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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
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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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Finally, in section II, we have eight essays, six of which focus on either actual historians such as Gibbon, Wells, Spengler, and Toynbee, or figures whose vision of history influenced subsequent generations such as Augustine and Marx.
With much innovation and daring, to such an extent that some historians have ranked him as "little if at all lower than Washington as a general in the field," Greene conducted a campaign ending British activity in Georgia and the Carolinas.
As a black historian, Bunch understands the struggles and sacrifices of previous generations.
The historians' efforts to study objectivity have great significance for what are called the science wars.
Trevelyan, 'head of my profession in England', and Samuel Eliot Morison, 'the greatest of American historians'.
'Through its added connectivity to the PI System, FactoryTalk Historian ME can now feed historical production information to more systems adding additional value to customers whether they're using FactoryTalk Historian Site Edition or the PI System.
In an essay in the Chicago-Kent Law Review the year Arming America appeared, he portrayed scholars who found evidence of an individual right to be armed as "post-modernists" for whom "facts do not matter," partisans uninterested in "the hard and time-consuming task of archival research." He warned that "the next stop is Holocaust denial." When Clayton Cramer, an amateur historian, questioned some of Bellesiles' evidence in a polite letter to The Chronicle of Higher Education, Bellesiles lashed out: "Clayton Cramer hates my research and has for some time....
In a 1958 summary article, historian Robert Baker assessed premillennialism in Baptist life.
Will Knight, head of worldwide partner sales, said: "Seeq provides advanced analytics for leveraging operational data from all major historians, and contextual data from big data, cloud, and IIoT platforms."
'Every historian has his or her lifetime, a private perch from which to survey the world.
London, United Kingdom, April 03, 2016 --(PR.com)-- "Automatic record matching is a very popular feature of Family Historian," said Simon Orde, CEO of Calico Pie.