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seclusion

[si′klü·zhən]
(meteorology)
A special case of the process of occlusion, where the point at which the cold front first overtakes the warm front (or quasi-stationary front) is at some distance from the apex of the wave cyclone.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Until then, interim standards for seclusion and time out are in effect, as directed by ministerial order.
The CQC also found "the majority of seclusion rooms" lacked basic furnishings - and there were examples of patients' dignity not being respected.
In the introduction to the book, Al-Shugairi writes about spiritual seclusion and lists the life-changing effects it can bring.
He further claims that Corrine intruded upon his seclusion, in violation of Illinois law, by photographing the interior of his condominium.
Allison Ikley-Freeman, D-Tulsa, is continuing the push to formally limit restraint and seclusion in Oklahoma schools.
Sources informed our correspondent that Prince Nasiru Adebayo stormed Edunabon last Friday amid funfair and went to Adeyemi and Bolu compounds according to their tradition, then later proceeded to seclusion, which was perceived in some quarters as a direct affront to Prince Kehinde Oladepo, who had hitherto commenced seclusion rites.
"In October I was told my son has been put in the seclusion room a reported 53 times from July 9, 2017, to September 22, 2018.
On one of these forays, Patch and Rexx discover an artifact from before "The Seclusion," a van full of maps and books.
THE NZNO mental health nurses section (MHNS) supports the work of the Health Quality & Safety Commission (HQSC) in engaging mental health nurses in processes designed to eliminate seclusion in Aotearoa/New Zealand (see "Nurses key to solving challenge of seclusion", Sept issue, p30).
The faithful observing Aitekaf will sit in seclusion in mosques till the sighting of Shawwal moon.
The state government expects the use of seclusion and restraint in acute mental health units and emergency departments (EDs) to decline after it implements a review panel's recommendations.