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Military medicine
adjective Capable of moving or being moved from place to place and designed to operate tactically in that manner.

Vox populi-UK
noun Cell phone.


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More Patency With Beta Radiation for In-Stent Restenosis in the Lower Extremity
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There's only been one flop - a cheesy ITV sitcom about yuppies called Downwardly Mobile, which limped through just one series.
Taking advantage of the interest in getting downwardly mobile is The Futon Company which has a wealth of experience and should be able to give good advice about what kind of futon will best suit your requirements.
Are the uncertain future of the small business remnant and the painful circumstances of the predominantly downwardly mobile not the long-term fate of many more outside the factory walls?
Below them, a segment of downwardly mobile working people found that their reduced job prospects and declining wages had placed them in the ranks of the working poor.
But why are all the stars of the downwardly mobile show quitting in such alarmingly high numbers?
And the winner of the most downwardly mobile man in pop award goes to Charlie Simpson.
Worse, those Baby Boomers will soon be retiring instead, and any benefits they receive will come at the direct expense of the comparatively small and downwardly mobile generations that follow.
AS the insanely repetitive blind auditions finally reached the end of the swivel-chair road, The Voice killed off the last desperate remnants of two downwardly mobile pop careers.