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medic:

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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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The Shiite medics, who have been in prison since October 1 after the Gulf kingdom's highest court upheld their prison sentences, called their action "The Lost Justice," and have stopped taking food and medicine, the lawyers said.
His work has subsequently been adopted across the Nato training programme for Afghan medics.
ASOLDIER who set out to train 15 medics from the Afghan Army has had his work adopted by NATO to aid more than 200,000 people.
The Medic Loan from UNB offers a solution by providing SMEs with the much-required cash to manage their day-to-day needs as well as their expansion plans.
"The combat medic is the first line of medical aid on the battlefield and is supported by the entire military and Veterans Affairs health care systems," Maj.
Deployed North Carolina Army National Guard medics recently raised more than $800 to support the DAV through a haunted clinic at Contingency Operating in Base Basrah, Iraq.
Marie tried to get his plate back from the policeman, who bit off the former's finger," the medic pointed out.
Systolic blood pressure in the MEDIC group fell by 7.3 mm Hg from a mean of 134 mm Hg at baseline, compared with a 1.7-mm Hg decrease in the usual-care group.
So, why not have female medics? The historical argument has been that female medics should not be in line units because they would distract infantry Soldiers and would not be able to keep up physically.
Cheryl and the other medics from the team are often on the streets.
That is leveraged interdependent en route care: starting with that Army medic, with that Navy medic at the point of injury, entering into our system, and then moving back to more definitive care ultimately back to Walter Reed, Bethesda, Brooke Army, Wilford Hall, Navy-Balboa--where truly amazing care is available and employed every day as General Reimer (former U.S.
"Medic has a reputation for strong service, and we'll continue providing that to its customers and pharmacy patients," he says.