And so, for works not on their very short list, MLA says that "you may use the abbreviations
you find in your sources, or you may devise simple, unambiguous abbreviations
of your own:' You see the problem here.
1957) Shortened definition of Anthropometric (body) measured parameters parameters Abbreviation
Height of knee in (b [left and right arrow] ges) HKst sitting Max.
However the discussion applies to the broader use of symbols and abbreviations
in mathematics classrooms and in everyday life.
This includes abbreviation
expansion, word prediction, cognitive retraining software, reading and writing aids, electronic reference tools, and browser accessibility.
But not all the shorthand phrases and abbreviations
used by the medical profession, which can be just as confusing to the patient as the complicated names of diseases and procedures, are as innocent.
As many as 20 per cent could not identify any of the eight abbreviations
, and only 51 per cent knew that FSH stood for full service history.
That's an abbreviation
for Multi Sport Vehicle - which is, according to SEAT, "a concept that combines sporty design and a dynamic driving experience with the functionality of a mono-space arrangement inside".
CAR buyers could be driving away with unsuitable vehicles because they cannot understand the complicated abbreviations
used in motor advertising, it was revealed today.
Q: Do you think an abbreviation
like LGBT or GLBTQ, etc.
He said: "One of the parts of my portfolio is communication and I seem to be getting bombarded with notes and briefing papers which are almost impossible to read because of the abbreviation
used internally by officers.
In addition, the JLRT, or "JETRO Listening and Reading Comprehension" will become the "Japanese Listening and Reading Comprehension Test", and keep the "JLRT" abbreviation
org, which also points out that DEHA is the standard abbreviation
for diethylhexyladipate, not diethylhyd roxylamine.