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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.
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In addition to clearly stating the regulations or policies of the state, these documents explicitly define and give examples of the appropriate procedures related to prevention of emergency situations, use of specific seclusion and restraint, and specific reporting and debriefing.
She also highlights the architecture of seclusion, with b&w photos of women's spaces.
Before launching this initiative, GHIN staff relied upon seclusion and restraint as a "basic behavior modification technique," while Gaynor says it was "the only tool in our toolbox, and we used the hell out of it.
2) Restraint or seclusion may only be used when less restrictive interventions have been determined to be ineffective to protect the patient, a staff member or others from harm.
Clark made her society debut at age 20 and got married at 22, shortly after which she divorced and spent the next eight decades in virtual seclusion.
According to LeBel, (3)"Advancing seclusion and restraint standards is in the hands of administrators.
9) Systematic studies of the effectiveness of restraints are lacking, as is research on events transpiring during seclusion.
ESPECIALLY in retirement, there is a balance to strike between peaceful seclusion and having people nearby to call on, should you need attention.
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Told through the eyes of Anna, a thirty year old woman reflecting upon her life, Autumn Seclusion is a tale of coming to grips with one's hidden fears and blemishes.
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA -- After more than 30 years in seclusion, pop-art icon James Gill has emerged.
The use of seclusion timeout in school settings has again become controversial.