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Patient care The conversion of an 'attached' Pt–already being seen by a particular physician or group–to another doctor for future followup after being seen in an ER or other neutral health care setting, where one of the ER staff suggested that the Pt switch physicians. See Attached patient.
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Q. i have a ex boyfriend who is 57 i think hes a alcoholic or something or bipolar.. his personality flip flops. well wondering what is causing this maybe midlife crisis .. i asked something is going on... he thinks he's fine.

A. he seems to have control issues. and just went to court on a domestic voilence charge he never hit me, but he been verbally abuse and emotionally, which i would not stand for.. he sweet one minute then two hours later. hes threatening..

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To help new investors, Frank and Heller have put together five reasons why buying and flipping property is not usually the cakewalk portrayed on television:
For anyone interested in becoming involved in the industry, this guide to flipping property and using it as an investment tool explains the procedure, the roles of those involved, legal aspects, financing and loans, finding property, renovation, and how to show and sell a house.
"One of the primary reasons we don't have a speculative market or high concentration of investors in New York is that 80% of our housing stock is coop," said Miller, indicating that co-op boards, whose approval is necessary for the sale of one of its co-op units, tend to impede the investor agenda for flipping property. "Secondly, the price point here is much higher.