Latest Point Stories
Nation's largest electronic prior authorization (ePA) platform will use the ePA State Navigator to provide real-time solutions that dramatically improve patient access to medications requiring
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla., March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Point-of-Care Partners, a leading health information technology (HIT) strategy and management consulting firm, has launched the ePA State
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla., March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Point-of-Care Partners, a leading health information technology (HIT) strategy and management consulting firm, has launched the ePrescribing
Martin's Point Generations Advantage Prime earns 5 stars, the highest-possible rating from Medicare - placing Martin's Point among the nation's highest rated plans. Portland
John McEnroe, former number 1 World ranked tennis professional, recommended removing all officials and line judges from professional tennis games.
ELK POINT, S.D., Aug.
Organizers of the new Innovation Center @3401 (ic@3401) are betting that assembling the key elements of the entrepreneurial ecosystem on a small scale in one location will help boost innovation,
SAN DIEGO, June 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- LoanLove.com is a borrower advice website that has become a trusted destination for current news and expert loan advice.
ELK POINT, S.D., April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Thermo Bond Buildings, LLC, a leading provider of Custom Lightweight Equipment Enclosures for the Telecom, Government, Fiber and Power Generation
Franciscan St. Anthony Health Crown Point recognized for creating an extraordinary patient experience Crown Point, IN.
Tonkinese (or "Tonks" are a medium-sized short-haired cat breed that is a cross between Siamese and Burmese. These cats are distinguished by points like the Siamese and Himalayans. Some claim that this breed's appearance is similar to the original appearance of the Siamese. Tonkinese cats are generally muscular and trim, but heavier than they appear to be. They have a modified wedge-shaped head with large ears set far apart. They also have a distinctive oval-shaped paw. These cats are...
The Snowshoe is a cross between a Siamese and a bi-colored American Shorthair. The first Snowshoes appeared in the 1960s. The breed is sturdy and pointed with white markings on the face, chest and feet. The ears and head of a snowshoe are triangular. The head typically has black markings. The eyes of a Snowshoe are always blue. The Snowshoe coat is short-haired and is white and gray; it can come with blue, lilac, lynx, fawn, chocolate or seal points. All Snowshoes however are born white,...
One of the first distinctly recognized breeds of Oriental cat is the Siamese. It is believed to be from Siam (present day Thailand), where it is referred to as the "Moon Diamond". It is one of the most popular breeds of cat in North America and Europe. Despite their territory of origin, most of the development of the breed occurred after the breed was imported to Britain in the late 1800s. These original imports were medium-sized, muscular, long-bodied cats with large ears and fairly...
The Burmese is a breed of domestic cat split into two subgroups: the British Burmese (traditional) and the American Burmese (contemporary). The ancestry of all Burmese cats can be traced back to Thailand. The breed was recognized in America in 1936 and in the UK in 1952 by the respective cat Fancier's Associations. The first Burmese cats were seen only as Chocolate Siamese, because of their brown coloring and their Siamese features. Originally this breed was exclusively brown, but they...
The Abyssinian is said to have originated from the breeding of an Egyptian kitten and an English tabby. The Egyptian kitten, Zula is believed to be the ancestor of all Abyssinians in Europe, the Americas and Australia; however it is likely that as many as three other Abyssinians have been mixed into the gene pool in America. It is one of the most popular shorthair cats in the United States, and it is rumored that there are still wild Abyssinians in some parts of North Africa. An...
- To say in too many words; to express verbosely.
- To express in too many words: sometimes used reflexively.
- The leading idea or a repeated phrase, as of a song or ballad; the refrain; burden.