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  • entity-relationship diagram

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  • I'll call the ERD in the middle of that, but realize that it doesn't mean I expect him back on that date, but it's a way to judge his value to your team in comparison to others.

    SI.com

  • After the player's name, you'll see the condition and the ERD is a very, very, very rough guess, based on the best information at the time.

    Baseball Prospectus

  • GreenChek manufactures an emission reduction device simply known as the ERD 2.0, which can be retrofitted to any vehicle or combustible engine regardless of fuel source.

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  • GreenChek manufactures an emission reducing device simply known as the ERD ™, which can be retrofitted to any vehicle regardless of fuel source.

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  • Hospitals serving diverse communities cannot shoulder the weight of strict ERD enforcement as America's population ages and vests itself in end-of-life choice and control, as new technologies to treat infertility emerge and as therapies developed with embryonic stem cell cultures come on line.

    Barbara Coombs Lee: Sierra Vista Chooses Community Over Catholicism

  • Until recently hospitals could interpret the ERD according to their own conscience, and they usually found ways to meet the needs and expectations of their communities.

    Barbara Coombs Lee: Sierra Vista Chooses Community Over Catholicism

  • A publication called Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Healthcare ERD lays it all out.

    Barbara Coombs Lee: Sierra Vista Chooses Community Over Catholicism

  • DBMS is still okay although it's starting to show signs of being a subject we'd all have to work and study hard for ... we're studying ERD models which is so damn complicated and isn't very interesting.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • ERD #61 instructs that dying patients whose pain, breathlessness or other agony cannot be relieved by usual methods should receive instruction in "the Christian understanding of redemptive suffering."

    Barbara Coombs Lee: New HHS "Conscience" Rule Jeopardizes End-of-Life Pain Care

  • (See ERD #61) Unaware of this, we were initially surprised when Christian medical societies and Catholic hospitals fought a California bill to inform patients about palliative sedation.

    Barbara Coombs Lee: New HHS "Conscience" Rule Jeopardizes End-of-Life Pain Care

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