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houseman

A term of art referring to either a junior houseman in the UK, a pre-registration house office (PRHO) the first year of training after graduating from medical school, now known as Foundation Year 1 (FY1), or a senior houseman or senior house officer (SHO), the second year after medical school, now FY2.
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Close House man Lupton, meanwhile, relishes the fact he is making his debut in the PGA club pros' championship over the Jack Nicklaus-designed Heritage course at carden park.
The Fair Man wants to extend his noisy, successful fair, but his plans are hindered by the House Man who's hell-bent on protecting his home that's gradually sinking into the sand.
And to rub salt into the Diamonds' wounds, the most successful Rye House man over the back-to-back matches on Saturday and Sunday was Australian Davey Watt, a Newcastle rider in 2002 when the Tyneside outfit just failed to retain the Premier League championship.
A lot of people owe their lives to him,''insists retired paediatrician Dr Alun Morris, 67, who worked as his house man at Ysbyty Gwynedd in 1962.
We became housekeeper and house man for film stars and fashion designers, but we became home sick.
The Rye House man was up and OK but Edberg needed lengthy medical treatment on track and was eventually taken to hospital for work on a reported shoulder and back injury.
The Rye House man was excluded and, thankfully, Lyons able to walk away.
He said: "I'm looking forward to a bit of action after the house man.
Front of house man Nathan said: "I am delighted to be part of the team at such a forward thinking restaurant.
With his record, the record-breaking Pond House man is hardly accustomed to the role of the layers' saviour.
Dr Moody was a young house man in a large American hospital just at the time when medicine discovered that the newly dead could be resuscitated and brought back to life again by having their chests thumped, their lungs filled with the breath of others and high voltage electricity passed through their bodies.