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episode

noun chapter, circumstance, event, happening, incident, occasion, occurrence, sequel, short-lived event, sudden event
See also: event, experience, happening, incident, occasion, occurrence, scene
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When "My 600-Lb Life" Season 6, episode 1 premieres on Wednesday, Jan.
Previous research has questioned both the adequacy of episode measurement relying upon diagnosis codes as the fundamental link between claims and the assumptions necessary to attribute episodes to providers (Beckman, 2007).
com, the network's biggest hits -- ``Desperate Housewives,'' ``Grey's Anatomy'' and ``Lost'' -- are available online, as well as episodes of several new shows, such as ``Ugly Betty'' and ``The Nine.
Of these case-patients, 5,688 were cured, and 202 (164 male and 38 female) had a recurrence, defined by the following criteria: 1) their TB episode was confirmed by culture; and 2) they experienced 2 successive TB episodes, with cure as the outcome of the first episode.
Cases with multiple medical episodes cost, on average, 24 percent more than cases with just one medical episode.
Every episode is personally moulded from colour, shape, raw inspiration and sushi rice by co-creators Jon Izen and Jono Howard, and is developed with the hands-on assistance of assistant director Billy Zeats and animation director Mike Geiger.
2001), a colleague was showing video episodes in their entirety without interruptions.
Brian's Score This Episode," which wan maintained in the first few episodes, was wrong and then simply abandoned in season 2.
The conference reviewed the events leading to the episode, the health impacts of the smog, and current air pollution conditions in London and elsewhere.
We don't watch TV, but I told them I'd preview a couple of episodes first.
Dozens of episodes from shows like Chicago Hope, ER, Homicide, King of the Hill, South Park and Beverly Hills 90210 have been nominated for the prize.