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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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A COVENTRY school is celebrating after being roundly praised following a double inspection.
The final version of the bill, which was roundly debated and reworked in the House and Senate education committees, dealt one notable blow to Bush.
England were roundly criticised for not changing their tactics to a wet- weather approach as the Edinburgh heavens opened, with Dawson copping much of that flak as skipper.
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New York Times reviewer Ben Brantley, not one to over-praise Stroman in the past (he roundly panned Steel Pier), in an over-the-top review said that the show deserved a Tony nomination, a sentiment I will second by predicting it will win at least one.
Whereas dismal television programs like Al Franken's Lateline or the atrocious Central Park West get canceled on the spot once it becomes obvious that the public hates them, TV ads that are roundly despised can hang around for months and months before someone has the good sense to pull the plug.
Although astronomers roundly criticized NASA for highlighting an extremely tentative finding, the stakes were admittedly high.
Of the conifers that could grow there, natives such as juniper and yew are hardly timber trees, and exotics like Sitka spruce are roundly disliked.
It roundly disproved the Cold War myths that equated capitalism with freedom and socialism with dictatorship, and it inspired idealists around the world.
Indeed, we submit that contingency fee audits are more inimical to the tax system's fairness than the use of quotas, which have been roundly and rightly condemned (and uniformly disavowed by Virginia and other States).
These programs--with such names as "Sex Respect" and "Teen Aid"--typically omit critical information about birth control and HIV/AIDS, contain outright medical misinformation, grossly overstate the supposed physical and psychological dangers of abortion, often have a religious bent, and have been roundly criticized by health and sexuality educators across the nation.