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medic

(mĕd′ĭk)
n.
1. A member of a military medical corps.
2. A physician or surgeon.
3. A medical student or intern.

medic

abbreviation for paramedic.

medic

Medspeak-UK
(1) Doctor, physician.
(2) Non-surgeon, viewed from the perspective of a surgeon in the UK.

Military medicine
Aid man, combat medic, military medical corpsman. A non-physician member of a medical detachment who is assigned to a company, battery, troop, battalion, etc., and trained to give first aid and trauma care to the wounded on the battlefield and forward information about specific casualties to the battalion or regimental surgeon. Combat medics travel with troops and are protected under the Geneva Convention. While they carry a weapon, it is for self-defence or to protect the wounded under the medics’ care. Offensive use of the weapon results in forfeiture of the Convention’s protection.

MEDIC

minimum essential drug information checklist.
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50) Vease ULBRICH, MEDICK y SCHASER, Selbstzeugnis und Person, pp.
Posteriormente, en una obra monumental y emblematica en esta tematica, Kriedte, Medick y Schlumbohom (1986) definieron la proto-industrializacion como "la industrializacion antes de la industrializacion".
Medick, a pesar de los cambios en los enfoques que sugiere a los historiadores y de una explicitacion del papel de la teoria en Geertz, habla de antropologia historica, donde Iggers incluye a Marshall Sahlins tambien.
Nevertheless, subjects will be compensated in T-shirts, coupons and even gaming chips, "because it is Vegas," said Medick.
Business-society relations in BadenWiirttemberg are in some ways distinct from those in other regions in Germany (Schmitz 1992; Medick 1993).
AIT is black medick (Medicago lupulina), which is very common, especially on dry and light soils but it does produce masses of hard black seeds, so control should be carried out before the seeds ripen.
In an essay first published in 1984 ("Missionaries in the Rowboat") and reproduced here, Hans Medick expresses unhappiness with a (Euro)centrist perspective which made large processes (modernization, state building) the focus of historical attention while relegating to supportive roles the lives of the majority, mere auxiliaries in changes which rolled over them, and about whom we need not much concern ourselves.
In Peter Kriedte, Hans Medick, and Jurgen Schlumbohm (eds.
HANS MEDICK is a fellow at the Max-Planck-Institut fur Geschichte and a member of the History Department at the University of Gottingen.
of Lincoln University, PA; one step-daughter, Virginia Medick and her husband Christian of Harvey, LA; three brothers, Gary Miner and his wife Carol of West Brookfield, Robert Miner and his wife Elaine and Thomas Miner and his wife Linda of North Brookfield; one sister, Karen Parker and her husband Neil of North Brookfield; four grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association, 2006 Affermarket Financial Symposium, Hyatt Regency O'Hare, Chicago, IL, Susan Medick (301) 654-6664--September 26-27.
Alicia MAYER, The Heresiarch that Burns in Hell: The Image of Martin Luther in New Spain, en Peer SCHMIDT, Hans MEDICK (eds.