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induction

the initial TRAINING an employee may receive at the commencement of employment to familiarize him or her with the workings of the organization.
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If it be in space, we shall find them setting bounds to their illimitable void, until ashamed of the feebleness of their first effort, it is renewed, again and again, only to furnish new proofs of the insufficiency of any of earth, even to bring within the compass of their imaginations truths that all their experiments, inductions, evidence and revelations compel them to admit.
Now if, after all, I am wrong in my induction from this ribbon, that the Frenchman was a sailor belonging to a Maltese vessel, still I can have done no harm in saying what I did in the advertisement.
Bonnycastle, who had not heard it but who, shrieking at the queer face he showed her, met it with the remark that there was now ground for a new induction as to the self- made girl.
Winterbourne, who denied the existence of such a person, was quite unable to discover, and he was divided between amazement at the rapidity of her induction and amusement at the frankness of her persiflage.
As the evidence demonstrating multiple benefits of 39-week inductions increases, concerns regarding the feasibility and cost of implementation in the current US health care system mount.
Inductions heat up almost 50% quicker than electric or gas ranges.
Senators will begin their one and half-month committee inductions mid next month, a day after getting back from the long December recess.
Pessimists might object that the grand pessimistic induction is a successor of the old and new pessimistic inductions, so the grand pessimistic induction has infinitely many problems, if the old and new pessimistic inductions have infinitely many problems.
PD Ports operates across 3 sites, throughout the North East, so managing guests, contractors and expiring inductions is essential for an efficient work flow.
Failed inductions were those cases, which did not fulfil the criteria for the definition of induction of labour.
"During expectant management, things can arise--the babies get bigger, the placentas get worse, moms can develop bleeding or preedampsia--all of which increase the risk of cesarean section, so if you don't take this into account, then inductions look worse."
Labour induction is considered elective when it is under taken for the purpose of convenience and in the absence of any maternal and foetal condition that justifies delivery.5 Case controlled studies or randomized trials1,6,7 have shown that elective inductions lead to more operative deliveries, more need for pain relief but less meconium in labour.