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May·o

(mā'ō),
Charles H., U.S. surgeon, 1865-1939. See: Mayo bunionectomy.

May·o

(mā'ō),
William J., U.S. surgeon, 1861-1939. See: Mayo operation, Mayo vein.

mayo

A regional term for either cocaine or heroin.
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But the Mayo Clinic researchers and other scientists believe ths issue has been laid to rest.
Then Mayo were denied a goal as Diarmuid O'Connor forced a splendid reflex save from Donal O'Sullivan.
One way Mayo is making tighter connections between research and patient care is with the creation of Mayo Clinic's three new centers: The Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, The Center for Individualized Medicine and The Center for Regenerative Medicine.
Though USC coach Tim Floyd said Wednesday that he planned on his star recruit only being at the school one year, Mayo indicated that two years is not out of the question.
Mayo had his pick of the top programs in the nation, so getting him is a coup for Floyd, who is in his second year as USC's coach.
phase of The Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet is a simple, straightforward two-week plan that encourages quick but safe weight loss that can help lower blood sugar.
Morrison said: "Galway have proven to be mentally stronger than Mayo in recent times - and that's why they won two All-Irelands.
Mayo reportedly was set to orally commit to USC at the Reebok ABCD summer camp in July.
The program includes information about the first and only dietary program developed by Mayo Clinic; interviews with a multidisciplinary team of highly respected physicians, dietitians, clinical psychologists and other medical experts, and success stories from people who used the diet to improve their weight and health.
Saw Doctors' Leo Moran and Davy Carton wished Mayo success before breaking into song, much to the delight of the packed theatre.
A high school source close to Mayo said the planned news conference by Mayo was a ``misunderstanding.