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beep

noun A single detonation of a beeper.
 
verb To contact another person by portable pager—e.g., Dr. Kildare was beeped on rounds. Page is the more commonly used written form.

page

noun Medtalk A beep or 'detonation' of a pager/beeper verb To contact a person by voice over a public address system

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Abbreviation for polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.

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abbrev. p olya crylamide g el electrophoresis. see GEL ELECTROPHORESIS.
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Thereupon both arose, and the tall yeoman said, "We think thou art true, Sir Page, and meanest no harm, therefore we will guide thee to Robin Hood as thou dost wish.
Lord Montbarry turned the pages until he came to the next intelligible passage.
Coleridge, 'Lectures on Shakspere,' including the last two or three pages of the twelfth lecture.
All will be plain narrative only; and, indeed, when thou hast perused the many great events which this book will produce, thou wilt think the number of pages contained in it scarce sufficient to tell the story.
With the relation of this extraordinary circumstance, my reappearance in these pages comes to an end.
Dolittle seems to extend his hand from the page and grasp that of his reader, and I can see him going down the centuries a kind of Pied Piper with thousands of children at his heels.
Now the history says this page was very sharp and quick-witted; and eager to serve his lord and lady he set off very willingly for Sancho's village.
I have as much right to shoot them as the King himself," answered the page haughtily.
But they were carried forward- and you did not look at the other page.
RETURNING to the cottage parlor, I took a chair by the window and opened my pocket-book at a blank page.
The first thing we hear of him is that he was a page in the house of the Princess Elizabeth, the wife of Prince Lionel, who was the third son of Edward III.
It is clearly a reference to the words in a page of some book.