the person who takes the x-rays but does not examine and interpret them.
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These are short length light rays passed through a vacuum tube that can penetrate tissue. Also called roentgen rays.
These are the reports written by a doctor after examining the x-ray films.
The x-ray films remain the property of the physician. The report belongs to the patient.
Used in the financial press to indicate stock trading with no dividend,; bond trading with no interest; mutual fund paid recently a dividend or capital gain.
a term used to refer to a table in progress that is not yet able to be used in rating.
Reception of strangers; hospitality. Enc. Lond.
A punishment among the Greeks answering to our stocks. Wharton.
In the written terminology of various arts and trades, where two or more dimensionsof the same piece or article are to be stated, this letter Is a well-known symbolequivalent to the word “by.” Thus, the for-Qmula “3 x 5 in.” will be understood, or may be explained by parol evidence, to mean”three by five inches,” that is, measuring three inches in oue direction and five inanother. See J aqua v. Witham & A. Co., 106 Iud. 547, H 7 N, E, 314.
In the civil and old English law. An inn allowed by public license,for the entertainment of strangers, and other guests. Calvin.; Cowell.A hospital; a place where sick and infirm persons are taken care of. Cowell.
In Roman law. An officer who attended to the repairs of the temples and other public buildings; the repairs and cleanliness of the streets; the care of the weights and measures; the providing for funerals and games; and regulating the prices of provisions. Ainsw. Lex.; Smith, Lex.; Du Cange.
Equity acts upon the person. 4 Bouv. Inst. n. 3733.
XQUITAS EST CORRECTIO QUAEDAM LEGI AD- HIBITA, QUIA AB EA ABEST ALIQUID PROPTER GENERALEIU SINE EXCEPTIONE COMPREBEN- IONEM
Equity is a certain correction applied to law, because on account of its general comprehensiveness, without an exception, something is absent from it Plowd. 467.
Equity is as it were equality; equity is a species of equality or equalization. Co. Litt 24.
Equity does not make law, but assists law. Lofft, 379.
Lat In the Roman law. The treasury, (flscus.) Calvin.
In old English law. Esnecy ; the right or privilege of the eldest born. Spelman; Glanv. lib. 7, c. 3; Fleta, lib. 2, a 66,
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