What sport uses the terminology top of the fifth?
Baseball Well, baseball does, for one. Fifth being the fifth inning, top of the fifth meaning that the first team is up at bat (both teams get a bat turn each inning)
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1. football 2. baseball 3. basketball 4. tennis 5. hockey 6. golf 7. racing 8. soccer 9. volleyball 10 swimming
Terminology is the study of terms, words or phrases, their usage within context and their meanings.
The term 'Top of the fifth' comes from the sport of baseball and is when the visiting team is batting during the fifth inning. The 'top' of an inning is when the visiting team is batting. The 'bottom' of an inning is when the home team is batting.
If being "Number One" is your life's dream occupation, then hopefully you've got a couple more doses of dedication. Because the greats will tell you with no hesitation, that you don't win it in the game, you win in the preparation.
The reason for using medical terminology instead of conversationallanguage is because conversational language have different meaningsfor words and phrases. In medicine it is very important to be ableto understand what is being said/written. Medical terminology usedLatin language because it is a dead… language and will never changewhich means the meaning of medical terms will always be the same.There is less confusing then using conversational language whichchanges from day to day. (MORE)
What are the effects of using the internet as source of information?. Yahoo! Research welcomed Manuel Castells, Wallis Annenberg Chair professor of communication technology and society at USC, as the third Big Thinker of 2008 to speak at its Mission College campus. Castells is also research profess…or of information society at the Open University of Catalonia in Barcelona.. Castells addressed the relationship between the Internet and society, and how the Internet has become the revolutionary communication technology of our time after a history of enormous change. According to Castells, history shows that "people use technology that fits into what they are" - that people use technology to accommodate their lives, their needs, their interests, etc.. But even with a 40 year history, Castells explained that there are widespread misperceptions of the Internet - in practice and social uses. He blames ideology, futurology, and media sensationalism. "Media sensationalism is responsible because it always picks up on bad news," he says.. Castells also talked about the digital divide - the gap between those with access to technology and those without - and the three forms in which it exists: access, broadband and being in the Internet. "Once you're in, educational and cultural resources become amplified," he explains. "When introduced in the classroom environment, learning is accelerated, while children who are culturally deprived don't have the educational resources, so there is a disconnect.". Several studies completed in Catalonia displayed the social effects of the Internet. "The Internet is an extension of life," says Castells. Fifty percent of the subjects were adult Internet users, and fifty percent were non-users. The study compared the effects of Internet use on people's lives. The study drew the conclusion that people would not change their lives to use the Internet. Rather, they would include it for work, study, social needs, shopping, music, etc. Those under the age of 30 were found to be multi-taskers - juggling Internet use with activities such as cell phone use, music, and television. "The Internet does not isolate users, nor does it depress or alienate," according to Castells. "The more you use the Internet, the more social you are offline. The Internet adds, rather than subtracts, sociability.". Castells' conclusion was clear: Internet "is" society. "To understand how to develop new (technology), we have to understand society," he says. "Users 'are' the producers of the technology." His recommendation is making the engineering and design process as open as possible "for free." "This will change the world. People will absorb technology for themselves, in a more autonomous society." (MORE)
The SS was, perhaps, embarrassed by its own inhumanity. One of the worst euphemisms was the expression special treatment ( Sonderbehandlung, often abbreviated SB ). It meant gassing.
