oculist


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oculist

[′äk·yə·ləst]
(medicine)
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If there was a specially trained oculist in Dublin they would custom make the prosthetic eyes for the children.
Amidst the Jazz Age entertainments of their America--from the lavish, opulent, vulgar, entertainments thrown by Jay Gatsby at his estate on West Egg to which nearly everyone comes yet nearly no one is actually invited, to the smaller scenes of labored festivity or furtive assignation-- the two veterans, in their shared experience of the war, frequently seem to stand as markedly apart from the scenes of postwar culture to which they have returned as do the disembodied advertising-billboard eyes of a long departed oculist, Dr.
The researchers discovered the document's initial 16 pages describe an initiation ceremony for a secret society that called itself the high enlightened oculist order of Wolfenbuttel.
But only minutes later was welcoming back Corr Point who led home a 1-2 for the Upper Lambourn trainer in the 1m6f handicap when outrunning stablemate Oculist.
Treating physician should be aware of the fact that all the cases of malaria with altered sensorium must undergo funduscopy by a trained oculist in order to detect even subtle retinal changes.
Michel parked his car on the other side of the boulevard, as was his habit, and crossed over, in this way passing the "frontier" (that's the word his neighbor, the oculist from the first floor, used) between the XVIIIe and the IXe arrondissements.
Setting up in practice as an oculist in Devonshire Place, 'close to the classical Harley Street' (M&A, 95), Conan Doyle failed to attract a single patient to cross his threshold.
Dr Amani Abu Ward, oculist, Medical Services, Abu Dhabi Police, said laser beam could cause retinal injury.
Soon after Moses's History we are informed that Podalius and Machaon son to Esculapius himself drew teeth and dressed wounds; Appolo was an Oculist.
Arthur Jacob's second son, Samuel, became an oculist in Melbourne, Victoria.
Jean Garrigue also tried and failed to write a full-length novel--about an oculist.
Matt was joined in the generous gesture by oculist Stephen Haddad, who volunteered to make a prosthetic eye, and optometrist Jeanette Yu, who would donate a pair of glasses.