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, perennial leguminous plant (Medicago sativa) of the family Leguminosae (pulse family), the most important pasture and hay plant in North America, also grown extensively in Argentina, S Europe, and Asia.
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medic

Informal a doctor, medical orderly, or medical student
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Army medics deployed here schedule the training quarterly or more in order to ensure that members gain or remain fully-qualified combat lifesavers.
But what inexperienced medics need is dynamic training preceded by phased cognitive and psychomotor exercises.
Medicanic: (noun) Term in common use for a 68W combat medic who spends considerably more time in the unit motor pool maintaining evacuation vehicles than actually treating real patients or training perishable medical skills.
Following a review of procedures earlier this year, we believe the introduction of heath medics is the most practical solution to ensuring a rapid response and the appropriate medical attention for injured riders following a serious accident," said Jockey Club estates assistant managing director nick Patton yesterday.
Military occupational specialty (MOS) 68W10 is the Army designator for Soldiers who are Combat Medics.
According to IMEMC, the Israeli medic said he wanted to be clear in his message when he said, "to all who ask, when I got to the scene today in Jaffa Gate, I helped the wounded [Israelis], but not the hateful terrorist [Palestinian], although he suffered more critical wounds.
Medics hope that this research will help identify what causes recurrent miscarriages.
The medic responds by telling her that he "is trying to get closer to see what is happening, and you [the hotline] aren't helping me here.
United had three players red carded, two for allegedly punching a medics player during a melee after the game had been called off.
GAZA, Rabi'I 18, 1435, Jan 19, 2014, SPA -- Israel said it carried out an air strike on Sunday against a Gaza militant who it blamed for cross-border rocket attacks last week, and Palestinian medics said two people, including a 12-year-old, were wounded, Reuters reported.
Anyone who has spent time in hospital will know the unacceptably long hours these poor medics are expected to work.
Medics reported the 33-year-old woman was admitted to St Vincent's Hospital in Dublin with several new moles on her skin after having two treatments of the drug.