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  • coma They sat on their horses, silent, tense, grim, and she settled into a coma of terror, an icy paralysis gripping her.
  • ma I found Ma and Pa out in the stable-yard, and he was fairly chattering over his wonderful bargain, and what a kind heart the gypsy had.
  • ola Not a vestige of the 'theme from Ola Hansson' remained.
  • oman My friends could not tell me when the line had been given up, but all were agreed that for years they had not seen an Oman caravan, the pilgrims preferring to enter Al-Hijaz via Jeddah.
  • omb 835 requires OMB to work with federal agencies to update their acquisition human capital plans to address how the agencies are meeting their human capital requirements to support the timely and effective acquisition of information technology.
  • Ora In the original, there is a play on the words to tan and ba,ora which scarcely needs to be pointed out.
  • Ova Since less than 500 ova are required to insure regularity in the menstrual function, it is clear that, if the surgeon finds it necessary to remove one of the ovaries, the other will provide abundantly for menstruation and for the bearing of children.
  • Om He solaced his soul by murmuring the pious invocation which all pilgrims to the Sacred Mount have perpetually on their lips-" Om mane padme om!"
  • Omar But I have heard it quite seriously suggested that if some future Attila or Jinghis were to wield as a unit the entire military strength of the four hundred millions of Chinese, possessed with some suddenly-conceived idea of conquering the world, even as Omar and Abderrahman wielded as a unit the newly-welded power of the Saracens in the seventh and eighth centuries, then perhaps a staggering blow might yet be dealt against European civilization.
  • Ama The American Manual Alphabet (AMA) is a manual alphabet that augments the vocabulary of American Sign Language.
  • OMS CWCN: Certified Wound Care Nurse CWOCN: Certified Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nurse CWS: Certified Wound Specialist D DN: Doctor of Nursing DNP: Doctor of Nursing Practice DrNP: Doctor of Nursing Practice DNS: Doctor of Nursing Science also seen as DNSc DWC: Diabetic Wound Certified DVNE: Domestic violence nurse examiner E ECRN: Emergency Communications Registered Nurse (not intended for postnominal use) ED: Emergency Department EdD: Doctor of Education EN: Enrolled Nurse ENC(C): Emergency Nurse Certified (Canada) ENP-BC: Emergency Nurse Practitioner-Board Certified (certified by ANCC) ENP-C: Emergency Nurse Practitioner- Certified (certified by AANP) ENPC: Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (not intended for postnominal use) ENPC-I: Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course Instructor (not intended for postnominal use) ENPC-P: Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course Provider (not intended for postnominal use) ET: Enterostomal Therapist F FAAN: Fellow, American Academy of Nursing FAAOHN: Fellow, American Association of Occupational Health Nurses FAAPM: Fellow, American Academy of Pain Management FACCWS: Fellow, American College of Certified Wound Specialists FACHE: Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives FAEN: Fellow, Academy of Emergency Nursing FAHA: Fellow, American Heart Association FNC: Family Nurse Clinician FNP-C: Family Nurse Practitioner (Certified by AANP) FNP-BC: Family Nurse Practitioner (Certified by ANCC) FPNP: Family Planning Nurse Practitioner FRCN: Fellow, Royal College of Nursing FRCNA: Fellow, Royal College of Nursing, Australia G GN: Graduate Nurse (awaiting RN licensure) GNP: Gerontological Nurse Practitioner GPN: General Pediatric Nurse GPN: Graduate Practical Nurse GRN: Graduate Registered Nurse H HACP: Hospital Accreditation Certified Professional HNC: Holistic Nurse, Certified I IBQH: International Board for Quality in Healthcare IBCLC: International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant ICC: Intensive Care Certification ICU: Intensive Care Unit INC: Intensive Neonatal Care certification INS: Informatics Nurse Specialist IPN: Immunisation Program Nurse: Queensland Australia specialist qualification / endorsement L LCCE: Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator LNC: Legal Nurse Consultant LNCC: Legal Nurse Consultant, Certified LNP: Licensed Nurse Practitioner—Used by the Commonwealth of Virginia, Board of Nursing, as a license status LPN: Licensed Practical Nurse LSN: Licensed School Nurse LTAC: Long Term Acute Care LTC: Long Term Care (LPN Specific) LVN: Licensed Vocational Nurse M MA: Master of Arts