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No doubt the exquisite beauty of the buildings I saw was the outcome of the last surgings of the now purposeless energy of mankind before it settled down into perfect harmony with the conditions under which it lived--the flourish of that triumph which began the last great peace.
There were three of them; but Phaidor must have guessed what the outcome of the battle would be, for she turned and fled from the balcony the moment she saw that I would have none of her proposition.
Demonstrating Results: Using Outcome Measurement in Your Library.
Take for example the Outcome Indicators Project, a joint effort of the Urban Institute and the Center for What Works.
The Public Library Associations (PLA) will introduce library consultants to the Association's performance-measurement program, Project Outcome, through a dedicated webinar.
From there, patients can select from a variety of outcome averages (metrics).
The final outcome at discharge was evaluated by Glasgow Outcome Score (GOS).
Objective: To evaluate the association between baseline national institutes of health stroke scale score and functional outcome after acute ischemic stroke.
So the outcome-based education has metamorphosed into Outcomes-Based Quality Assurance and later, Outcome-Based Teaching Learning (OBTL) which starts with clearly stating, not what the teacher is going to teach, but what the outcome of that teaching should be, what the learner is supposed to do and at what standard.
Patients with a good outcome trajectory (n = 222) had over time a slight decrease in pain severity and ended up with a low pain severity.
In a study, experiment participants who had been trained on statistically idealised data vastly improved their ability to predict the outcome of a baseball game.