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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.

biography

Clinical medicine A Pt's written medical history
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She identifies and reflects on the traditions that have been applied in international writing and reading of biographies, with examples from a wide range of Western and Nordic countries.
Even opponents of historical revisionism, such as Malia himself, stopped looking to biographies for answers, turning instead to ideology for causal explanation.
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Author/librarian Roche uses brief and uncomplicated language to examine biographies currently available in small to medium public libraries.
Among the most useful components of Bernini's Biographies is the lengthy prolegomena that precedes the work's ten interdisciplinary essays.
She is author of two biographies, Evelyn Underhill: Artist of the Infinite Life and The Living of Maisie Ward.
As its title suggests, Black Heroes (Omnigraphics, 2004) is a compendium of 150 biographies and photographs of outstanding people of African descent who made great accomplishments.
This stimulating collection of essays investigates the wide range of issues implied by the term 'Romantic biography', examining not only biographies of writers of the Romantic period (including Wordsworth, Clare, Southey, Austen, Byron, Burns, Scott, Keats, and Shelley), but also the degree to which the form is itself shaped by assumptions about the self and its relations to creativity and society that are themselves Romantic.
Many biographies have been written about Einstein; so why the need for yet another?
The students may collect data from biographies, newspaper articles, or historical films.
Two fine new biographies are excellent picks for public libraries and high schools seeking lasting biographical references with depth.
The four articles that make up this issue's special section examine the production of oral history-based biographies from the perspective of two authors, their editor, and a commentator.