Origin of referral
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Examples from the Web for referral
In all, the counties had one referral hospital each (approximately 100-150 beds) and 17-24 health centers.$10,000 a Month for Ebola Fighters
October 7, 2014
Perhaps it will be a referral for an intervention shown to have no benefit.Pediatrician: Vaccinate Your Kids—Or Get Out of My Office
January 30, 2014
And if the person on the other end declines, he or she will often offer up another friend as a referral.Professional Matchmakers Build Business on Facebook
August 5, 2013
The IG office opened the investigation last September based on a referral from the FBI, but its progress is unclear, Carper said.Alejandro Mayorkas’s DHS Nomination Held Up Over IG Investigation
July 31, 2013
“I goofed,” he said, when I asked why he delayed the referral.Public-School Children Cheated by Perverse Performance Pay Incentives
April 1, 2013
If this referral is correct, the subspecies concavus probably does not occur in Tamaulipas.The Recent Mammals of Tamaulipas, Mexico
Will you tell us what your position was at the time you received this referral?
Are you using the word "reference" as we use the word "referral," sir?
Yes, sir; and that he saw the applicant on that day and gave the referral.
A national information and referral service that focuses primarily on preventing drug addiction in children and adolescents.What Works: Schools Without Drugs
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Word Origin and History for referral
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