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NOCTI practice

QuestionAnswer
accurate correct or right
acronym a word formed from initials (ex: ADA)
beneficiaries a person (or people) who receive insurance benefits from another
certified endorsed by an authority (higher up person or agency) as having met certain requirements
chronological arranged in order of time
compliance acting according to accepted standards
credentialing the endorsing authority/agency when one becomes certified
dictated to say or read aloud, issue a command
discretion to use one's judgement
etiquette forms and practices prescribed by social convention OR manners
jurisprudence philosophy concerned with law and principles that cause courts to make their decisions
legible capable of being read OR clearly written
Res Gestae statements made by a person present at the time of a negligient act, these are admissible in court
respondeat superior legal doctrine (law) that holds an employer liable (responsible) for what an employee does
Created by: mdeose1