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continuum

[kəntin′yo̅o̅·əm] pl. continua
1 a continuous series or whole.
2 (in mathematics) a system of real numbers.

continuum

(botany) vegetation which grades from one type to another with no clear-cut ending or beginning of one and the next.
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Rachel Shao-Lan Blum, a choreographer and teacher in Los Angeles, studied Continuum to heal a shoulder injury, but found the work moved into deeper places of learning and healing.
b] spectra upon continuum terms of ordinary arc spectra gives rise to the same situation that occurs in noble gases' spectra between the two limits of the arc spectrum.
Cohen's demonstration that the continuum hypothesis could be neither proved nor disproved "caused a foundational crisis," Woodin says.
Kearsley was the first to offer a continuum of care for lower-income adults, and many residents pay what they can afford.
The nursing director of the Neuroscience Center suggested the development of a critical pathway as a framework for coordinating care across the continuum and as a tool for program development.
Once administrators decide to expand the use-of-force continuum, they must then determine the most appropriate technology or device to fill the gaps.
Fairview is also a member of the very forward-looking Chicago Health Resources Alliance, a network of area LTC providers also focusing on the continuum of care, as described in "What's Ahead: The Long-Term Care Network," p.
FCG was selected to work with Beth Israel Medical Center based on the company's familiarity with our organization and its proven ability to operate the majority of our applications," said Marc Milstein, Corporate Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Continuum Health Partners.
Headquartered within Boston's high-tech beltway, Continuum is dedicated to bringing the highest performance photonic subsystem and system products to its customers.
One that has been taken hold of by healthcare professionals and lauded as a key to the future is the integrated coordination of care: the concept of a continuum.
for membership in Premier's Continuum of Care program, which serves non-hospital healthcare providers.

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