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metr-

, metra-metro- (mē'trō),
The uterus.
See also: hystero- (1), utero-.
[G. mētra]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

metr-

, metra- , metro-
Combining forms indicating the uterus.
See also: hystero- (1) , utero-
[G. mētra]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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July 2005: The design and construction contract of the Dubai Metro was awarded.
He hoped that PHA would complete its work at metro route by December 2016.
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The metro project is expected to start with 202 cars, and may be increased to 338 to meet possible future demand.
Employment expanded by 13 percent in the high-growth metros but only 1 percent in the low-growth group.
Tobyn Hughes, deputy director general of Nexus, which owns and manages Metro, said: "Our latest ticket machine improvement means that if you're at the station you can now get up to a year right here.
The company said that it has released Metro Studio 1 in conjunction with the release of Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview, which includes Microsoft's Metro theming for applications.
Metro acquired its initial stake in 2009 and has now paid EUR5.1m (USD6.6m) to Metro St Petersburga[euro](tm)s founding duo for another 36.5% in the Russian-language edition, the company disclosed in a press release.