Coag


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n.1.See Coak, a kind of tenon.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The interpretation of quality as both structural and process orientated has found its way into the National Quality Standard (COAG, 2009b) and research shows that "both process quality ...
The second section will analyze COF from the point of view of practitioners, and the third section will contrast COF with COAG and a third institution, the Council for the Australian Federation (CAF) (2).
For example, the OECD Starting Strong II report (2006), published after COAG approved the NRA, found that many nations participating in its review of early childhood provision justified their investment in ECEC (including Australia) in terms of 'issues of women's employment and equality of opportunity; child development and child poverty issues; labour market supply; health, social welfare and later education' (OECD, 2006, p.
A second contemporaneous trial conducted in the US, COAG, included 1015 patients requiring warfarin therapy; 22% of the patients had atrial fibrillation, 58% venous thromboembolism or pulmonary embolus, and 20% a combination or another indication.
COAG is working to develop real quality standards for our industry globally.
While this is reasonable in the context of streamlining elective surgery, for example cataract, for chronic disease management, such as COAG, it may be detrimental to patient care and potentially harmful to patients.
"We will not stand idly by while the EU abandons Spanish fruit and vegetable farmers to their fate while allowing the uncontrolled entry of Moroccan produce grown at starvation wages," COAG spokesman Andres Gongora said.
On 30 April 2009, the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed to create a National Legal Profession Reform Taskforce (Taskforce) to establish a nationally uniform set of laws and rules governing the legal profession in Australia.
At its April meeting, the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed to introduce six-star standards for new residential houses from 2010.
While the housing industry debates the commitment by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) to increase the energy efficiency provisions of the Building Code of Australia from 5 to 6 Stars, property developer Mirvac has begun building a 9-Star energy-rated prototype home in the Melbourne suburb of Waverley Park.
An in vitro study from the early 1990s showed that the depth of thermal injury to 3 mm of myometrium (the depth of destruction believed to completely destroy the basal layer) was found to be more consistent with use of the low-voltage cut waveform compared with the high-voltage modulated coag waveform (Obstet.