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'crit

A widely used short form for hematocrit
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crit

(krit) [Shortening of hematocrit]
Slang for hematocrit.
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The team behind Crit hope to make this an ongoing quarterly exhibition and are welcoming submissions for their next stint at The Old Library.
This spring and summer, Side Street Studio Arts, 15 Ziegler Court in downtown Elgin, is offering "Roberto's Art Salon: Crit Night," monthly critique nights for artists to share their current works in progress or finalized pieces.
Since 2014 thousands of spectators and scores of talented cyclists have been turning out for the Crit Under the Castle race - which normally runs in June.
Le concours national des critures cratives est destin redynamiser les comptences acquises l'crit. Il privilgie des activits bases sur l'imagination, le ludique les motions et la crativit.
The Worcester crit will be held Saturday, June 28, the second event in the three-day Longsjo Classic.
"Stone" I explained "is a very long lived material ..." "Well, you should explore the possibilities of larch cladding", he snapped.' One thing I've noticed in these blogs, mostly by newly qualified architects, is a detestation of the crit as a method of teaching.
Ultrafine particles affect experimental thrombosis in an in vivo hamster model, Am J Respir Crit Care Med 166:98-1004.