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EXCLUCIVE NEWS: Exclusive news is important news. Exclusive news has only one or two channels. For example; if any confers news have only PTV then it exclusive news.. SCOOPE: The news has only one news channel or one newspaper. This news is based on the one person investigation and public have inte…rest in this news.. REPORTER Reporter is a person who gets the news for the newspaper.. EDITOR: A journalist who work with a reporter giving out assignment, dead line, and helping them to craft the stories.. SUB EDITOR: His duty to edit the news, and eliminate the unnecessary detail and include the necessary detail.. ART EDITOR: His work to make newspaper beautifull.His work to make the newspaper's pictures and material attractively.. PROOF READER: A person who read the newspaper and mark error for correction.. . ABC: Audit Bureau of Circulation. It's organizations that permit to publish a newspaper. DUMMY: A diagram of a newspaper who showing the position of each story, picture and advertisement.. FOLIO: In the newspaper on the top, page no, and etc called folio.. BANNER HEADLINE: A. big in length.. B. big in font.. C. important news.. Is news that stretching across the top of the page and it is important news approximately of 8 columns.. .HEAD LINEThe bold line who catches the reader attention and briefly explain the story content.. SUB HEAD LINE: The news which gives under the main head line called sub headline.. INTRO Mean introduction authentic part of news called intro. CORRESPONDENT: A reporter assigned to cover work away from the home office in an other city state or country.. LEAD: First Para of any journalistic story is called news, or information in any story is called journalistic story.. JUMP To take the news one page to another. .. FOLLOW UP Follow up is extension of news.. CAPTION:The line written under the photo that explains what is happening in the photo.. ADITORIAL: Own view of news paper. Editorial is persuasive column written to explain the newspaper official opinion on a particular issue.. ADITORIAL NOTEThe note written by editors on different topic on current happening are called editorial note.. EDITION:An special page or pages given by a newspaper a daily newspaper some time has more then one edition a day for example ; city edition, women edition, children edition.. BOXED NEWS: Refers to tight that is framed in a bored to give it promises. The box is some times filled with shaded area.. BYLINE: The line of credit given to the author of the story or the line published of the name of reporter. (Reference). DEAD LINE: The line in the beginning of news where the date is written.. CREDIT LINE:Is the photographers byline. The name of the person or organization responsible for making and distributing a photo usually appearing small type under the reproduce pictures.. FIVE W: Who. What. When. Which. Where. KILL: To eliminate all part of the story.. MUST: This has to be publishing if the editor write "MUST" on it.. PLAY DOWN\ UP:Any important news making unimportant called play down and its opposite called play up.. SOFT NEWS\ HARD NEWS:Statement news called soft news. Publican news called hard news.. FILLER: Short information story or advertisement usually time less used to fill small spaces where needed.. PAD: To make a story longer by using more word then are necessary.. HOLD:. For release means instruction to hold a story until the editor releases it for publication.. PLAGIARISM:Passing of as once own work that of another person.. PRESS RELEASe: Specially prepared news items for the press for the publication.. PRESS BRIEFING: For clearness or add to more in news.. WHAT IS NEWS?A report of currant happing or happening a newspaper or on TV, RADIO, etc.. News is something told as having just happened.. News is a report about new thing and happening.. SOURCES OF NEWS. INTERNETThe internet is a world wide publicly accessible inter connect computer network that transmit data by using the standard inter protocol it is a network of net works that consist of million of smaller domestic academic business and government network which together carry various information and services such as else. Mail online chat files transfer and other resources of www. Internet is a very good source of news. We can get current information. It provides us fresh and latest news it sometime it give us with detailed history of it.. INTERVIEWAn interview is a conversation b/w two or more people including interviewer and interviewee where question are asked by the interviewer to obtain information we can get in information of any celebrity by interviewing. Interview can be formed on information.. FORMAL INTERVIEW:Are those interviews which are preplanned.. . INFORMAL INTERVIEW:Are those interviews which are not preplanned and can be conducted anywhere maybe in any public place.. COURTS:Are also are very authentic source of news different unknown are announced in courts. Judgments of cases are also considered news confers. News can be gather by attending different live confers. We get new issue and solution by such confreres report or invited by the authorities to attend the confers and information.. SEMENAR:A seminar is similar to presentation. Seminar is generally a form of academic instruction either at uni or offered by a commercial or professional organist. This is an often an accomplished by a dialogue with a seminar leader or instructor or through in more informal presentation or research. It is relatively informal at