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campus

(kăm′pəs)
n. pl. cam·puses
The grounds and buildings of an institution, especially a college or other institution of learning, a hospital, or a corporation.
The physical environment of a large medical center with multiple buildings; areas or sections that are located in the on-site complex of buildings are said to be ‘on campus’, while off-site affilitates of the medical center are said to be ‘off campus’

campus

The physical environment of a large medical center with multiple buildings; areas or sections that are located in the on-site complex of buildings are 'on campus', off-site affilitates of the medical center are said to be 'off campus'. See 'In-house. ', Off-campus.
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