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AcronymDefinition
ASSUREAwards to Stimulate and Support Undergraduate Research Experiences (US DoD)
ASSUREAssociation for the Sustainable Use and Recovery (Europe)
ASSUREAlliance for Sound State Uniform Regulatory Efficiency (National Association of Insurance Commissioners)
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At a minimum, this solution would require partial identification of voters to assure that the reinterpretation of the intent of the voters is derived from valid individual voting data.
A patient's clear understanding of the treatment plan and documentation of the steps taken to assure this could make a substantial difference if there were to be a charge of substandard care.
VoIPLink Ready status assures carriers that use the MERA MVTS Session Controller product a rapid connection to ITXC.net for international call exchange
"Ensure, insure, and assure are interchangeable in many contexts where they indicate the making certain or inevitable of an outcome, but insure sometimes stresses the taking of necessary measures beforehand, and assure distinctively implies the removal of doubt and suspense from a person's mind" (Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary, as quoted in Webster's Dictionary of English Usage).
* Assure that drives are maintained and serviced per the hardware manufacturer's specifications.
Furthermore, when used as a layered system of proactive refinement in complex environments, it can provide a way to enumerate the amount of combined arms assets required to assure freedom of maneuver of the decisive force.
New benefits include advanced export/import operations for efficient data migration, the ability to simultaneously send copies of database and log backups to multiple locations to assure both local and remote recoverability, and the ability to recover tables to any point-in-time from a physical backup to both speed recovery and minimize data loss.
The research, which is a linchpin in our initiative, our CAMPaign to honor our past and assure our future, can provide the added value to our profession, to our credibility, to our programs, and to our ability to be recognized by the communities in which we live and work and contribute.
How can health care leaders and physicians help the technology innovators and the executives of new technology firms understand the components necessary to assure physician acceptance and utilization of the new tools?
Once this principle is accepted, SNFs can proceed to adopt tools that will more correctly estimate patient costs and provide information to assure improved profitability.
In addition, manufacturer's tests on the approved HIV test system have been carefully reviewed by the FDA to assure that the tests conducted were themselves adequate to demonstrate that the system is capable of yielding accurate, dependable results.
Assure that the RSA State Plan Requirements and Policy Directives are consistent with the RSA/CSAVR Streamlining Initiative and reflect on outcomes.