REPEAT


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AcronymDefinition
REPEATRepeatable Performance Evaluation and Analysis Tool
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How the creatures order one about, and make one repeat lessons
cried the Gryphon, and the Mock Turtle had just begun to repeat it, when a cry of `The trial's beginning
Eliot gave them occasionally an apple or a cake; and the adults were requested to repeat to them the instructions that had been given.
All patients aged 13 years and older who needed at least two repeat laparotomies were included in the study.
To allow more general repeats, Ucamco introduced a command called AB that creates a block aperture that can be flashed in any location and orientation.
VIEWERS are likely to feel a sense of deja vu during the festive season after it was revealed that this year's Christmas TV has more repeats then ever before.
Although it is assumed that repeat analysis of critical values is common, published information about the practice is scant.
The aim of a glaucoma repeat readings pathway is to reduce false positive referrals to the hospital eye service, easing patient anxiety and increasing capacity within the over-burdened hospital glaucoma clinics.
LICENCE payers have blasted the BBC after it emerged a massive 75% of its daytime shows were repeats.
Clearly the continued repetition of quality control testing until the desired result is achieved is a misguided practice (3), but what about a single planned repeat evaluation for a failing 1:2s QC rule?
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