least compare to the lecture system of academic instruction in " Europe" a seminar may be large lecture courses specially when conduct of by a renown thinker.. PRESS REALSEA news releases, press releases, or press statement is a written or recoded communication directed a member of the news media for the purpose of announcing something claimed as having news values. Commercial press releases distribution services are used to distribute press releases. A press release is different from a news article. The use of a news releases common in the field of public relation, the aim of which is to attract favorable media attention for products marketed by the clients.. HANDOUTS: Handouts are something given freely without compensation it can refer to material handed out for presentation purposes during the great depression. Many people lived entirely on handouts of one kind of another. The term government handouts is open apply to both welfare system as well as corporate welfare.. FESTIVEL: Festival is an event usually stage by local community which. on some unique aspect, of the community among many religious a feast of festival is a set of celebration in honor of GOD or gods when used as in the meaning of the festival more often refers to a religious festival rather then news and art festival news can be collected by attending different festivals.. LOCAL GET TO GETHER: Different type of local get to gather are also a very easy source of news this local get to gather can be formal or informal.. NEWS AGENCIES: News agencies which gather news and forward it to news channel is also a source of news. News is an organization of a journalist establishes to supply news report to organization. In the news traders for example: news paper, mag, radio, TV broadcast these are known as wire services or news services the major news agency garnally prepare hard news story and features article that can be used by other organization with little or no modification.. MONITARING:To monitor or monitoring garnally means to be aware of the state or system by monitoring we mean to view other channels gather news and make your own news.. BRIEFING:Briefing is a credible sources of getting information briefing s actually by any spokesman to clear any issue.. EYE WITNESSES:Eye witnesses are the best source of gathering news because eye witnesses see it himself more perfectly then any other sources.. PERSONAL CONTACTS:News can be gather by personal contacts. If you have good personal contacts then you can get news from different people and from different locality.. ETHICS IN PRINT MEDIA. 1. APNS. 2. PFUJ. 3. CPNE. 4. PEMRA. 1. All Pakistan newspaper's society.. 2. Pakistan federal vision of journalist.. 3 council of Pakistan's newspaper editor.. 4 Pakistan electronic media regularity authority.. Journalism ethics and slandered comprise principals of ethics as applicable to the specific challenges faced by professional journalist the basic courts commonly appear in statement graphed by both professional journalist association and individual print, broad cast & on line news organization.. OBJECTIVITY In house editorial and opinion pieces should clearly be separated from news pieces.. All advertisement must be clearly identifiable they should not merge with news items.. Reporter must avoid conflicts of interest should not take bribe or political interest.. Competing point of view should be balance &fairly characteristics.. SOURCES. Cofidanceciality of anonymous sources.. Avoidance of anonymous sources if possible.. Accurate attribution of statement made by individual or news media.. Pictures & quotations must not be presented in a misleading context.. ACCUERACY \ STANDRED OF FACTUAL REPORTING. Reporters are expected to be as accretes .possible & they should see reliable sources.. Â· Events with a signal eye witness are reported with attribution & events with 5 or more independent eye witness may be reported as facts.. Â· Independent fact checking by another employ of the publisher is desirable.. Â· Correction of published when error are discover.. STANDERED & LIBEL CONSIDRATION. Reporting the truth is never libel which makes accuracy and attribution very important.. Private person have privacy right that must be balance against the public interest in reporting information about them public figure have privacy right.. HARM LIMITATION PRINCIPAL. During the normal courses of an assignment a reporter might go about gathering facts and details conducting it review. doing research taking photo, video, recording sound but he or she cannot report everything.. o News special sensitivity when dealing with children & in experience sources or subject.. o Be sensitive when seeking or using interviews or photograph of those affected by tragedy or grief.. o Recognize that gathering & reporting information make harm or discomfort.. o Be judicial about naming criminal. PRESENTATION. Â§ Correct language. Â§ Clarity. Â§ Brevity. Â§ SELF REGULATION. Is required to keep news organization honest & accountable to the public.. STANDARED & REPOTATION. The professionalism reliability and public accountability & news organization 3 of its more valuable assessed and organization earns and maintains a strong reputation through constitution implementation of ethical slandered which the public and with in the industry.. by sana safdar malik.....msc comm sciences...fatima jinnah university (MORE)
There are a lot of terminologies used in gymnastics. Back or frontspring, means beam or floor, kip means bars, and tsukahara meansvault.
