tabula rasa

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Synonyms for tabula rasa

a young mind not yet affected by experience (according to John Locke)

an opportunity to start over without prejudice

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We are interested in providing our members with information about resources that can help reduce risk and improve access to personalized medicine services, such as those offered by Tabula Rasa HealthCare.
For information on Richard Garriott's Tabula Rasa go to http://www.
Filippoli, Chief Information Officer of Tabula Rasa HealthCare, Inc.
Beginning with his own AA diploma project, which read the city as a tapestry which was only ever to be reinforced, darned and repaired as a patchwork, rather than wiped clean as a tabula rasa, he reviewed some of his built work from Camden Town to his latest exercise in urban surgery with his Bath Spa now nearing completion.
Likewise, Pardo's white sailboat is more than a resplendent high-design (adjusted) readymade, it's a tabula rasa on which are inscribed - and through which are symbolically filtered - the discourses to which the artist's series of weekly presentations give rise.
The goal of Operation Immortality is to have a space-borne record of human DNA and a record of humanity's achievements in the event a global calamity dooms the human species, similar to what happens in the Tabula Rasa video game.
com)-- Representatives of schools of pharmacy throughout the United States gathered at The Union League of Philadelphia in early January to discuss their experience using NiaRx[R], a cloud-based software platform designed to facilitate the cognitive practice of pharmacy through case-based learning utilizing Tabula Rasa HealthCare, Inc.
In this desolate, otherworldly tabula rasa, creative endeavour is endowed with a new and highly charged context, a crucial sp ur to an emerging generation of Southwestern regionalists, among them Will Bruder, Wendell Burnette and Rick Joy.
All this was more than three decades ago, and at the time, if memory is to be trusted, Flavin's astonishingly familiar-yet-unfamiliar objects - mass-produced cylinders of artificial light - at first seemed to have everything to do with the tabula rasa of Minimalism and little to do with anything else.
Players can be immortalized in Garriott's latest game, Tabula Rasa([R]) with the second item in the auction package, a character in Tabula Rasa to be named after the winner.
com)-- Tabula Rasa HealthCare (TRCH), a healthcare technology company that is a leader in providing patient-specific, data-driven technology and solutions for health care organizations, and The Greater Philadelphia Business Coalition on Health (GPBCH), an employer organization focused on healthcare benefits best practices, have entered into a collaboration to underscore the importance to employers of workforce medication safety.
The Dutch town of Almere was planned from the late 1960s on a true tabula rasa on the reclaimed Flever Polder to the east of Amsterdam.
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Long before the CMS announcement, Tabula Rasa HealthCare (TRHC) has been providing PDPs with its MedWise Advisor[R] application for personalized MTM services," said Brian Litten, TRHC Chief Strategy Officer.
To counter critics who argued that the planners have behaved like some in Europe after the Second World War, levelling far more than was needed to obtain a tabula rasa, Gavin pointed out that 300 buildings have been saved, 35 per cent of the whole.