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fel·low

(fel'ō),
A board-qualified specialist pursuing subspecialty training.

fellow

A physician who has completed medical school, internship and a residency, and is in fellowship, see there.

fel·low

(fel'ō)
A board-qualified specialist pursuing subspecialty training.
References in classic literature ?
"Watch her a moment," said Tarzan to the Englishman, "while I disarm that fellow," and stepping to the side of the young man whom Otobu was having difficulty in subduing Tarzan relieved him of his saber.
Tarzan, however, seized him and then the fellow turned upon him with teeth and nails.
Immediately Otobu sprang for the fellow and attempted to smother his words by clapping a palm over his mouth.
"I wanted to use that fellow in the other room," he said to Smith-Oldwick, "but I am afraid we will have to get out of here the way we came.
But thou livest hereabouts, mayhap thou knowest Robin Hood thyself, good fellow."
"No man shall see my warrant till I serve it upon yon fellow's own body."
"Ay, that will I give thee a song, my lovely fellow," quoth the Tinker, "for I never tasted such ale in all my days before.
"Why, yon same is a right stout fellow whom men hereabouts do call Robin Hood, which same--"
"But nought have I to pay thee with, good fellow," quoth the Tinker.
He has had a steward, a surly fellow enough, who, while I was away at school, boot-licked his way to favor until he lorded it over the whole house.
In the stable we heard no more for some time, as it was the men's dinner hour, but when Joe came next into the stable I saw he was in high spirits; he gave me a good-natured slap, and said, "We won't see such things done, will we, old fellow?" We heard afterward that he had given his evidence so clearly, and the horses were in such an exhausted state, bearing marks of such brutal usage, that the carter was committed to take his trial, and might possibly be sentenced to two or three months in prison.
The Nigerian Academy of Letters (NAL), the apex body of arts and literature, and an autonomous, scholarly and non-political state institution in the country, has elected nine new fellows into its fold.