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gem

A popular term for a structure found in nucleoplasm that is highly enriched in spliceosomal snRNPs.
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gem

Malpractice A popular term for a latent problem in Pt management that stems from poor communication, faulty documentation, and other factors, including human factors, such as Pt noncompliance, which sets the stage for events leading to suboptimal care or medical errors. See Malpractice.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

geriatric evaluation and management unit

, geriatric evaluation unit,

GEM

An inpatient unit or program devoted to the assessment of the needs of the older patient.
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GEM

acronym for genetically engineered MICROORGANISM.
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Gem, and jewellery exports in 2009 brought in Rs 45 bn (nearly US $ 405 mn) while National Gem and Jewllery Authority (NGJA) had identified India, China, Russia, Turkey, Taiwan and Oman as new markets for Sri Lankan gems.
But when the company went bust in March with debts of more than pounds 20m, doubts were cast on the gem.
Part one represents 'Beginnings' of both Pam Gems' life and early plays.
Leber Jewelers specializes in Canadian diamonds and other gems that are sourced by the company itself.
After it is extracted from the rock, garnet is cut and polished to shine as a deep red gem.
"Everyone benefits when GEMs are used," Oswald said.
An emerald-tracking procedure that measures the ratio of two oxygen isotopes in a microscopic sample from a gem has been available for a few years (SN: 3/11/00, p.
GEMs are powered by a 72-volt GE motor fed by six 12-volt industrial batteries, two in the front and four under the rear seat.
A MOTHER yesterday criticised a school's decision to send her daughter home after she had a tooth gem fitted.
No crystal to `liberate laughter,' no gem to `expand one's sense of humor'?" Here, indeed, is a niche to fin, a void that beckons me.
Thus for example on page 200 and under "Ancient Engraved Gems-- Supplementary Sources" reference is made to the van der Meulen study on Petrus Paulus Rubens Antiquarius: Collector and Copyist of Antique Gems. To have been more all-inclusive and representative should not such a publication as the Il tesoro di Lorenzo il Magnifico: Le gemme also have been mentioned?
Gems are cut in either of two fashions: Cabochon or faceted.