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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.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005
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Caption: Ernesto Neto, The Serpent's energy gave birth to humanity, 2016, cotton voile crochet, cotton voile knot carpet, bamboo, semiprecious stones, wood, leaves, apples, guitar, bongos, maracas, dimensions variable.
Satellite data will be also used to explore deposits of precious stones and semiprecious stones, to assess cultivated land, to monitor emergency situations and to control border areas.
Most students used this technique to create rings adorned with semiprecious stones such as opals, simulated emeralds and aquamarine.
Neuwirth is famous for setting colorful semiprecious stones in bold settings with Amy Adams, Drew Barrymore, Reese Witherspoon, and countless other celebrities wearing her jewelries.
"As well as diamonds, we often work with semiprecious stones and mother of pearl.
NEW DELHI -- After successfully clamping down on gold imports to bring the runaway current account deficit under control, the government has set its sights on diamonds, precious and semiprecious stones, and precious metals, which it says are being round-tripped through duty free special economic zones (SEZs), with traders illegally creaming off the arbitrage.
Precious and Semi-Precious Stones: Customs duty on preform precious and semiprecious stones has been reduced from 10 per cent to 2 per cent.
Native Americans improved the look of their teeth by carving notches and grooves and putting semiprecious stones in them that added to the brilliance of their smile.
The commissioner added that two other mining licenses were renewed for Fourth Mining Company in respect of Precious Stones (diamonds) and Semiprecious Stones during the 2012 calendar year.
These finds include ornaments made of mammoth tusks, animal teeth, ostrich eggshells, seashells and semiprecious stones. Bone needles with drilled eyes and cylinder-shaped bone beads were found as well.
Today, Pivar crafts rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces in 22-karat gold, silver and precious and semiprecious stones. "I don't come to design from the fashion world," she says.
While Gemology products are inspired by life's essential minerals and provides a range of skincare that captures the richness of precious and semiprecious stones, which help achieve young and radiant skin.