With respects to the sport of baseball (which I believe is the root of your question), the term "top of the fifth" simply refers to the first half of the fifth inning during which the visiting team has the opportunity to bat. After the visiting team cycles through their allotted three outs, the inni…ng enters the bottom of the inning. Each inning has both a "top" and "bottom" half. The actual term "top" or "bottom" of an inning stems from the placement of the score on either the top or bottom section of a scoreboard or scorecard. (MORE)
in my opinion it shoud be nfl, nba, and mlb. im not really sure about hockey.
football baseball hockey soccer wrestling track & field basketball volleyball [if you consider it(nascar)] lacrosse in no particular order
1st New York Yankees 2 Boston Red Sox 3 Boston Celtics 4 Los Angeles Lakers 5 New England Patriots 6 Indinapolis Colts 7 Los Angeles Galaxy 8 Detroit Red Wings 9 Detroit Lions 10 D.C. United
The term jargon means technical words or language that are not part of the average vocabulary, or that have different meaning when used within a group, field of study, or occupation. Because the terminology is readily understood by the practitioners, it can become the usual form of communication. …However, the speaker should be aware that his words may mean nothing, or something entirely different, to listeners outside of his peer group. Simpler terms should be used, or the terms should be defined. (MORE)
Baseball.. 5th being the inning and top being the away team batting, starting off the inning.
TERMINOLOGY Block: Blocking is a defensive skill used to counter a spike coming from close to the net. Block is usually made by jumping in the air and raising a leg and/or back to divert the ball back into the opponents court. A block counts as one contact. Center Line: Divides the length of the pl…aying court into two equal halves. Dig: The act of fielding hard hit ball successfully, usually a spike or block, to regain control. i.e. The Dig by Thailand came at crucial point in the game.. Dink: A soft hit ball -usually either a "dink serve" or a "dink spike" Fault: A violation of one of the rules of the game. Feeder: Person who "sets" the ball to the "spiker". First Ball: Term used to describe receiving the serve by the opposing team. Killer: Same as Spiker. Common in international terminology. Quarter Circle: Place on court where the serving team's forwards (left inside and right inside players) must remain until the ball has been kicked by the server or back player. Regu: Malaysian word for team. In takraw, a team of 4 players (3 starters plus 1 reserve) is known as a "Regu" and a squad of 3 "Regu's is known as a "Team". Roll Spike: Spike in which the player jumps with his back to the net, rotates in the air and kicks the ball over the opposite shoulder from the kicking foot with a flip like motion. Th most dramatic and famous move in the game! Service Over: When the serving team fails to return the ball over the net or commits a fault or foul. The opposing team becomes the serving team but a point is not awarded to either team. USA also uses the same term as volleyball - "Side Out". Serving Circle: Circle of 1 foot radius located in both halves of the court. The server is required to have one foot touching the ground inside the serving circle during a serve. Set (1): A period of play which is concluded when one team reaches 15 points. Matches consists of the best of three sets. Set (2): A high pass by one player to a team-mate or to self to enable a spike. Service: The act of putting the ball into play by the back player. Service (Hand) Toss: A hand throw of the ball by one of the forward "inside" players to the "back" who must kick the ball into play in one try. Spike: A powerfully hit shot directed into the opponents half of the court by the foot or head. Sunback Spike: Spike in which the player jumps with his back to the net and kicks the ball over the same shoulder as the kicking foot. In soccer this is known as a "bicycle kick" or "bike" for short. BY A.G.S (MORE)
Kentucky derby, preakness, super bowl, final 4 playoffs, Olympics, baseball, football, hai-alai, rugby, lacrosse finals.
