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dry field

A colloquial term for a bloodless surgical field in which the surgeon's vision is not obscured.
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I watched him wave his line over the dry field the following morning.
Six22 has revolutionized the healthcare marketing world since its inception just over three years ago, bringing a fresh style and trendy content to what has been a bland and dry field. Based out of its New York City offices, Six22 has been turning heads with its quick rise, with an ever growing nation-wide client portfolio.
It has information on charting and diagnosis of pulpal conditions; surgical procedures for maxillofacial treatment of temporomandibular joint disorder, bone reconstruction, implant placement, and other disorders; tooth eruption and exfoliation; digital radiography; smile makeover with tooth reconstruction, gingival reductions and augmentation, implant placement, and other cosmetic procedures; and new isolation of restorative sites methods with new matrix placement and dry field illuminators.
Gearing her information toward a target market of fresh graduates and young professionals, the writing is furnished by colorful illustrations and delves into the personal and human aspects of an otherwise dry field.
On our walk through the field we have been following a black hose and now arrive at a sprinkler standing in the middle of the dry field. The men inspect the sprinkler and Juan Carlos makes a few minor adjustments to get it working better.
The short-tailed shrew is usually most abundant in moist and wooded areas, whereas the least shrew, unlike most other shrews, is found in dry fields. At Goose Pond, the least shrew was found in greater numbers than the short-tailed shrew; this is probably due to the previous agricultural and dry field history of the area.
No-till sowing performance under dry field farming conditions, In the 7th International conference on development of dry fields - ICDD, 14-17 September, Tehran, Iran.
Mr Jones said some of the things that would qualify for points - such as creating a pond in a dry field - were simply daft.
That was a very dry field with no personality at all," said Rosa in regards to his stint in accounting.
"Happy birthday," she said, and we walked together through the dusty, dry field.
In addition, the RFID tags were exposed to dry field conditions, wet and cold storage environments, warehousing, store racking, and hand deliveries to the store shelves.