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SAM

A regional term for a federal narcotics agent

SAM

Cardiology Systolic anterior motion An anomalous movement of the mitral valve's anterior leaflet, which appears to strike the interventricular septum in early diastole; seen in Pts with idiopathic hypertrophic subaortic stenosis and obstruction.
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(1) The original one-way trust relationship is extended to a two-way trust relationship, and three trust strategies based on the importance of current events are given.
Physicians should advise parents to keep this at scale, not to view a minor lie in black and white terms because this risks the very valuable, deeper trust relationship they need to have with their teenager.
The basic focus of a crisis intervention communication approach is to demonstrate empathy to establish some type of basic trust relationship and to move the subject out of the overly emotional state to a more rational one by allowing the person to vent his emotions.
Software developers have trust relationships during every stage of software development.
In contrast, when the Court has interpreted statutes passed outside the trust relationship, it has been less solicitous of the canon.
They see the Narragansett issue as a kind of test case to see how strong the federal government's constitutional trust relationship with Native tribes is when put to the test.
The Tax Court agreed that if a trust relationship had been created instead of Shearson simply being Cummins, agent, the gifts would be complete on Shearson's receipt of the letter.
Congress and state legislatures should resist all efforts to create any additional trust relationships where the true relationship of the parties is one of debtor and creditor.
So Rick's folks really need that trust relationship in order to discover what is truly valued by the organization.
Trees can be grouped into Forests, which establish a transitive trust relationship between the two trees, which allows all the domains in the Forest to share resources if they have the appropriate security permissions.