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apothecaries' system

a system used for measuring and weighing drugs and solutions, brought to the United States from England during the colonial period; it has now been replaced by the metric system. Its units are the grain, scruple, dram, ounce, and pound. Fractions are used to designate portions of a unit of measure: e.g., one-fourth grain is written gr. 1/4. The fraction 1/2 is written ss. There are two symbols in this system which are sometimes confused and always must be written clearly, those for drams and ounces. Lower case Roman numerals are used after the symbols: ʒiss reads drams one and one-half; ℥iii reads ounces three. See also Table of Weights and Measures in the Appendix.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

min·im (m),

1. A fluid measure, 1/60 of a fluidrachm; in the case of water about one drop.
2. Smallest; least; the smallest of several similar structures.
[L. minimus, least]
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1. A fluid measure, 1/60 of a fluidram; in the case of water, about one drop.
2. Smallest; least; the smallest of several similar structures.
[L. minimus, least]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012


A fluid measure, 1/60 of a fluidrachm. Smallest; least; the smallest of several similar structures.
[L. minimus, least]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012

Patient discussion about minim

Q. How successful s minimally invasive surgery for knee replacements?

A. Approximately 300,000 knee replacements are performed each year in the United States. and it said that 90% of the people who had a total knee replacement report an improvement in their function. i searched the CDC statistics for failure of the surgery and couldn't find any info about it. but as i said- it's a very common surgery. my grandmother had a hip joint replacement due to arthritis, it helped.
here is something that might help you to prepare for the surgery: the Procedure

good luck!!

Q. how do i keep my baby as minimal as passable exposed to the out side world threats? like decease and other things

A. It might seem like a caring attitude, but I'm not sure it's neither possible nor absolutely necessary - babies do get sick, usually only mildly and transiently, so trying to prevent all the cases of fever would be quite impossible.

What you can do, is to maintain the regular infant welfare visits, give him or her the necessary vaccinations (one of the most important things you can do for your child), make sure your baby eats well, regarding both the amount and type of foods, and generally keep a good hygiene: make sure to wash hands after you go to the toilet and before you handle your baby, don't expose him or her to other sick infants etc.

However, all this is just a general advice - if you have specific question you may want to consult your doctor (e.g. a pediatrician).

Take care,

Q. Has anyone had a minimally invasive partial knee replacement? How did it go and are you pleased? I will be having one in the next few weeks and would just like some input. Thanks...

A. Hmm... Never underwent it myself, but you may read some more here:

and you may also watch it here:

Take care,

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14b), the top notes of the arpeggio are printed as half-notes. In the Berlin copy the stems were crossed out and the words "ganze Takte" or "ganze Note" were written above to indicate that the notes should be held the entire measure (fig.
Again, there is no accent grouping number 3 or its multiple, since it would fall on (at every half-note value) the same beat of the duple meter it is against, and destroy the purpose of metric counterpoint (Example 39).
Nevertheless, this detail could also be defended on the grounds of musical sense, as an articulative counterweight to the square syntax of the tune and indeed as a sonorous link between its phrases: the other instruments, lacking any equivalent slur, will naturally shape off their final note of the first phrase before its full half-note duration.
Much of the writing here resembles program notes "The rivers' flow is depicted with undulating parallel sixth chords in eighths and triplet eighths, the depth of the murky water is conveyed by the underlying steady half-note chords in the very lowest register, blurred by long pedals" (p.
The chosen range, tempo, and notation (quarter-note beat versus half-notes) all make good sense.
And you get tantaliz-ing hints of the findings in half-notes
Rhythmically, the note values of I Love You are mainly quarter-notes, with some eighth- and half-notes. The melody of this song consists of repeated descending and ascending minor thirds, followed by descending, and then ascending scale-wise passages, which include some repeated notes, as well as a descending interval of a fifth, and later a descending fourth.
He was too shocked to protest, his large brown eyes fixed on the half-notes in each of Peter's raised hands.
The Preface describes the purpose clearly and efficiently: "This book offers the opportunity to establish the habit [of practicing sight-reading] from the earliest stages of playing and follows a logical sequence of progression in range of notes, variety of times, keys, and rhythms to cover the whole spectrum of French horn playing, including transposition." The book is divided into 11 sections, beginning with two notes (c' and d'), 4/4 time, and quarter- and half-notes, and ending with a section of styles from Baroque to Atonal "with a range of notes from low F # to high F [f#-f"], together with a range of keys and the use of double sharps and flats." Even stopped notes are included.
The object was to feel the difference in the energy used to pass the ball to the next person on half-notes, quarters, eighths, even whole notes.