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treatment

1. the application of medicines, surgery, psychotherapy, etc., to a patient or to a disease or symptom
2. Films an expansion of a script into sequence form, indicating camera angles, dialogue, etc.
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But these workers are seriously deluded if they think they are entitled to extraordinary treatment amid the new economic realities of 2011 and beyond.
Surveys have shown again and again that the majority of patients, if given a choice, would forego extraordinary treatment that would diminish the quality of their lives.
Extraordinary treatment is any medical treatment that is a serious burden on the patient either physically, psychologically, emotionally, or even financially.
It must be proven that on Day 1, there were no anomalies that would skew the results; for instance, that the oven temperature was recorded accurately and the solder paste not mishandled or given any extraordinary treatment the other pastes would not receive.
A powerful indictment of the inflexible caste system and codes of honour Lorca experienced growing up in southern Spain, the play with its all-female cast is given an extraordinary treatment in this production by the Belgrade's associate director Gadi Roll.
145 did not completely eliminate extraordinary treatment for material gains and losses from early extinguishment of debt.
Guided by the advance directive that expresses those interests, and in the reasonable belief that although he isn't dying, he is "incurable," she requests that "extraordinary treatment or lifesaving measures" be stopped.
This is the prelude to (among other things) an extraordinary treatment of the Peterloo Massacre, which contrives to make four clear errors of fact in a single sentence.

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