours before the consent of State and Church sanctioned her in taking that proceeding.
While the financial discussion was still proceeding, the married lovers were ensconced together alone in the boudoir.
It is contrary to the usual course of proceeding in such cases, Richard," Sir Joseph began.
I congratulate you heartily, Duke, upon a most sensible proceeding," Mr.
Miss Verinder alone stopped the whole proceeding by refusing point-blank.
My first proceeding in the morning was to go to the post-office, and inquire for the letter which I expected from Marian.
Then he turned to watch the proceeding below, poised like some wild bird ready to take swift wing at the first sign of danger.
Just as prolonged and stubborn is the struggle now proceeding between the old and the new conception of history, and theology in the same way stands on guard for the old view, and accuses the new view of subverting revelation.
The domestic nature of the story makes this audacious proceeding possible; while the lively fancies of my young readers will supply all deficiencies, and overlook all discrepancies.
A JUDGE having sentenced a Malefactor to the penitentiary was proceeding to point out to him the disadvantages of crime and the profit of reformation.
I was proceeding to tell the order in which the four evil forms appeared to me to succeed one another, when Pole marchus, who was sitting a little way off, just beyond Adeimantus, began to whisper to him: stretching forth his hand, he took hold of the upper part of his coat by the shoulder, and drew him towards him, leaning forward himself so as to be quite close and saying something in his ear, of which I only caught the words, `Shall we let him off, or what shall we do?

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