Findings

  • (noun): A collection of tools and other articles used by an artisan to make jewelry or clothing or shoes.

Some articles on findings:

The CDISC Standard Domain Models (SDTMIG 3.1.2 and SENDIG 3.0)
... only) Clinical Events - CE (SDTMIG only) Findings Body Weight - BW (SEND only) Body Weight Gain - BG (SEND only) Clinical Observations - CL (SEND only) Death Diagnosis - DD (SEND only ...
Steroid Atrophy - Findings
... The therapeutic effects of topical steroids can be negated by the resulting thinning of the stratum corneum ... Such thinning impairs its barrier function and allows transepidermal water loss that can lead to skin irritation ...
La Marche (cave) - History
... people questioned the validity of these findings because the paintings closely resembled modern art ... caves, he gave his audience false information, thus discrediting the findings even more ... Breuil’s results were similar to Péricard’s findings, and therefore more people believed the authenticity of the paintings ...
SCOJ 2007 No.30 - Supreme Court Decision - Findings
... The following were among the Supreme Court's findings. ...
Canegrate Culture
... north of Milan, where important archaeological findings (approximately fifty tombs with ceramics and metallic objects) were discovered in the 20th century ... First findings were excavated around 1926 in the area of Rione Santa Colomba, and systematic excavation occurred between march 1953 and autumn 1956 ... absolutely typical and isolated Canegrate findings do not lead to a connection with the precedent Polada culture and of a graduated insertion of theirs ...

Famous quotes containing the word findings:

    Our science has become terrible, our research dangerous, our findings deadly. We physicists have to make peace with reality. Reality is not as strong as we are. We will ruin reality.
    Friedrich Dürrenmatt (1921–1990)

    Our science has become terrible, our research dangerous, our findings deadly. We physicists have to make peace with reality. Reality is not as strong as we are. We will ruin reality.
    Friedrich Dürrenmatt (1921–1990)

    Not many appreciate the ultimate power and potential usefulness of basic knowledge accumulated by obscure, unseen investigators who, in a lifetime of intensive study, may never see any practical use for their findings but who go on seeking answers to the unknown without thought of financial or practical gain.
    Eugenie Clark (b. 1922)