percase

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percase

(pəˈkeɪs)
adv
1. maybe; perhaps
2. by chance; perchance; as it may happen
3. by chance; as it turned out
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And though that I my selfe now percase Thus myn opynyon have publysshed Or any of my felowes here in this place In any poynt here have us abused We beseche you to holde us excused And so the auctor herof requyreth you all And thus I commyt you to God eternall.
And for the rest you shall find it now in this second imprinting so turquened and turned, so clensed from all vnclenly wordes, and so purged from the humor of inhumanities, as percase you would not iudge that it was the same tale.
For instance, Smith, Westfall, and Nicholas (2002) documented a 1997 mandate by a regional HMO in Colorado for hospitalist usage that resulted in increased percase costs of care and lengths of stay.
and some, percase, by the wyser sort of people, kepte in store, as it
At the start of PPS, hospital costs were computed on a standardized percase basis; after standardization, however, costs per case in rural hospitals were still found to be about one-fifth lower than those for urban hospitals (U.