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a happening that is distinctive in a series of related events

a brief section of a literary or dramatic work that forms part of a connected series

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a part of a broadcast serial

film consisting of a succession of related shots that develop a given subject in a movie

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Hayes will play the role of Trish in Season 1, episode 6 of the NBC comedy.
The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) examined episode grouping software and concluded on a preliminary basis, that these products have face validity from a clinical perspective, seem to be able to identify practice patterns, and possess risk adjustment capabilities that could account for differences in disease severity and the presence of co-morbidities (MedPAC, 2005, 2006, 2007).
Among persons with recurrent TB, if the isolates from 2 TB episodes have the same genotype, the episode is defined as an endogenous relapse; otherwise, it is defined as exogenous reinfection.
An analysis of an integrated medical and disability database by the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI) finds "significant relationships" between medical episodes and disability costs.
A single episode can have over 100 different backgrounds and up to a couple of hundred props.
PBS, meanwhile, insists it had already decided to pull the episode from distribution a few hours before receiving Spellings's letter, which prompted a defiant WGBH to send the episode directly to at least 45 PBS affiliates who wished to broadcast it.
All courses were based on "Destinos" and followed the same sequence of instruction: on Day One students perform pre-listening activities, after which they view a video episode together in class.
The association between health and air pollution during the episode was evident as a strong rise in air pollution levels was immediately followed by sharp increases in mortality and morbidity.
Not every episode, mind you--I prescreen the shows on video before I watch them with the family.
And EMA helped locate electric cars for the final episode of Mad About You this season.
If her insurer levies a 5 percent out-of-pocket cost for this type of episode, then the higher priced provider would cost her $17.
Don't you realize," I said to him, "that this is the exact time that an estimated 80 million Americans will be glued to their seats watching the long-awaited and much ballyhooed final episode of The Seinfeld Show?
Every episode is a certain return to this primal scene, a classic attempt at "working through"; every episode marks an attempt to recover the lost object.
In contrast to "the blues" that we all go through, a depressive episode is a true illness, often referred to as clinical depression.
When "My 600-Lb Life" Season 6, episode 1 premieres on Wednesday, Jan.