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poll

(pōl),
The anatomic landmark in equids at junction between head and neck on dorsal top line between the ears. Area is subject to trauma. Historically, condition called p. evil was prevalent, a disorder arising from Brucella sp. infection of supraatlantal bursa; now rarely seen.
[M.E., fr. D. pol, head]

poll

(pōl)
n.
The head, especially the top of the head where hair grows.
v. polled, polling, polls
v.tr.
1. To cut off or trim (hair, horns, or wool, for example); clip.
2. To trim or cut off the hair, wool, branches, or horns of: polled the sheep; polled the trees.

poll′er n.

POLL  

Physician Office-to-lab link Lab medicine A system consisting of soft and hardware that links a physician's office computer to a diagnostic lab, so the results are transferred to the office when available in the lab
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The DPP primary poll samples will rely on landline home phone data from Chunghwa Telecom collected before April 2018 and will use SAS software to set up a polling software program.
New Delhi: Historically, exit polls have throughout the world been used to determine whether or not a particular political campaign was successful or not.
The former New Mexico governor climbed as high as 13 percent in September in a Quinnipiac poll, but failed to reach double digits in October or November, dipping to as low as 3 percent.
On the other hand, when those competing polls' attributes are modeled out in a single equation in a statistically significant manner, the component polls largely converge to the same results, laying the foundation for a more commensurable comparative platform and paving the way for more reliable and explainable outcomes.
"We especially need poll watchers in Democrat-controlled polling locations."
According to the EC, this violated Section 126A of Representation of the People Act that prohibits publication and dissemination of exit polls.
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For the final wrap, CHS sponsored a Gallup Organization poll of 301 top executives to find out which "business relationship" issues were most important to them.
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The poll found that 33 percent identified "greed and materialism" as the most pressing moral issue facing the nation.
In August, the Zogby International poll raised the number of battleground states from sixteen to twenty.