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staging

Redecorating a home, including the use of rented furniture and accessories, to make it appear more attractive to potential buyers.

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Chapter 2, for example, addresses the challenges of staging the play.
As a result, NPUAP is calling for HCFA to work with the Panel and other related organizations to "rectify procedures, policies and reimbursement criteria that encourage or require reverse staging as a means to assess pressure ulcer healing.
The new board receives praise from Chicago resident Barb Schwarz, founder of Home Staging, StagedHomes.
Schwarz has coined the phrase "Think globally, act locally through the world of home Staging" to be the theme for the Worldwide Staging Service Day.
Lighting and staging technologies are vital to the systems approach that visitors look for at InfoComm," said Randal A.
The concept of Home Staging was pioneered by Barb Schwarz, who is the founder of StagedHomes.
Unlike decorating, Staging is a series of researched, proven techniques that increase the sales potential of a property by making it appeal not to the current owner -- but to the potential buyer.
And for the first time, the most widely-used cancer staging system from the American Joint Committee on Cancer is available in an easy-to-use, mobile format integrated with other valuable tools, such as a staging calculator and several indices.
In a matched-pair analysis conducted to reduce the effect of possible selection bias for those patients receiving post-operative CANVAXIN(TM) therapy, 739 patients treated with the CANVAXIN(TM) vaccine were matched with 739 non-treated patients based on six prognostic factors known to affect the survival of patients with Stage III melanoma as identified by the AJCC Melanoma Staging Committee: number of metastatic nodes, nodal size (palpable or non-palpable), ulceration, stage of primary tumor, sex and age.