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barken

(ˈbɑːkən)
adj
poetic consisting of bark
vb
Scot to dry out or become dry with a bark-like outer layer
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For example, in Canada, Barken (2014) examined how a diagnosis of PD disrupts established routines, interactions and future plans for a spouse.
Barken JS (12) in Toronto study reported a mean duration of return to normal work as 6 [+ or -] 3 weeks in OC group and 1 [+ or -] 2 weeks in LC group.
Memoria," a drama from writer Adam Barken and "Orphan Black" producer Temple Street Prods.
The authors thank Frederick Barken, MD, Ronald Epstein, MD, and Thomas Inui, MD, for their thoughtful comments on this work.
RACHEL BARKEN, MARGARET DENTON, JENNIFER PLENDERLEITH, AND ISIK U.
Denton M, Brookman C, Zeytinoglu I, Plenderleith J, Barken R (2014) Task shifting in the provision of home and social care in Ontario, Canada: implications for quality of care.
According to Leonard Barken, the Ovide moralise, one of the most popular and influential medieval texts, represents an attempt to differentiate nature as generative (in bono) from nature as corrupt (in malo), and thereby to arrest the threat of nature's transformative power.
See Joanne Barken, Note, Does the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 Offer Adequate Protection?
Rektor mellom barken og veden ved innforing av en ny laereplan?
Barken (health policy, Ithaca College) draws from research and his experience as a primary care physician to illustrate how the practice of primary care is failing due to the trends of efficiency, profit, and productivity, which contributed to his retiring from the profession.