Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of acuity.

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Examples

  • I am still trying to get signed off on deliveries at work to move up the clinical ladder and it has been very slow going due to patient census, acuities and assignments plus a little bad/good luck on my part (not working when we get some of our admissions).

    January « 2007 « Adventures in Juggling

  • I am still trying to get signed off on deliveries at work to move up the clinical ladder and it has been very slow going due to patient census, acuities and assignments plus a little bad/good luck on my part (not working when we get some of our admissions).

    it’s a brave new world « Adventures in Juggling

  • I am still trying to get signed off on deliveries at work to move up the clinical ladder and it has been very slow going due to patient census, acuities and assignments plus a little bad/good luck on my part (not working when we get some of our admissions).

    23 « January « 2007 « Adventures in Juggling

  • David reads an email from John about “Fire Upon the Deep”, and how our commentary inspired him to go out and buy the book, and the theory that the Slow Zone also affected the mental abilities and acuities of the people living there.

    KAMN Show #29: Colossus: The Forbin Project : The Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas

  • This website is very useful if you need to know how various people will be able to see or not, as the case may be! your combination of foreground and background colours in online learning material, based on their visual acuities.

    Colours

  • This website is very useful if you need to know how various people will be able to see or not, as the case may be! your combination of foreground and background colours in online learning material, based on their visual acuities.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • The life had probably not been of the most vivid order: for long periods, no doubt, it had fallen as noiselessly into the past as the quiet drizzle of autumn fell, hour after hour, into the green fish-pond between the yews; but these back-waters of existence sometimes breed, in their sluggish depths, strange acuities of emotion, and Mary Boyne had felt from the first the occasional brush of an intenser memory.

    Afterward

  • The life had probably not been of the most vivid order: for long periods, no doubt, it had fallen as noiselessly into the past as the quiet drizzle of autumn fell, hour after hour, into the green fish-pond between the yews; but these back-waters of existence sometimes breed, in their sluggish depths, strange acuities of emotion, and Mary Boyne had felt from the first the occasional brush of an intenser memory.

    Tales of Men and Ghosts

  • The life had probably not been of the most vivid order: for long periods, no doubt, it had fallen as noiselessly into the past as the quiet drizzle of autumn fell, hour after hour, into the green fish-pond between the yews; but these back-waters of existence sometimes breed, in their sluggish depths, strange acuities of emotion, and Mary Boyne had felt from the first the occasional brush of an intenser memory.

    The Early Short Fiction of Edith Wharton — Part 2

  • Internal staffing documents from UC Davis last year show a third of the shifts were short one or more registered nurses in each unit than required by individual patient acuities on those shifts, she said.

    Dallas Business News - Local Dallas News | Dallas Business Journal

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