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Things therapy often describes (“therapy ________”)
groups, sessions, techniques, trialists, goals, methods, dogs, results, programs, group, aims, treatment, proceeds, patients, patient, services, drugs, related, course, session, studies, approaches, procedures, help, strategies, agents, manuals, corticosteroids, modalities, principle, therapists, issues, centers, notes, anemia, interventions, researcher, options, monitoring, deals, therapies, thrombolysis, experiment, general, antibiotics, equipment, activities, recommendations, induced, today, the, methodologies, talk, measures, treatments, regimens, management, assistant, trials, models, indications, section, tasks, relationship, decisions, considerations, experiments, lung, psychotherapy, protocols, clients, rooms, journal, chapter, assistants, vol, aides, guidelines, solutions, regimen, concentrates, volume, plans, series, ranges, doses, resistant, programmes, tubes

Descriptive words:
physical, antibiotic, cognitive, medical, occupational, term, individual, oral, specific, behavioral, effective, appropriate, antimicrobial, systemic, initial, intensive, surgical, intravenous, thrombolytic, electroconvulsive, marital, immunosuppressive, supportive, hormonal, corticosteroid, conventional, family, ray, chronic, diuretic, antiretroviral, successful, standard, topical, aggressive, psychoanalytic, brief, prophylactic, adjunctive, emotive, conservative, antihypertensive, adequate, line, photodynamic, continuous, active, definitive, postoperative, empiric, antiviral, pharmacologic, periodontal, endocrine, prolonged, alternative, anticonvulsant, rational, based, suppressive, feminist, nutritional, renal, psychodynamic, preventive, preoperative, outpatient, endodontic, optimal, convulsive, analytic, behavioural, antiarrhythmic, antifungal, hyperbaric, symptomatic, intermittent, cytotoxic, psychological, conjoint, fibrinolytic, respiratory, dietary, anticoagulant, concomitant

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Book See therapy used in context: 60 rhymes, several books and articles.

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