Crengle

Cren´gle


n.1.See Cringle.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(3.) Arroll B, Smith FG, Crengle S, Gunn J, Kerse N, Fishman T, et al.
Twelve studies met all criteria (Bolitho & Huntington, 2006; Casamassimo, Seale, & Ruehs 2004; Cram, Smith & Johnstone, 2003; Crengle, 2000; Edwards & Merry, 2002; Edwards, Merry & Pealing, 2002; Mead, Bower & Roland, 2008; Ministry of Health, 2004, 2010; Nikora, Karapu, Hickey & Te Awekotuku, 2004; Wiley, 2009; Wilson, 2008) (see Table 1).
Lambert, M., Fleming, T., Ameratunga, S., Robinson, E., Crengle, S., Sheridan, J., ...
C., Fleming, T., Bullen, P., Denny, S., Crengle, S., Dyson, B., Fortune, S., Lucassen, M., Peiris-Joh, R., Robinson, E., Rossen, F., Sheridan, J., Teevale, T., & Utter, J.
Clark, T., Fleming, T., Bullen, P., Crengle, S., Denny, S., Dyson, B., Teevale, T.
Crengle et al., "Validation of PHQ-2 and PHQ-9 to screen for major depression in the primary care population," Annals of Family Medicine, vol.
The potential for this concept to apply to Maori was revealed by Jansen, Bacal, and Crengle (2009), who found that financial difficulties were not the only reason Maori did not go to the doctor.
(17) Clark, T.C., Fleming, T., Bullen, P., Denny, S., Crengle, S., Dyson, B., Fortune, S., Lucassen, M., Peiris-John, R., Robinson, E., Rossen, F., Sheridan, J., Teevale, T.