individualised


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Adj.1.individualised - made for or directed or adjusted to a particular individual; "personalized luggage"; "personalized advice"
personal - concerning or affecting a particular person or his or her private life and personality; "a personal favor"; "for your personal use"; "personal papers"; "I have something personal to tell you"; "a personal God"; "he has his personal bank account and she has hers"
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The society to which he belonged will be sufficiently individualised for the purpose of these pages, if I call it "The Brotherhood," on the few occasions when any reference to the subject will be needed in this place.
The company says that this acquisition is important for improving the resources and capabilities that support the development of its individualised immunotherapy pipelines.
This patent, entitled 'Method and node for manufacturing a surgical kit for cartilage repair', covers the medical image segmentation process used for joint damage visualisation, as well as for designing Episurf Medical's individualised joint implants and surgical instruments.
This new patent, entitled 'Design method of a rig', is within the area of individualised surgical instruments with a focus on the drill guide for the Episealer Femoral Twin implant.
Methods: A comprehensive literature review of research on individualised herbal medicine was conducted to identify previous work in the area.
This all-in-one resource provides the step-by-step guidance readers need to develop individualised plans of care, while also improving their critical thinking and analytical skills.
This happened, said Brussels, through 'exclusivity agreements, individualised quantity commitments and individualised retroactive rebate schemes, thus foreclosing competition...' The Commission fined Tomra, because it believed it had a 'dominant position' on these markets.
The DGP further said the offensive against the rebels is still on, but these are 'individualised operations'.
Services include: timely intervention to prevent long-term unemployment, individualised approach for each person aiming to ascertain their personal characteristics, needs and abilities, and the preparation and enforcement of an Individual Action Plan which contributes to the introduction or re-introduction of the unemployed in the job market," Panayiotou added.
In Australia there is some interest in wraparound or individualised models of care as an alternative to traditional modes of child welfare funding and service delivery.