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round

Medspeak
verb To visit those patients for whom a physician is responsible.
 
Vox populi
adjective Without straight lines meeting at a corner or corners; not square.

round

verb To visit those Pts for whom a physician is responsible. See Rounds.

round

(rownd) [O.Fr. ronde]
1. Circular.
2. Spherical, globular.
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St 4: none St 5: none St 6: It was at that time, that the silence was largest And longest, the night was roundest, The fragrance of the autumn warmest, Closest and strongest.
Dipping The adidas Jabulani is the lightest and roundest ball in World Cup history - and many keepers have already been spooked by its wildly unpredictable movement.
Horse/Pony with Roundest Bottom - 1 Rachel Fielder (Barney), 2Megan Fletcher (Rodney), 3 Alfie Cooper (Blondie), 4 Molly Arthur (Treacle), 5 Katie Turner (Doodles), 6 Sarah Morris (Molly).
He was rewarded with a 3-0 win - Liverpool's first victory in the league since Boxing Day-despite the fact that, in some cases, he had the squarest of pegs playing in the roundest of holes.
It was determined by measuring the diameter of 1000 of the largest, roundest oocytes in the sections, and by measuring fresh oocytes.
I once had an argument with a colleague ab out the roundest word in the language (these things matter, honestly).
The vermiculite particles were the craggiest, the spheres the roundest, and the sand grains, says Melosh, were somewhere in between.
Bucky balls, also known as Fullerenes, after the architect Buckminster Fuller, are the roundest and most symmetrical large molecule known to man and are the largest symmetrical molecules known in the nanoscience world.
The Sun is nearly the roundest object ever measured.
The new ball is claimed to be the truest and roundest ever produced and, like the adidas Teamgeist ball of 2006, the theory is that it allows players of skill to impart spin to tip the balance of power between striker and goalkeeper in the striker's favour so producing more goals.