Where ever Medical word to study Medical Terminology needed. In Health Care Occupations and Medical Transcription and medical insurance claims processing. Those medical terms are very important in medical facilities and related jobs. It is important because professionals need to be able to understan…d what is going on and in a medical facility you will be bombarded by the medical language. If you do not understand these terms you will not be able to do your job. It will give medical workers an in-depth understanding of the terms used in a medical office. With it, you can learn, Word patterns, Root stems, prefixes, and suffixes, Medical terms recognition both by sight and sound. There will be no good communication with the medical office and the medical workers without the knowledge of this term. (MORE)
Source, Mouth, Saturated, Channel, Tributary, Erosion, Transport, Deposition, Waterfall, Meander, Estuary, Oxbow lake, Lake, River, Stream, Rivulets, Flooding, burst their banks, river terrace, flood plain, boggy, run off, trickle, rainfall, source, v shaped valley, flow rate, gorge, canyon, evapora…tion, groundwater flow, precipitation, aquifer, recharge, condensation, water table, discharge area and infiltration. (MORE)
it is boxing!!usually punch being aimed at the lower jaw.mike Tyson was known for his upper cuts
Some terminologies used in poultry raising are used to refer to thepoultry at different life stages. For example a hen is an adultchicken, a pullet is a young female chicken. A chick is a youngmale or female under five weeks of age. A booder is a deviceprovides heat.
Different Baking Terms . Bake -to cook by dry heat in an oven Batter -flour, liquid and other ingredients, thin enough to four used in coating foods for frying. Beat -mix vogorously with a spoon,whiper or beaten. Blend -mix thoruoughy. Boil- cook liquid with bubblrs appear on surface. Bovillo…n- clear meat stock for broth. Bread -to coat with flour,egg or crumbs. Broil -to cook directly on heat over a fire or in a oven. Brush -spread thinly with a brush. Caramelize -melt sugar in a medium heat to a golden brown. Chop- cut foods in fire or coarse pieces with a sharp knife. Coat -cover with a thin film as with flour,batter,eggs or crumbs, sugar ,icing etc. Cream -rub shortening and sugar against the sides of a bowl with wooden spoon or blender until creamy. Cube -to cut foods in solid squares. Cut -in -in corporate fat into flour with two knives,pastry,blender. Dice- to cut into very small cubes. Dough -mixtures of flour &liquid plus other ingredients thick enough to roll, knead or drop from a spoon. Blanch -So scold quickly in boiling water. Devil -to season with mustard pepper or other spicy condiments. Draw -to remove entrails Dredge -to coat with flour prior to frying Entree- the main coarse of the meal. Fillet- a thin boneless piece of meat or fish. Flake- to fork up a food. Fold-in-to- to mix light fluffy ingredients using a gentle over and over motion. . (MORE)
Using medical terminology can cause a patient to be slightly confused by what the medical professional is saying. This can be easily avoided by explaining the issue in lay terms. Between medical professionals, there is no disadvantage.
Rounders is an 1998 movie centering around the game of Poker. Examples of the terminology in the game of Texas Hold em include: "all in" (which means you are betting all of your chips) "Slow-rolling" (you are slowly showing a really good hand in order to trick your opponents into betting more) or "t…he nuts," (which means the best possible combination of cards in a given hand) (MORE)
Medical Terminology is a language, with a vocabulary that does not leave room for ambiguity. It allows medical personnel to understand the field of medicine with this language.
