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diversional

[dih-vur-zhuh-nl, -shuh-, dahy-] /dɪˈvɜr ʒə nl, -ʃə-, daɪ-/
adjective
1.
offering diversion or recreation; diverting.
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  • As to your diversional tactic of discussing surfactants as sole agents of damage, please have some dignity.
  • Individual adjustment services including social diversional, recreational, and spiritual opportunities as appropriate.
  • She stated it is a continual education process between leisure activities, therapy and diversional activities.
  • Services must be provided in accordance with the plan of care and may not be purely diversional in nature.
  • Provides and involves residents in diversional activities that promote increased comfort.
  • All diversional therapy activities expenses should be included in this cost center.
  • Some valves are exclusively used for diversional purposes.
  • Individual adjustment services including social diversional, recreational and spiritual opportunities.
  • Activities are diversional in nature, ie, to provide social or recreational outlet for the patient.

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