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medic:

see alfalfaalfalfa
or lucern
, 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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The contestants get treatment from the rodeo floor right up to the hospital with the Cowboy Medics - we couldn't provide proper medical support without them.
Also, all medics need to be afforded the opportunity to participate in expert-field-medical-badge (EFMB) training.
Both said that the medics who had been put on trial represented a "tiny" number of more than 2,000 doctors in the kingdom.
The six Bulgarian medics and a Palestinian doctor were arrested in 1999 and were accused of deliberately infecting more than 400 children with HIV in a Libyan hospital in Benghazi.
The whole story with our medics was a total racket.
The TC3 simulation provides tactical combat casualty care training that may be used by all military service combat medics and civilian first responders as well.
Salomon's patients and medics all made it out of the battle zone.
improved seating and restraints that allow two medics to treat patients while wearing safety belts (introduced because medics in today's ambulances often must ride unrestrained in order to take care of the patient);
The program is coordinated by EPIC Medics (Eliminate Preventable Injuries of Children), a non-profit organization of Paramedics and Firefighters dedicated to preventing childhood injuries.
The application, which takes advantage of XML and EDI technologies, creates an electronic pipeline allowing Micro Medics employees and its extended warranty partners a mechanism for communication and integration with disparate partner systems.
The devices, a re-usable intraosseous infusion device and a portable blood pack, will allow battlefield medics to provide a higher level of critical care to soldiers in the field.