the immediate benefits of medical terminology is that the patient doesn't understand what's wrong with him/her :) now, seriously, the purpose of medical terminology is for doctors to speak a common language, to understand each other and give/receive accurate information about the patient's diseas…e, status and examinations. (MORE)
ANSWER: Almost every medical specific field uses specific terminology, usually based on latin. I believe the main reason is to avoid confusion and to be specific in the least amount of words or explanation. Unfortunately, PLAIN ENGLISH is not always so plain or term specific and compared to Latin…, which is a dead language, there is a tendency to have many terms for one description when it is permanent and never changes with Latin. Take the word "RIGHT". It could mean opposite of left, OR it could mean correct. Latin has very specific rules that are not open to interpretation. Like trying to teach someone to back a car into a parking space by saying " go ahead, back up!" "Go in dad's wallet and get $5.00." (but dad, I can't fit in your wallet.) (MORE)
Content provided by Ramona Maxwell - please visit www.sqlsolver.com : TOP is a T-SQL operator that returns the top x number of rows in a query. It can be used along with a where clause, say for instance to find the TOP group WHERE the date is within a specified range. SAP is a database neutral a…pplication platform that natively uses the limited set of Open SQL commands and also supports specific SQL implementations such as Microsoft's SQL Server. Thus you could execute your MicrosoftÂ®, OracleÂ® or other SQL query within the SAPÂ® environment using the EXEC SQL command, however you should debug your query first within the database management system you created it in because SAP will not provide error information to you if the query is not running correctly. (MORE)
Medical words, mostly derived from Greek or Latin, are used with very specific meanings - also, Latin is known to be a dead language - meaning there wont be any changes to the medical terminologies. This often results in using long words that are unfamiliar to the average person, but avoids drawn-ou…t descriptions using everyday English words. For example, you could say "those bones down there" and point to your metatarsal bones; but anyone not watching you point woulud have no idea which ones you meant. And if a doctor writes up a description of a patient encounter, it would take far more words to describe where the patient pointed. (MORE)
The boy could not understand the terminology at all so he failedthe test. Another good sentence would be, she struggled withmedical terminology classes.
NFL (National Football League) NBA (National Basketball Association) MLB (Major League Baseball) NCAA football (college football) NCAA basketball (college basketball) NASCAR (stock car racing) WWE (professional wrestling) NHL (National Hockey League) AFL (Arena Football Leagu…e) WNBA (Women's National Basketball Association) MLS (Major League Soccer) IRL (Indy Racing League) (MORE)
The lines and spaces on a staff are numbered from the bottom to the top. So the 5th line would be the top line.
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id probably say baseball and American football as they are the most popular sports in America.
As with all technology, there must be a clear and precise way fornurses and doctors to communicate. It is a universal term ofreference and highly useful for pinpointing or describing alocation or procedure. Doctors and nurses may also use medical terminology when discussingsomething in front of a p…atient in order to prevent undue anxiety.There maybe a need for the doctor or nurse to explain theterminology further though as not a lot of patients will understandthem. No, medical ""jargon"" is not at all meant to speak in pig latin infront of a patient. It really is so that there is NO mistake whendoctors are conveying information about a patient to each other.For example, to a lay person, ""fever"" may mean that the personfeels hot, or that the temperature is above 100. But no one knows,really--it can cause a lot of confusion. It's so indistinct. WIth medical terms, things are very clear, so that even a surgeonin France can read a scientific journal article and know exactlywhat the author means. That way, also, medicine can be global andthat the medical societies can share ideas and innovations. A bit more: Since every thing in a patient's medical records must bedocumented, from s/s (signs and symptoms), to the patient's medicalhx (history), to the final dx (diagnosis) and tx (treatment), itsaves the doctors and all other medical personnel a considerableamount of time to use a universally accepted form of medicalterminology. And, even more importantly, it's safer when allmedical professionals, from doctors and nurses, lab techs toradiology techs, etc. use the same universal medical terminology sothey don't have to try to guess what was ordered or charted on thepatient's medical records. It's also used in writing prescriptions; pharmacists and pharmacytechs use the same terminology when filling prescriptions. It'smore accurate (and safer!) when ALL medical professionals use thesame terminology. Some examples on prescriptions: q.d. = every day b.i.d. = twice a day t.i.d. = three times a day q.i.d. = four times a day hs = at bedtime po = to be taken by mouth ASA = aspirin (MORE)
Medical terminology used in the delivery room might include presentation, engagement, fundus, atony, episiotomy, perineum, cephalopelvic disproportion, APGAR, meconium, dilation, effacement, induce, and epidural.
If you ever plan to go into a medical career such as: nurse, EMT, EMS, surgeon physician, pharmaceutical practitioner, anesthesiologist, psychologist, etc.
