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biography

Medspeak
A popular term for a patient’s written medical history.

Vox populi
An account of the events, works and achievements, both personal and professional, in a person’s life, which includes articles on the activities and accomplishments of both the living and the dead.
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biography

Clinical medicine A Pt's written medical history
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In fact, Jafer Thaneseri's Kala pani, considered to be Urdu's first autobiography ever written, was written in 1886.
China Disabled Persons' Federation announced the donations of Chan's autobiography titled 'Jackie Chan: Never Grow Up, Only Get Older' via Weibo last Thursday, Aug.
Contributed by English and literature scholars from the US, the 10 essays in this volume examine African American autobiography from 21st-century critical approaches, looking at autobiographies in different historical periods, how they examine the self, routes of dissemination, types of texts, and textual layers.
Ker's attempt to separate the nonfiction prose Chesterton (of the Autobiography) from the murder mystery Chesterton (of the Father Brown stories) accidentally underscores how interconnected the variegated aspects of Chesterton's authorial project are.
Entitled Steve Nicol - My Autobiography: '5 League Titles and a Packet of Crisps' the book will be launched on Friday, September 9 at the Shankly hotel in Liverpool city centre.
Available in several trim levels, Vogue, Vogue SE, Autobiography and SV-Autobiography - the latter two also available in longwheelbase - the entry-level Range Rover Vogue starts from PS75,800 increasing to PS149,800 for the SV-Autobiography.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 9, 2016-Pan Macmillan acquires world rights to autobiography of Sir Tony Robinson
Though Alice's autobiography reveals that she is extremely proud of her husband, there is a quiet, mild, but detectable, rebuke in the tenor of her words when she writes of the drive that characterized his nature.
"May I Sit on Your Towel?: Joint Autobiography" is a story of their 90 years of joys and tragedies from childhood to old age.
Synopsis: "Clark: The Autobiography of Clark Terry" is the compelling story of one of the most recorded and beloved jazz trumpeters of all time.
Autobiography as Activism: Three Black Women of the Sixties.