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dic·ta·tion

(dik-tā'shŭn)
An oral record of a patient's care created by a health care professional that is used by a medical transcriptionist to create a printed record.
[L. dicto, fr. dico, to say]
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Colbert resumed his place at Mazarin's pillow at the first interval of pain, and persuaded him to dictate a donation thus conceived.
Because the passions of men will not conform to the dictates of reason and justice, without constraint.
Maston, who, despite all dictates of prudence, had kept in advance of the mass, was pitched back 120 feet, shooting like a projectile over the heads of his fellow-citizens.
China could not dictate on the Philippines to ban all online gambling operations in the country, Manila's top diplomat to Beijing said Thursday.
The main reason behind the dollar appreciation was due to market rumors that IMF would dictate the terms and signing agreement with the international financial institutions, the country has to adjust dollar ate, interest rate and some other key macro economic indicators.
Do not let him dictate terms," Weerawansa said in Parliament.
"The White House counsel has allowed the Senate to dictate what these terms look like and what the scope of the investigation is," she said.
CRAIG LEVEIN has blasted "crazy" attempts to dictate the maximum length of grass in Scottish football.
Sharing another taped conversation between Justice (retd) Abdul Qayyum and former National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairperson Saifur Rehman, the PPP chief stressed that the Sharifs wanted to dictate judgments to the judiciary again.
Pakistan People's Party (PPP) chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday alleged that the Sharif brothers wanted to 'dictate judgments to the judiciary once again'.
LAHORE -- Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that the leadership of Pakistan Muslim League wants to dictate judiciary again.
Chairing the Senate session, Raza Rabbani said that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) could not dictate the country on the distribution of resources among the provinces.'We are not a colony that they dictate us to use our resources,' he added.