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checkup

(chĕk′ŭp′)
n.
A general physical examination.

checkup

Etymology: Fr, eschec, acquire; AS, uf
a thorough study or examination of the health of an individual.

checkup

See Yearly checkup.
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The home checkup is free for Reliant Energy customers and will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.
1 and 4 reactors at the Genkai plant in Saga Prefecture -- enter scheduled checkups in December.
Every couple can potentially benefit from a Marriage Checkup, no matter how happy or distressed.
For the parents of the children who participate, the checkups also ease fears of dental visits.
Just in case, we would like her to undertake an X-ray checkup,'' Vice Grand Steward Toshio Yuasa said at a regular press conference.
Witoelar said the check is simply a follow-up to a checkup in April during which a joint hospital and presidential medical team stated Wahid's heart was in good condition for a person of his age.
The Financial Engines Retirement Checkup is targeted to participants age 50 and older who have their portfolios managed by Financial Engines.
5% of the respondents answered that they felt a need to do so, and others said that the screening was included in a checkup offered by municipalities (34.
Head circumference: Measure at every checkup between birth and 2 years.
And many who have no insurance came for a free health checkup.
A cover letter commends the member for getting needed care if it was received, and then the one-page Checkup Checklist health reportCocustomized individually to each memberCogives a "snapshot" of any remaining preventive care needs, indicating checkups that are overdue as well as any coming due in the next 12 months.
Cats and dogs will be available for adoption at the Fall Festival for $27 each, which includes the costs of spaying or neutering, the first series of vaccinations and a checkup by a veterinarian.