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Pseudomedicine
A body sample (e.g., a spot of blood or strand of hair) that is believed by the practitioners of radionics to be able to transmit vibrational energies from its owner.

witness

Choice in dying A person who is not a spouse or blood relative of a dying Pt; employees of health care facilities, who act in good faith, can act as witnesses with regard to end-of-life decisions Forensic medicine
1. A person who has seen an act.
2. A person qualified by education and/or experience to testify as to a thing. See Expert witness, Physician expert witness.

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Q. I HAVE HAD TROUBLE WIT MY SPEECH, SINCE A KID, AND CANT FIND A JOB TROUBLE WITH MY SPEECH

A. How old are you now?
What are your interests?
Are you sure the problem getting a job is your speech and not the way to dress or present yourself?
What other jobs have you held in the past and what happened to them?
I can think of a few places I have run into people with speech problems, such as the cable man or a waitress at a local restaurant. Consider asking a speech therapist what kinds of jobs other people with your particular problem hold.

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Question: What are the ground rules on IRS interviews, and how do you prepare witnesses and manage the interview?
In the Harassment Inquiry process, S/OCR often calls upon witnesses to provide testimony or documentation with evidentiary value.
It is important that potential witnesses "want to" to serve in that capacity.
Ramana and Justice Manmohan, the government has enumerated steps taken by it to put in place guidelines which the police, the prosecution and executive agencies will follow to ensure that witnesses are not harassed or intimidated by powerful accused in criminal cases.
According to the report, the court also issued summons for five witnesses to appear at the next hearing.
2008) (stating that since MRE 301(f) is the specific statute on point, it is controlling, even though MRE 512 provides general guidance regarding constitutional privileges of witnesses), rev'd on other grounds, 68 M.J.
Good preparation is essential to the effective examination of witnesses. There are attorneys who can examine witnesses extemporaneously, without written aids, but their number is small.
(14) On appeal, the First Circuit reversed, holding a less demanding particularized need applies when grand jury witnesses seek access to prior testimony transcripts.
Rather than be witnesses only of the death of their Lord and friend, the disciples were called to witness to his life.
Company witnesses had given testimony regarding the document under the assumption that it was a company document because it had the corporation's name at the top of it.
Witnesses aimed to encourage people to follow the Lord in a series of talks and enactments, showing how to put the examples of Christ into practise in everyday life.