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special

out of the ordinary.

special action points
acupoints used only to influence specific organs or tissues.
special diagnostic strategies
includes all techniques which are not provided in the ordinary course of the services available at veterinary clinics and hospital, e.g. Compton metabolic profile, field response trial, retrospective mating analysis.
special incidence ratios
ratios done specially for indexes that are not part of a regular surveillance system, e.g. a zoonosis incidence ratio which is the ratio of the number of new cases of the disease in the animal reservoir related to the number of people in the human population for the same period.
special protocol
a hospital case chart created specially to record observations in cases of a disease that is under examination by members of the staff.
special risk population
a population of animals that is especially likely to contract a disease because of some peculiarity of genetics or husbandry or because of geographic or climatic factors.
special senses
see special sense.

Patient discussion about special

Q. Is there a special diet for FMS I heard that there is a connection between my diet and FMS- what is it? And what should I eat or not eat (that is the question ? )

A. My neighbor next door has this - he always looks so tired! I will tell him abot this link _Laura_ - thanks.

Q. Are there any special forums for parents to kids with cancer? I think my sister could really use that kind of support group of people who are going through the exact same thing they never dreamed to be.

A. But how should I tell her to go there? she acts like she doesn't need help. she says she isn't the one who needs treatment and she wouldn't want to waste time and energy on herself now- only on the kid. How do I convince her it's important?

Q. Anybody know any special cakes for diabetes patients? not just sugarless... something that was specially designed maybe...? any recipes??

A. Thank you diabetes community!!! you are good people... I invite you to try the cakes once they're ready...

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The NBA has kept its jerseys sacrosanct so far, staving off even the logo of Reebok, which provides all.
Both Democratic and Republican Administrations consider the land mines strewn on the border between North and South Korea to be sacrosanct.
But according to a New Jersey appeals court, while Mom can let Junior chance a broken bone in a skateboard accident, the right to sue over that broken bone is too sacrosanct to be waived by contract.
They are cluttered spaces devoid of space and full to overwhelming with furniture, displaying a total visual confusion of purpose, enshrining as sacrosanct liturgical divisions and practices which have long ceased to have any theological meaning, temples of prejudiced conservatism and repositories for threadbare furnishings which we would have discarded from our homes years ago.
Despite the fact that the 9/11 Commission recommendations would almost universally "call for the government to increase its presence in our lives," the commission's recommendations now appear politically sacrosanct.
Finally, confidentiality and privacy are recognized as sacrosanct, to be preserved at all costs.
These "new-age offenders" (1) possess sophisticated weaponry and a willingness to harm innocent people in areas previously considered sacrosanct.
Mr Phillips claimed the pendulum needed to swing back to an age when good spelling was sacrosanct.
Indeed, it is the contemporary nature of French social welfare that opens Horne's study; in particular, she notes both the "hybrid" nature of a welfare state that incorporates both private initiative and state mandates, and the almost sacrosanct status such programs have attained among the French.
It appears that many of higher education's cherished truisms and sacrosanct assumptions about the very core enterprise of teaching, knowledge, and learning are on the block.
Given Reed's parodic deconstruction of sacrosanct genres such as the slave narrative and his idiosyncratic approaches to narrative form, his style seems consonant with the type of shift Coleman so lucidly articulates.