Condition

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  1. The WTC Health Program provides treatment for a specific list of physical and mental health conditions that have been determined to be caused by exposure to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. We also cover medically associated health conditions, which are caused by the progression or treatment of a covered condition. Reply
  2. Sep 12,  · Condition Precedent: A legal term describing a condition or event that must come to pass before a specific contract is considered in effect or . Reply
  3. Nature: Open condition, what is said in the condition is possible. Time: This condition refers either to present or to future time. e.g. If he is late, we will have to go without him. If my mother knows about this, we are in serious trouble. Second conditional. Nature: unreal (impossible) or improbable situations. Reply
  4. condition (v.) late 15c., "to make conditions, stipulate," from condition (n.). Meaning "subject to something as a condition" is from s; sense of "form a prerequisite of" is from Meaning "to bring to a desired condition" is from ; psychological sense of "teach or accustom (a person or animal) to certain habits or responses" is. Reply
  5. Condition definition, a particular mode of being of a person or thing; existing state; situation with respect to circumstances. See more. Reply
  6. Dec 26,  · Find a condition that begins with the letter Y Y; Find a condition that begins with the letter Z Z; Find a disease that starts with a number # Symptom Checker. Check on one or more symptoms to find possible causes. About this Symptom Checker. First Aid Information to help you during a medical emergency. Reply
  7. 71 synonyms of condition from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for condition. Condition: a state of being or fitness. Reply
  8. condition [kon-dish´un] 1. to train; to subject to conditioning. 2. the state in which an object or person exists. con·di·tion (kon-dish'ŭn), 1. To train; to undergo conditioning. 2. A certain response elicited by a specifiable stimulus or emitted in the presence of certain stimuli with reward of the response during prior occurrence. 3. Referring to. Reply

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