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A patient who provides a history; the term is used in positive or negative terms, as in a good/poor historian, when the patient is able/unable to provide reliable information

historian

A Pt who provides–in contrast to the usual dictionary definition, one who records–history; the term is used in positive or negative terms, as in a good/poor historian, when the Pt is able/unable to provide reliable information
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Windows Azure is a scalable, flexible cloud platform, and Invensys' introduction of its Wonderware Historian Online Edition on Windows Azure demonstrates the value industrial firms can gain from using a platform that removes the burden of requiring expensive IT infrastructure to bring new products quickly online, said Dewey Forrester, senior director, business development and evangelism at Microsoft.
Like the other included historians, Donald recommends finishing the research phase before writing.
Additionally, machine builders can apply FactoryTalk Historian ME to pre-qualify the data collection of their machines, reducing the time required for on-site installation, configuration and validation efforts.
He refers to the "severe epistemological crisis engendered by postmodernism," but does not engage with its ongoing effects on the discipline, or the many and varied ways in which contemporary historians understand themselves and their endeavours in relation to the "truth," (p.
After graduate school, professional historians were expected to continue to research and publish.
One of the most renowned historians of the past century, Hofstadter taught for much of his life at Columbia University where he twice won the Pulitzer Prize for his writings on American history and politics.
The most interesting sections examine the ways in which feminist historians, such as Carolyn Steedman, and transgender historians, such as the economic historian Deidre McCloskey, make sense of their lives and careers.
The historian pushed up to leadership the experiences and lessons learned about constructing camps with appropriate sanitation and about logistically supporting humanitarian relief.
In regard specifically to the dissemination of knowledge, initiatives in ICT have given historians the chance to bring their research into the classroom and to offer history students an opportunity to view and analyze materials otherwise impossible to incorporate into traditional books, texts, articles and monographs.
Tripp calls this invitation "immediately warm, embracing, and open-ended, more geared to desire than to accommodation" and points out that while bed-sharing by two men was not unusual, when it was "protracted or not explained by circumstance," it "bordered on impropriety," in the words of another Lincoln historian.
Gutas in fact offers the greatest respect a secular humanist historian may offer: the interpretation of the past on the basis of what he deems to be universal criteria of investigation.