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before 2015, the interview survey included a preliminary bounding interview, and each cu could be contacted up to five times over five quarters. although data from the bounding interview were not published, its purpose was to minimize telescoping errors.ⅰ the ce program stopped fielding the bounding interview in 2015 due to concerns about its effectiveness in reducing telescoping errors, cost, and impact on respondent burden. for more information, see ian elkin's article recommendation regarding the use of a ce bounding interview.ⅱ bls.gov
when ian fleming finished his first james bond novel, casino royale, he ordered “a gold-plated typewriter—a royal quiet deluxe, $174.00—from new york.” ian fleming, then a few hundred thousand dollars shy of being a millionaire, asked a diplomat friend to send it on as part of his luggage to avoid customs duty. (13) but as author-editor fergus fleming reveals, his famous uncle almost didn’t submit his book to a publisher. (3) these and other insights about ian make reading the man with the golden typewriter an enjoyable and informative experience. cia.gov
but scientists have mixed opinions as to whether liquid biopsies will prove useful. ian tannock, md, an emeritus professor of medical oncology at the princess margaret cancer center in toronto, says that more relevant than whether panel results agree with one another is whether there’s “any clinical value to the information.” everydayhealth.com
sometimes -ian is added instead of -an, which gives us north carolinian, south carolinian, oregonian, and washingtonian. a few states, in addition to taking the -an ending, also take the -ian ending. this gives us equivalent variants such as alabaman or alabamian, floridan or floridian, indianan or indianian, louisianan or louisianian, nevadan or nevadian. although adding -an doesn't usually mean a sound change to the root word, adding -ian sometimes does necessitate a pronunciation change: we say flor-i-duh but flo-rid-ee-un, wash-ing-tun but wash-ing-toe-nee-un. factmonster.com
ian kremer, jd, is executive director of the lead coalition (leaders engaged on alzheimer's disease), unifying more than 90 local, state, national, and multinational organizations committed to stopping alzheimer's disease and other dementias, including vascular and lewy body dementia and frontotemporal degeneration. the coalition works collaboratively to focus the nation's strategic attention on accelerating transformational progress in quality of life for persons with dementia and their caregivers; detection and diagnosis; and research leading to prevention, effective treatment, and eventual cures. ian holds degrees from washington university and the university of michigan school of law and has worked on dementia policy since 1996. hhs.gov
sometimes -ian is added instead of -an, which gives us north carolinian, south carolinian, oregonian, and washingtonian. a few states, in addition to taking the -an ending, also take the -ian ending. this gives us equivalent variants such as alabaman or alabamian, floridan or floridian, indianan or indianian, louisianan or louisianian, nevadan or nevadian. although adding -an doesn't usually mean a sound change to the root word, adding -ian sometimes does necessitate a pronunciation change: we say flor-i-duh but flo-rid-ee-un, wash-ing-tun but wash-ing-toe-nee-un. infoplease.com
bloodshot db73443 10 hours 46 minutes by cherie priest read by kristin allison blind ian stott hires fellow vampire raylene pendle—also known as cheshire red—to steal medical documents that may help ian restore his sight. but in the process raylene finds herself up against project bloodshot, a government program that performed cruel experiments on vampires. strong language. 2011. loc.gov
carole a. warnes, m.d., is a cardiologist in the division of structural heart disease, department of cardiovascular medicine with a joint appointment in the division of pediatric cardiology at mayo clinic. dr. warnes joined the staff of mayo clinic in 1987 and founded the adult congenital heart disease clinic, which she directed for 27 years. she holds the academic rank of professor of medicine. she is recognized with the distinction of the penske foundation professorship in clinical medicine in honor of ian d. hay, m.d., ph.d., and j. eileen hay, m.b., ch.b. mayoclinic.org
"parents are looking for a more direct way to get involved and speed up autism research, hoping for effective treatments and eventually a cure," dr. paul law, director of ian, said in a prepared statement. "ian will fill that research gap for parents and researchers, transforming the face of autism research as we know it." medicinenet.com
ian ingram has been a medical editor for close to a decade. prior to joining medpage today, he was managing editor of cancer network, directing the website’s news coverage and video production. ian has also worked as a fact-checker, was an assistant editor at narrative magazine, and a manuscript reader at the paris review. he holds a b.a. in journalism from purchase college. ian lives in connecticut, enjoys tennis, and almost always bowls a perfect game. medpagetoday.com
the authors would like to thank patients and staff at the participating centers. the authors would also like to thank chiranjit ghosh, phd and ian wright, phd (professional medical writers, novartis) for assistance in the preparation of this manuscript, as well as jessie wang (senior principal biostatistician, novartis) for statistical analysis support. writing support was funded by the study sponsor. nih.gov