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conclusion,

n result or outcome of an event, action, or process.

Patient discussion about conclusion

Q. how do i do blood test? and how do i read it straight and what conclusions can i get out of it?

A. In order to do a blood test you must get a referral from your doctor. You can conclude many things from a simple blood test- for instance, if you are suffering from anemia, an infection, high levels of fat ro cholesterol, sugar levels and more.

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It would have been sheer waste of time--to say nothing of its also implying a want of confidence in my wife--if I had attempted to set things right by disputing Mercy's conclusion.
Sa akin, wala pa naman silang investigation; bakit may conclusion na siya 'di tama ang ginawa ng Republika ng Pilipinas?
CoGS deferred action until its spring meeting on what resolution ought to come after members vote on the conclusion of the St.
In 1998, the Ninth Circuit considered a similar transaction, but reached a conclusion that was different from both the Tax Court and the Second Circuit (Peracchi, 143 F3d 487 (9th Cir.
Because of the requirement to finalize the documentation file within 60 days, a best practice is for auditors to continually update documentation during the audit and discard superseded memos and files as the audit progresses, rather than only at its conclusion, where mistakes can cause confusion and an unclear record.
The NAS/NRC committee met for approximately one year to gather information and receive briefings from experts on the subject, then members began to formulate conclusions and recommendations.
Here, the second sentence or clause spells out the first: namely, it is the conclusion mentioned in the first clause.
We certainly live in a queer period in the Church when Vatican II conclusions appear in contradiction to what was done or said previous to Vatican II, when pre-Vatican II documents are ignored by the so-called experts of today.
To reiterate, we concluded that quarantine might result in considerable psychological distress in the forms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depressive symptoms, but we clearly qualify this conclusion by stating that the results of the study are hypothesis-generating and require further exploration.
24) Best practices include (1) communicating clearly with the client regarding the terms of engagement; (2) establishing the facts, determining which facts are relevant, evaluating the reasonableness of assumptions or representations, relating applicable law to relevant facts, and arriving at a conclusion supported by the facts and law; (3) advising clients regarding the significance of the conclusion; and (4) acting fairly and with integrity in practice before the IRS.
In conclusion, compared to many conference volumes, this Geological Society Special Publication is a good-quality product.