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white coat

[′wīt ‚kōt]
(building construction)
The finishing coat in plastering.

finish coat, fining coat, finishing coat, setting coat, skimming coat, white coat

The final or last coat of plaster, which provides a decorative surface or a base for decoration, usually about to 3/32 in. (1.6 to 2.4 mm) thick.

white coat

A gauged lime-putty, troweled, plaster finish coat.
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I would like to confirm here that once you put on your white coat, you will be QU and CPH ambassadors.
1 Traditional attire: Traditional white coat with formal shirt and trouser for the male dentist and formal shirt and skirt for the female.
The students signed the pledge of professionalism and received the pharmacist's White Coat at the event.
To qualify for the White Coat of Quality award 2015, iPatientCare was required to:
Muscat: Oman's need for local physicians is increasing consistently even as the country lacks sufficient number of such medical professionals, Dr Yaseen Moosa Malallah Al Lawatia, Vice Dean of the Oman Medical College, emphasised at the White Coat Ceremony of the institution.
After 50 years, capping ceremonies have been replaced with the White Coat Ceremony.
TRIPOLI, Lebanon: The first snow of the season shed its white coat on Lebanon's highest summit Qornet al-Sawda Tuesday.
LAST SUMMER I ATTENDED A WHITE COAT ceremony at my daughter's medical school.
White coat hypertension is when a patient has persistently high blood pressure when a doctor's present but a normal one (below 135/85mmHg) when read at home.
I think back to my first day of medical school, to the white coat ceremony I'd attended with an eager anticipation of my life as a doctor.
It includes a review of patient and health care professionals' perceptions of the health professionals' attire and transmission risk, suggesting professionalism may not be contingent on wearing the traditional white coat.
Even if they don't admit that they care about those things, patients are picking the options of having physicians wear a white coat and having a traditional look," study author Dr.