If you are talking about the part of the belly that is just under the ribs in the center, it is called the epigastric region.
when i think of sports marketing i think of brands Nike, Addias, Puma, New Balance, maybe NorthFace nowadays
This website sucks! i'm looking for answer and this site cant provide but instead ask the same question in return!
If you are referring to when a cow starts to lactate, it's called freshening .
Baseball. A "walk" occurs when, in the umpire's judgement, the pitcher misses the "strike zone" with four throws to a single batter. The batter is then awarded first base.
Compose(d) means more than just to write and arrange music. As an adjective, it can mean "calm" or "tranquil" which would apply to psychology. As a verb, it can mean "to put together" or "to place with". It can be use as "The composite was composed of. . . . "
The following occupations requires the use of medical terms. Allopathic Physician Athletic Trainer Audiologist Biomedical Engineer Biomedical Equipment Technician Chiropractor Clinical Laboratory Technician Clinical Nurse Specialist Clinical Technologist Coding Specialst Couns…elor Cytotechnologist Dental Assistant Dental Hygienist Dental Laboratory Technician Dentist Dialysis Technician Dietetic Technician Dietitian Electrocardiograph Technician Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist Emergency Medical Technician Environmental Health Specialist Epidemiologist Genetic Counselor Health Educator Health Information Specialist Health Science Librarian Health Science Library Technician Healthcare Administrator Histologic Technician Histologist Hospital Administrator Home Health Aide Industrial Hygienist Licensed Practical Nurse Medical Assistant Medical Illustrator Medical Laboratory Technician Medical Librarian Medical Library Technician Medical Records Administrator Medical Records Technician Medical Technologist Monitor Surveillance Technician Nuclear Medicine Technologist Nurse (Practical) Nurse (Registered) Nurse Anesthetist Nurse Midwife Nurse Practitioner Nursing Assistant/Aide Nursing Home Administrator Occupational Therapist Occupational Therapy Assistant/Aide Operating Room Technician Ophthalmic Technician Ophthalmologist Optical Laboratory Technician Optician Optometrist Optometry Technician/Assistant Orthotist Osteopathic Physician Patient Representative Perfusionist Pharmacist Pharmacy Technician Physical Therapist Physical Therapy Assistant Physician, Allopathic Physician, Osteopathic Physician's Assistant Podiatrist Practical Nurse Prosthetist Psychiatric Aide/Technician Psychiatrist Psychologist Radiation Therapy Technologist Radiation Therapist Radiographer Radiologic Technologist Recreation Therapist Respiratory Therapist Respiratory Therapy Assistant Registered Nurse Research Scientist Sanitarian Social Worker Sonographer Speech Pathologist Surgical Technologist Ultrasound Technologist Veterinarian Veterinary Technician/Assistant X-Ray Technician (MORE)
Because it was the french that gave proper names to the moves and so they are still used as a tradition.
Because it can cause confusion if its the wrong word, and can cause the wrong treatment to be administered, and the patient might not get better, and possibly die.
Do I use medical terminology at work? Why yes I do. I used it when I was a microbiology technician, a necropsy technician, a registered nurse, a research technician, and today I use it all the time because I teach Medical Terminology. Also consider that when my family was sick, I could understand …the doctor's explanations and treatments without having to ask him to "dummy it down". And I was able to interpret, for my family, what they needed to do. (MORE)
The term "top of the fifth" belongs to the sport of Baseball. A professional regulation game of baseball has nine innings. Each inning has a top and bottom. In each half of the inning, two different teams have a chance to score by batting. So if the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals were play…ing, and the Cardinals were "at bat" in the "top of the fifth," St. Louis would be the team batting at that time. When 3 strikes have occurred, the inning proceeds to the "bottom of the fifth" and the Cubs would be at bat. (MORE)
There are many top rated sports related shops in the US. If you are looking for for NHL, NBA, NFL, or MLB apparel, some top rated sports shops are the shops that are associated with the team itself. Head to your local stadium, or team affiliated website and you will find a great selection of product…s. (MORE)