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INDUCTION, eccles. law. The giving a clerk, instituted to a benefice, the actual possession of its temporalties, in the nature of livery of seisin. Ayl. Parerg. 299.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Cognizant of the medical and economic benefits of 39-week inductions, the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists published a joint practice advisory recommending "shared decisionmaking" when counseling low-risk women about induction.
Gas ranges are becoming a thing of the past as induction cooking appliances are starting to take over.
Senate Clerk Jeremiah Nyegenye yesterday told the Star the induction dates will not interfere with normal House sittings and oversight activities.
In my view, however, the idea that the grand pessimistic induction is a successor of the old and new pessimistic inductions is just as mistaken as the idea that the old pessimistic induction is a successor of past and present scientific theories.
The Intasite team not only offer the online platform for organizations to issue inductions, but also provide full induction video production - from filming to post production.
Induction of labour is the non-spontaneous initiation of uterine contractions that result in progressive cervical effacement and dilatation with descent of the presenting part to achieve vaginal delivery when continuation of pregnancy presents a threat to the life or well-being of the mother or her unborn foetus.
The investigators classified hospital level inductions as any induction; low-risk inductions, excluding anyone with preexisting comorbidities; and elective inductions if they were performed when not medically indicated, according to Joint Commission guidelines.
It was also observed that women having failure of induction were 2.5 times more at odds of having macrosomic babies (3.8%) than patients with successful inductions (1.5%).
The researchers said that although the rate of elective inductions has more than doubled since 1990, the practice has been poorly studied, and physicians have worried these inductions exposed women to higher risk for caesarean and the medical complications that can follow a surgical delivery.
To understand Aristotle's move here, we should not presume that the move works for all inductions. Though inductions lead to universals, not all universals convert.
In this sequel to Handbook of Hypnotic Inductions (2000), therapist Gafner (Southern Arizona Veterans Affairs Health Care System, Tucson) presents several methods of inducing a trance: story inductions, inductions for sleep, for children, and confusional inductions (employed to counter unconscious resistance).
Keywords: Rural, Labor Inductions, Nursing Shortage, Pilot Study