Smith's operation

Smith's operation

n.
A surgical technique for removing a cataract within its capsule.
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Detective Inspector Arwyn Jones, who heads Operation Scorpion, described Smith's operation as "not sophisticated" but very dangerous for the public.
Sue Smith's operation continues to go from strength to strength and she can take the jmc.
David Thompson, a key member of Denys Smith's operation for the past quarter-century, sent out his first winner since taking out a licence this May when Sovereign State took the selling hurdle under Declan McGann.
The big change in Smith's operation came in 1984 when an attorney in Chattanooga launched a Tennessee employment law newsletter.
He claimed he only went ahead with Mrs Smith's operation after she pressured him into treating her case as an emergency.
STEPTOE and Son meets the Bronte sisters: just when you think that Harvey and Sue Smith's operation high up on the crags of Ilkley Moor above Bingley is troublingly wild, comedy intervenes.
This acquisition strengthens DS Smith's operations in Spain, taking its market share to approximately 10%.
It is a US-based galvanizer and powder coatings business with fabricating activities, which are complementary to Hill & Smith's operations.