"Pretty good thing you died, Briss, old man," Martin murmured, letting the magazine slip between his knees to the floor.
"Poor Briss," Martin communed; "he would never have forgiven me."
This report is based, in part, on contributions by P Briss
, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, and D Matson-Koffman, Div for Heart Disease and Stroke, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, CDC.
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But there are so many other characters that have to be done: Tubbs and Edward, obviously, the Dentons, Les McQueen, Papa Lazarou and Hilary Briss
But so many other characters have to be done: Tubbs and Edward, obviously, the Dentons, Les McQueen, Papa Lazarou and Hilary Briss
. There are loads, and we don't want to short-change people.
Hopkins, D.P., Briss
, P.A., Ricard, C.J., Husten, C.G., Carande-Kulis, VG., Fielding, J.E., ...
AS MORE PATIENTS ARE LIVING with chronic disease, which is expected to reach 157 million Americans by 2020, it is crucial to ensure there is an adequate workforce to deliver timely and high-quality primary care to patients who need to manage their conditions (Bauer, Briss
, Goodman, & Bowman, 2014; Wu & Green, 2000).
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PA, Eccles M, Falck-Ytter Y, Flottorp S, et al.