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/re·fer·red/ (re-ferd´) of sensory phenomena, perceived at a site other than the one being stimulated.
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Neonatal respiratory nasal CPAP (hereinafter referred to as "Part 4")
Frederique Buntoum, Farm Market iD, referred by Hylon Kaufmann
The relatives, including assorted uncles and aunts who help in arranging these matches, are now referred to as BOOKIES.
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Fourteen percent of the Medicaid enrollees were referred to child protective services between 1999 and 2003, and 4% were the victims of physical or sexual abuse.
Often s/he was the only person seated during the meeting and was thus referred to as "the chairman" or "chairwoman.
He referred me to one of his civil servants, who referred me to their website, which referred me to a DTI website, which referred me to an energy supplier's website, which referred me to a Friends of the Earth website, which referred me back to one of their articles on the ministry's website.
Ryan says, "In their carefully prepared public response they (the bishops) referred to the teaching of Gaudium et spes six times to support their own position.
VICTORIA -- "A large numbers of people referred to Job Placement do not benefit from the program," a report on BC government's job placement and training programs for social assistance recipients indicates and "it is unlikely that the Ministry's savings in BCEA payments will exceed the cost of the program for some time.
A preschool diagnostic team, which typically consists of an educational diagnostician, speech and language pathologist and parent interviewer, meets weekly to review referrals and determine whether or not referred children need a full developmental assessment or a speech and language screening.
that an infertility patient might not be referred back to them are generally unfounded.