Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

meric (merˑ·ik),

n chiropractic approach that emphasizes the HVLA, or thrust-oriented treatment of the third thoracic vertebra because it is believed to be the main center of subluxation.
References in periodicals archive ?
The hard-left Parti de Gauche warned of "the fascist horror which has killed right at the heart of Paris", while friends of Meric called his death "a political murder".
Meric, however, admitted workers are not given enough "empowerment".
8220;We at Somebody's Mother's Chocolate Sauce are excited to have Ruth Meric join our team,” said Lynn Lasher, president of Somebody's Mother's.
However, after the introduction of the Euro, correlations between national and European market returns increased significantly as indicated by Meric and Meric (1999), Chung and Lai (1999), Worthington, Katsuura and Higgs (2003) among others.
According to Meric, back in 2008, when consumers' buying power was already under pressure, the company redirected its R&D efforts to provide the general market and select partners with smart ingredients that do more for less.
After Visiter, we had a lot of options for which direction to go, but I knew we wanted to make a rock record," says Meric, who brings the outfit to Birmingham's Glee Club on Tuesday.
Adult Intermediate: 1 Adnan Al Alawi (Al Khalidiya Maikaela); 2 Hussain Al Busta (Bashtisha); 3 Ahmed Al Alawi (Tyson); 4 Abbas Al Guraifi (Balisano); 5 Joanna Meric (Bollywood).
OGrady and his wife Meric of Orlando, Florida, three daughters; Erin M.
I hdn't won in Europe for two yers, lthough I won twice in meric lst yer, but it's gret to come bck nd win," he sid.
Sara Meric in honor of Rabbi David and Rachel Isaac
WATFORD: Foster 7 - Doyley 6, Carlisle 6 (McNamee, 37mins, 7), Mackay 7, De Meric 7
The day concluded with a public roundtable conference `Learning from the past for the sake of the future', moderated by Swiss radio journalist Lison Meric.