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collection

(Accumulation), noun accession, acervation, acervus, acquisition, addition, aggregate, aggregation, amassment, amount accrued, compilation, concentration, congestus, conglomerate, convergence, cumulation, group, growth by addition, heap, hoard, mass, obtainment, pile, stockpile, store
Associated concepts: collection of trust funds

collection

(Assembly), noun aggregation, association, audience, colligation, collocation, conflux, congregation, conventicle, convention, crowd, forgathering, gathering, group, ingathering, meet, meeting, multitude, muster, rally, reassembly, throng
Associated concepts: freedom of assembly

collection

(Payment), noun acquittance, amends, bearing the cost, cash payment, clearance, compensatio, compensation, contribution, defrayal, disbursement, discharge, enforcement of judggent, expenditure, fulfillment, full satisfaction, guerdon, indemnification, indemnity, installment, making amends, money paid, paying for, payment, price, propitiation, quid pro quo, quittance, receipted payment, recompense, redress, reimbursement, remission, remittance, remuneration, reparation, repayment, requital, restitution, restoration
Associated concepts: collecting bank, collection agencies, collection agent, collection and payment, collection attorrey, collection districts, collection of money, collection of taxes, collection officer, for collection only endorsements
See also: agglomeration, aggregate, assemblage, assembly, band, code, combination, compilation, conglomeration, congregation, corpus, cumulation, depository, digest, hoard, levy, store
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The specimen collection containers were appropriately labeled in bold with the letters "NP" and "Nasal" using bright color coding to minimize error or confusion on the specimens collected.
Ronald Mink, commented that the DNA specimen collection kit is created based on the company's know-how in assay development where we the firm has discovered low binding matrices that can be utilised to readily take up and release DNA and other analytes.
Monitoring specimen collection also allows managers to ensure that scheduled request times and actual collection times are in sync.
Automated specimen collection must be differentiated from automated specimen processing.
A change in specimen collection protocols in 1995, from direct touch/lesion aspirates to swab specimens in transport medium, has resulted in a decline in successful identification of virions in lesion specimens in Winnipeg from 62% to 75% to approximately 10% (Hazelton, unpub.
Barcode specimen collection can be used by nurses, phlebotomists, respiratory therapists, and other healthcare professionals who are qualified to draw blood samples or collect other specimens.
The Contractor shall conduct urine specimen collection for drug testing and breath alcohol testing of certain safety sensitive and non-safety sensitive personnel in accordance with the terms and conditions and Specifications set forth herein.
Tracking dead crow density avoids delays inherent in specimen collection and testing and thus may be more helpful on a weekly basis to permit rapid recognition of trends in viral activity and the potential for occasional human cases or an outbreak.
Fortunately, barcode specimen collection can virtually eliminate patient identification and specimen labeling errors during collection by removing all of the potential failure points.