Spece

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n.1.Species; kind.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Spece, M.D., from the University of Washington in Seattle, and colleagues performed a cohort study of 2,391 veterans treated at six Veterans Affairs hospitals between 2005 and 2011 to evaluate whether comorbidity was associated with readmission, mortality, and delivery of in-hospital treatment for COPD exacerbations.
Whether you're going for polished or punk, Gwen's chic spece match any vibe and look.
Another recipient, Sue Spece of Independence, Iowa, received $2,500 to add to the "Building a Dream in the Country" committee to help build a handicapped-accessible, low maintenance home for her three children, who have been affected by spinal muscular atrophy.
In SPECE (2002), the government was keen to both increase the numbers of qualified staff, and increase participation in ECE, of the hard-to-reach groups (such as Maori and Pasifika).
While Thomas and Brown argue for a complete reversal of educational strategies and methods, this reviewer does not believe we always have to choose between one method or another; that variety of strategies is the spece of learning.
"What people have been doing is buying chests and 'forcing' sinks into them "said Mike Spece, senior vice president.
Creating an oasis of stacked furniture and accessories in the middle of a store, and relocating it periodically, forces a shopper to walk around it and get the notion that a functional, good-looking accent table with multiple uses throughout a home would be a good addition, Spece said.
And as the blankness of the wall required Bodhidharma to reveal its significance, Arakawa's panels require viewers if they are to be fully realized, for their truth exists in the spece between them and us.
"It's freezing cold in the winter, and how they can manufacture furniture in that climate without heat in the facility always amazed me," Spece said.