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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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Health plans and insurers have been experimenting with episode grouping software products to manage medical costs and monitor physician performance (Lake, 2007).
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.
4 medical episodes related to each disability case.
Others are responsible for matching the audio to the video, colouring the various elements of the episode, adding animation to the scenes, repackaging the digital files for submission to the broadcaster and editing.
That's exactly the problem, according to PBS senior programming vice president John Wilson, who argues that the episode was treating a giant pink elephant like it was just part of the scenery.
Preliminary classroom observation indicated that in the teacher-guided viewing condition, students seemed to stay more focused on the video episode.
The conference reviewed the events leading to the episode, the health impacts of the smog, and current air pollution conditions in London and elsewhere.
In another episode, Bob "Gilligan" Denver makes a fool of himself on a talk show; in another, zaftig Christian Children's Fund pitchwoman Sally Struthers gets caught stuffing herself on food meant for famine relief.
It was embarrassing to be up there against them, so we were determined to come up with a real story line" says Ferber of his winning episode.
Second, the woman is not going to receive a flurry of explanation of benefit paperwork with accompanying co-pays for all the elements of care comprising her obstetrical episode.
I said this not because I felt any commitment to be on hand for the final episode myself, but because at that hour, ironically, I would be at a small college in New England presenting a lecture on virtue.