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A UK term of art for:
(1) The register of patients for whom a GP (or the GP practice) is responsible for managing, which ideally is no more than 1700 per GP but in fact may be higher.
(2) The group of patients that are booked to see a particular consultant during an operating theatre list or clinic.

list

(list)
A series of words collected or organized on a specific principle.
[It. lista, fr. Germanic]
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Sir John," said the prince as he rode through the winding streets on his way to the list, "I should have been glad to have splintered a lance to-day.
Well now, I always said it," said Matthew, gazing at the pass list delightedly.
cried Isaac List rapturously, 'the pleasures of winning
Whatever he brings, it's halved between us,' returned Isaac List.
Thanks to the Medicare Part D plan pushed by the Bush administration and passed by Congress, however, low-income patients now have broader access to AIDS drug coverage, and people like Woods are coming off waiting lists as well as getting meds not covered by ADAPs.
Discussion lists are two-way lists that provide League members with an excellent way to share information or become better informed through an online discussion among list members.
The revised report lists and describes six methods of measuring corrugator roll wear.
There are two general types of e-Mailing Lists: announcement Lists and discussion Lists.
Intrernational lists can be especially tricky since they may not fit into conventional U.
Using the UIC and the Army Total Asset Visibility (ATAV) database, LOGSA can create at tailored pubs list.
After some checking, the officers told Nelson: ``Evidently the name David Nelson is on the terrorist list.
They do this either to avoid being put on black hole lists themselves, to obtain a "friendly" email address, or to fool recipients about the source of the email.