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POPE. The chief of the catholic religion is so called. He is a temporal prince. He is elected by certain officers called cardinals, and remains in power during life. In the 9th Collation of the Authentics it is declared the bishop of Rome hath the first place of sitting in all assemblies, and the bishop of Constantinople the second. Ridley's View, part 1, chap. 3, sect. 10.
     2. The pope has no political authority in the United States.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Concept mapping is a strategy that can be utilized to visually explore relationships among articles included in a systematic review (Popay et al., 2006).
Popay, "Systematically reviewing qualitative and quantitative evidence to inform management and policy-making in the health field," Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, vol.
Wainwright (2011) found that the clinically based Quality of Life instruments, such as the Medical Outcomes Study 36-Item Short-Form Health Survey Instrument (Hill, Harries, & Popay, 1993; Rand Health, n.d.), did not address all the characteristics of what she considered essential to her own post-operative wellbeing.
The participants could then add validity to the researcher's interpretations of central issues by ensuring their perspectives were correctly represented (Popay, Rogers, & Williams, 1998).
Attree, P., French, B., Milton, B., Povall, S., Whitehead, M., & Popay, J.
(11) Mays, Roberts and Popay wrote that scoping reviews "aim to map rapidly the key concepts underpinning a research area and the main sources and types of evidence available, and can be undertaken as stand-alone projects in their own right especially where an area is complex or has not been reviewed before".
Prosperity refers to access to consumer products, and the connection of social inclusion with health is consistent with the World Health Organisation's agenda to address the social determinants of health (Popay et al.
Rodgers M, Sowden A, Petticrew M, Arai L, Roberts H, Britten N, Popay J.
Derick Popay, who has led the work on the hall, said: "The window has come back to its home area."