critical group


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critical group

a taxonomic group in which it is difficult to recognize taxonomic differences.
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New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Shereef Elnahal said that the bill formally enshrines a critical group that helps "us learn from tragic maternal deaths across NJ." Elnahal added: "Importantly, it also empowers us to convene stakeholders across government and the health care system to respond by improving the quality and safety of maternity care with a particular focus on eliminating the shameful disparities in outcomes for black women.
To better understand their buying habits, DAN Philippines, in collaboration with eConsultancy, implemented a shopping-habits study focusing on this critical group. These young buyers in their teens to early 20s are excited about digital retail formats.
One critical group - the faith community - has been largely absent from the conversation, until now," said AmpleHarvest.org's Founder and Executive Director Gary Oppenheimer.
Eventually, the dyed-in-thewool Gers fan had to turn off his mobile last night to prepare for the critical Group G tie at the Allianz Stadium.
Overweight and obese women are a critical group to target because they have higher rates of excess pregnancy weight gain.
The Rascal is aimed at a critical group of shooters.
The most critical group whose perception of PML-N's honesty (or dishonesty) will matter the most is the undecided voter in Punjab.
During his time at Clune and while managing the mission critical group, he has served as ah Executive Administrative Lead and companywide Operations Director.
Young adults represent a critical group in a well-functioning healthcare market, since their premiums help offset the higher costs of older Americans who typically use more medical services.
The most critical group of all includes multidrug resistant bacteria that pose a particular threat in hospitals and nursing homes and among patients whose care requires devices such as ventilators and blood catheters.
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