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A UK term of art for:
(1) The register of patients for whom a GP (or the GP practice) is responsible for managing, which ideally is no more than 1700 per GP but in fact may be higher.
(2) The group of patients that are booked to see a particular consultant during an operating theatre list or clinic.

list

(list)
A series of words collected or organized on a specific principle.
[It. lista, fr. Germanic]
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There was a murmur even among the attendants of Prince John; but De Bracy, whose profession freed him from all scruples, extended his long lance over the space which separated the gallery from the lists, and would have executed the commands of the Prince before Athelstane the Unready had recovered presence of mind sufficient even to draw back his person from the weapon, had not Cedric, as prompt as his companion was tardy, unsheathed, with the speed of lightning, the short sword which he wore, and at a single blow severed the point of the lance from the handle.
He satisfied himself, however, with commanding the men-at-arms, who surrounded the lists, to keep an eye on the braggart, pointing to the yeoman.
As the Jew, stunned by the request, afraid to refuse, and unwilling to comply, fumbled in the furred bag which hung by his girdle, and was perhaps endeavouring to ascertain how few coins might pass for a handful, the Prince stooped from his jennet and settled Isaac's doubts by snatching the pouch itself from his side; and flinging to Wamba a couple of the gold pieces which it contained, he pursued his career round the lists, leaving the Jew to the derision of those around him, and himself receiving as much applause from the spectators as if he had done some honest and honourable action.
Thanks to the Medicare Part D plan pushed by the Bush administration and passed by Congress, however, low-income patients now have broader access to AIDS drug coverage, and people like Woods are coming off waiting lists as well as getting meds not covered by ADAPs.
Discussion lists are two-way lists that provide League members with an excellent way to share information or become better informed through an online discussion among list members.
In general, the scope and breadth of your company's OFAC compliance program should be portionate to the relative probability that your company will conduct a transaction with a person or entity subject to OFAC control, the frequency with which OFAC is currently updating its lists and other risk factors.
An organizer or seller of a potentially abusive tax shelter must maintain a list identifying each person who was sold an interest in a shelter for which registration was required under Sec.
For easy reference, the CD includes a numerical listing, reference materials supplier list, test equipment suppliers list, a supplier directory, test laboratories and research facilities listing, safety sources listing, and a subject index.
You get most of these from lists of Controlled Circulation publications and association member lists.
We would like to see IHEs be more honest about their waiting lists.
For LOGSA to create the list, they'll need to know what equipment you have.
After some checking, the officers told Nelson: ``Evidently the name David Nelson is on the terrorist list.