MACN: Member, Australian College of Nursing, Australia MAN: Master of Arts in Nursing MICT: Master of Information and Communication Technology MICU: Mobile intensive care unit ME: Menopause Educator MEd: Master of Education MEmerg Nsg: Masters degree in Emergency Nursing Australia MENP: Master of Entry to Nursing Practice (for any non-nursing bachelors degree) MHN: Mental Health Nurse—Registered Nurse Endorsed to practice Advanced nursing in Mental Health MICN: Mobile Intensive Care Nurse MLA: Medical Laboratory Assistant MLT: Medical Laboratory Technician MN: Master of Nursing MPH: Master of Public Health MRCN: Member, Royal College of Nursing (UK) MS: Master of Science MSA: Medicare Set-Aside MSN: Master of Science in Nursing MSN/Ed: Master of Science in Nursing Education MT: Medical Technologist N NC-BC: Nurse Coach Board Certified NCMP: Certified Menopause Practitioner NCSN: National Certified School Nurse NE-BC: Nurse Executive-Board Certified NEA-BC: Nurse Executive Advanced-Board Certified NICU: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit NNP-BC: Neonatal Nurse Practitioner NPC: Nurse Practitioner, Certified NPP: Nurse Practitioner, Psychiatric NSE: Nursing Student Extern NRP: Neonatal Resuscitation Program (not intended for postnominal use) NVRN: Neurovascular Registered Nurse NZCFN: New Zealand Certified Flight Nurse NPS: Neonatal / Pediatric Specialty O OCN: Oncology Certified Nurse OMS: Ostomy Management Specialist ONC: Orthopaedic Nurse Certified P PACU: Post-anesthesia care unit PALS: Pediatric Advanced Life Support (not intended for postnominal use) PCCN: Progressive Care Certified Nurse PCNS: Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist PhD: Doctor of Philosophy PHN: Public Health Nurse PHRN: Pre-Hospital Registered Nurse PICU: Pediatric Intensive Care Unit PMHN-BC: Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse PMHNP-BC: Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner PMHCNS-BC: Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist PNP-BC: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - Board Certified PNP-AC: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - Acute Care PNP-PC: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - Primary Care R RCP: Respiratory Care Practitioner RIN: Rural and Isolated Practice Registered Nurses (RIPRN) (Queensland, Australia) RM: Registered Midwife RMN: Registered Mental Nurse (United Kingdom) RN: Registered Nurse RN-BC: Registered Nurse, ANCC Board Certified RNC: Registered Nurse, Certified: American Academy Certified Nurse RNC-LRN: Registered Nurse Certified in Low Risk Neonatal Nursing RNC-MNN: Registered Nurse Certified in Maternal Newborn Nursing RNC-NIC: Registered Nurse Certified in Neonatal Intensive Care RNC-OB: Registered Nurse Certified in Inpatient Obstetrics RNCS: Registered Nurse Clinical Specialist RNCS: Registered Nurse Certified Specialist RNFA: Registered Nurse First Assistant RNM: Registered Nurse-Midwife RNLD: Registered Nurse Learning Disabilities RPN: Registered practical nurse RPN: Registered Psychiatric Nurse (Western Canada) RRT: Registered Respiratory Therapist S SANE: Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner SANE-A: Certified Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner-Adult/Adolescent SANE-P: Certified Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner-Pediatric SCN: Supervisory Clinical Nurse SCRN: Stroke Certified Registered Nurse SEN: State Enrolled Nurse SHN: Sexual and Reproductive Health endorsed RN—Queensland Australia SN: Student Nurse (RN preparation) SNSC: School Nurse Services Credential (California CTC) SPN: Student Nurse (LPN preparation) SRNA: Student Registered Nurse Anesthetist(CRNA preparation) SVN: Student Nurse (LVN preparation) T TCRN: Trauma Certified Registered Nurse TNCC: Trauma Nursing Core Course (not intended for postnominal use) TNCC-I: Trauma Nursing Core Course Instructor (not intended for postnominal use) TNCC-P: Trauma Nursing Core Course Provider (not intended for postnominal use) TNP: Telephone Nursing Practitioner TNS: Trauma Nurse Specialist V VA-BC: Vascular Access Board Certified W WCC: Wound Care Certified WHNP-BC: Womens Health Care Nurse Practitioner CWOCN: Certified Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurse WTA-C: Certified Wound Treatment Associate

2 words made from the letters oma

3 letter words made from oma:

moa, mao.

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Dieceded

  • be disagreeable
  • ceded
  • deceased
  • deced
  • decedent
  • deceived
  • decide
  • decided
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