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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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Begin by writing your biography in third person and include:
There was psychohistory, a term Suny applied to Robert Tucker's biography of Stalin and an approach he also experimented with himself.
Paul Mariani, biographer of William Carlos Williams, offers what I suggest is the crux of why Oates's collection was foundational for me as a beginning biographer and why it remains important for the future of biography and educational biography.
Send your application with a cheque or postal order (payable to 'MGN Ltd') for pounds 4 for two or pounds 7 for four to: Daily Record and Sunday Mail Football Biography Offer, PO Box 1333 SUNDERLAND SR5 9LF.
Hamilton traces the practice of biography from its origins in cave renderings of matchstick men (2900 BCE) to the present heyday paying close attention to the ever-present tension between chronicle and art commemoration and critical portrait and how each culture in each era tries to resolve this tension.
Appendices include titles that have won awards, top biographers, a survey of biography series and a chronological index.
As the authors note, the reception and use of artistic biography by art historians has ranged from outright rejection on the grounds of biased or anecdotal irrelevance, to unconditional acceptance as objective, authoritative sources of factual information.
THE SEUSS, THE WHOLE SEUSS AND NOTHING BUT THE SEUSS: A VISUAL BIOGRAPHY OF THEODOR SEUSS GEISEL.
Smith's biography of Canada Lee, Becoming Something, begs this question.
A&E's hand-me-downs have transformed its seven-year-old offspring, the Biography Channel, into the belle of the Nielsen ball.
Michael Power's biography has had two printings in 2005 of 1,000 copies each.
But biography as popularly recognized today owes its character to Lytton Strachey, who set the standard in his Eminent Victorians, published in 1918.