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HLK Primary care ; general practice < BR >
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On Decca's British London label, which began in 1949, HL was at first used alone, but from 1957 there was usually a following letter denoting the original American label ; thus Atlantic and Atco were HLE, changing in 1960 to HLK, Sun Records was HLS, Jamie ( Duane Eddy's label ) was HLW, and Big Top Records ( Del Shannon, Johnny and the Hurricanes ) was HLX ; while HLU was used for a number of labels including Phil Spector's Philles, and Monument, home to Roy Orbison.
Primary and care
Primary health care including health check-ups, school meals and stationaries were all funded by the project.
According to the Primary Chronicle, Oleg was a relative ( likely brother-in-law ) of the first ruler, Rurik, and was entrusted by Rurik to take care of both his kingdom and his young son Ingvar, or Igor.
Primary risk factors are early or closely spaced pregnancies and lack of access to emergency obstetric care ; a 1983 study in Nigeria found that 54. 8 percent of the victims were under 20 years of age, and 64. 4 percent gave birth at home or in poorly equipped local clinics.
Primary health care is provided at the GP / Doctors ' Surgery in Waterloo House Surgery, Wellington Street.
Primary care involves the widest scope of health care, including all ages of patients, patients of all socioeconomic and geographic origins, patients seeking to maintain optimal health, and patients with all manner of acute and chronic physical, mental and social health issues, including multiple chronic diseases.
The International Classification of Primary Care ( ICPC ) is a standardized tool for understanding and analyzing information on interventions in primary care by the reason for the patient visit.
Primary care also includes many basic maternal and child health care services, such as family planning services and vaccinations.
This annual Primary Health Care bursary endows research or personal study to improve the health care of underprivileged sectors of London's population or elsewhere.
Primary and ;
The way MacArthur said his line -- if you had the recorded transcript of a professional linguist -- would probably have gone like this: Af Primary stresses on emeralds and wish ; ;
There are a further three primary ( or elementary ) schools within Bodmin ; Berrycoombe School in the north west corner of the town, St. Mary's Catholic Primary School and Robartes Primary Junior School, both situated west of the town centre.
; Primary tumors of the heart: Tumors that arise initially in the heart and not from elsewhere in the body.
Dartmouth Community College and Dartmouth Primary School are part of the Dartmouth Learning Campus ; as from September 2007, Dartmouth Community College is part of a federation with Dartmouth Primary School and Nursery, meaning that the two schools share one governing body for pupils aged 1 to 19.
Primary industry is a larger sector in developing countries ; for instance, animal husbandry is more common in Africa than in Japan.
Primary external rail links connect the republic's network with Odessa ( in Ukraine ) on the Black Sea and with the Romanian cities of Iaşi and Galaţi ; they also lead northward into Ukraine.
* The Primary Chronicle ( Slavic mythos, 12th century ): Perun ( the creator of lightning and thunder ) and Veles oversee the 10th-century peace treaties between the Eastern Slavs and the Byzantine emperors ; Vladimir I of Kiev later introduces a pantheon of Perun, Hors, Dažbog, Stribog, Simargl, and Mokosh.
Primary objectives are ones which must be completed for victory, generally stealing secret documents or destroying a radar array ; however secondary objectives are ones which are optional-they do not have to be completed, but if they are they may aid the appropriate team, such as blowing out a door to allow access into a tunnel which shortens travel time or allows less-noticeable infiltration of the enemy base.
Primary sources for accounts of the trial are given by two of Socrates ' friends, Plato and Xenophon ; well known later interpretations include those of the journalist I. F. Stone and the classics scholar Robin Waterfield.