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This article presents a glossary of terms used in various articles published in the January 2004 issue of "ACP Journal Club." The term, allocation concealed means that the researchers were deemed to have taken adequate measures to conceal allocation to study groups from those responsible for...
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The article lists the terminology used in therapeutics and clinical medicine which include the terms and phrases allocation concealed, allocation not concealed, and unclear allocation concealment.
- afebrile. Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia;2004, p21
A definition of the term "afebrile" is presented. Afebrile is a medical term which means having no fever.
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Presents the meaning of terms used in an article published in the December 2002 issue of the 'Weekly Reader' magazine.
- A Glossary of Terms Used in this Issue. // Congressional Digest;Nov32, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p285
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Presents a glossary of the "Journal of Materials Science Letters," published in the May 2003 issue.
- APPENDIX. // Poland Country Profile;2011, p78
An appendix is presented depicting terms and phrases related to the periodicals socio-economic and political analysis.
- GLOSSARY. // Problems of Economics;Feb87, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p119
Presents a glossary of economic terms used in the February 1987 issue of the journal 'Problems of Economics.' Cost accounting; Embodied labor; Economic accountability.
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Presents a glossary of terms related to economics. Cost accounting; Department I and II; Economic accountability; Embodied labor; Enterprise collective.