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To return or cause to return to the normal, particularly without suppuration, said of a phlegmon or other form of inflammation.
[L. resolvo, to loosen]


v. re·solved, re·solving, re·solves
1. Medicine To cause reduction of (an inflammation, for example).
2. Chemistry To separate (an optically inactive compound or mixture) into its optically active constituents.

re·solv′a·bil′i·ty, re·solv′a·ble·ness n.
re·solv′a·ble adj.
re·solv′ed·ly (-zŏl′vĭd-lē) adv.
re·solv′er n.
Malpractice Recognise, Respond, Resolve A term coined by Copic Insurance in Colorado, which provides medical malpractice coverage to doctors and health professionals as part of promoting open disclosure about medical errors
Managed care—US Request, Render, Report A trilogy of factors that must be met before a patient can be billed for a consultation from a physician other than the primary care provider: the ordering physician must Request the consultation; the consultant must Render a medical opinion, and issue a written Report
Research Reduce, Refine, Replace A research philosophy first articulated in 1959 by British scientists WMS Russell and RL Burch who linked scientific excellence to the humane and efficient use of laboratory animals, a philosophy now known as 'alternatives'
Vox populi Reading, wRiting, aRithmetic This is the original phrase which inspired the many other 'three Rs.' It referred to the core components of an elementary school education in America


Reproduction medicine A national, nonprofit consumer organization offering education, advocacy, and support to those experiencing infertility


To return or cause to return to the normal, particularly without suppuration; said of a phlegmon or other form of inflammation.
[L. resolvo, to loosen]

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Q. Can some one resolve my confusion that---- what is diet and what is nutrition?

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Although I've been talking about OpenURL primarily in the context of the linking that takes place from within a discovery platform, your OpenURL resolver plays another important role: being the primary interface to content discovered outside of the library on the network at large, such as content discovered via Google Scholar.
The AnyNET I/O ANA2 is a full featured 2-channel Resolver interface that communicates with the host controller (PLC or PAC) over the network.
Resolvers are used by the Navy in what it calls "porpoises." These devices are towed behind ships, carrying sonar to detect submarines.
The beauty of the OpenURL link resolver is that it allows the local librarian to control what links do and do not appear to users, thus solving the now-infamous "appropriate copy" problem.
As potential problems with link resolvers are becoming widely recognized, two National Information Standards Organization (NISO) initiatives are underway to address quality issues.
Conversely, a notably weak area for commercial resolvers is their integration of print and microform holdings from local integrated library systems into resolver results.
This is why link resolvers are great for libraries and why CrossRef actively works with libraries and providers of link resolvers.
At depths of an inch or less, the encoders are smaller than most commutating encoders and match resolvers in size.
We'll continue to need the skilled information specialists to carry out sophisticated searching of discipline-specific resources, and links resolvers actually ensure that these searching tools will continue to be useful.
AMCI Direct carries a wide variety of AMCI size 11 resolvers. AMCI's size 11 resolver sensors can be easily crossed with most other size 11 resolvers in the market.
Terryville, CT, October 01, 2010 --( AMCI announces recent mechanical advancements made to the R11 (size 11 resolvers) that increase reliability and maximize equipment up-time.
(AMCI), has released the NR25 series of heavy-duty EtherNet/IP resolvers. Compatible with all Allen-Bradley PLCs that support EtherNet/IP, these networked rotary sensors provide an overall measuring range of 16 bits (single-turn resolution) plus 14 bits (number of revolutions), or 30 bits total.