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- a pre-mortem — also known as a premortem — is a managerial strategy in which a manager imagines that a project or organization has failed, and then works
- due to the exclusion of the bride's family after marriage as a form of premortem inheritance for the bride. in the south, marriage is more often conducted
- incorporated in army doctrine for command and control. he presented a premortem method of risk ****essment in 1998. in 2007 he developed a naturalistic
- alvord ec (december 1986). 'balo's concentric demyelination diagnosed premortem'. neurology 36 (12): 1610–4. doi:10.1212/wnl.36.12.1610. pmid 3785678
- historical journal, xxvii, 1 (2007). 'postcolonialism and postcoloniality: a premortem prognosis,' alternatives: turkish journal of international relations,
- publishers. isbn 978-1607417057 brent, s. b. ( 1979). deliberately induced, premortem, out-of-body experiences: an experimental and theoretical approach. in
- described in 1861 by rokitansky. it was first named by van bongaert in 1948. premortem detection is difficult without the use of mri. this, combined with the
- person. the anthropologists studied the autopsy x-rays in conjunction with premortem x-rays of the president. a sufficient number of unique anatomic characteristics