real miss

real miss

Gynecology A popular term for a pap smear of the cervix that was initially interpreted as negative which, upon re-examination, has obviously abnormal cells. See Pap smear, Undercall.
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"If Real miss some chances everything is possible, we have to believe, we have to try.
The Librarian is inspired by the author's own childhood introduction to reading - there was a real Miss Blackwell - this is a love letter to the power of stories and is completely captivating.
James Stanistreet will be a real miss, as he's scored a few runs; however, Laurie Robson is a capable replacement with the bat."
She was featured by Mashable in their series called The Real Miss America.
You are so beautiful, But you DONT PROJECT AS REAL MISS UNIVERSE!
"It was a real miss when James came off and we don't want him to be a long-term absentee," he added.
Dave is a retired heart surgeon and his passion in life (besides the real Miss Babbie and a house full of grand-fisher-children) is marlin fishing.
ry Warren 7 at back and going to be a real miss in the Cup Final.
He is going to be a real miss and if I could bottle him up then I would, but it's time for him to enjoy a proper retirement."
"I love to play dress-up," she says, "and this was the first time all of my friends got to wear real Miss America gowns.
The coincidence led to her being dubbed "the real Miss Havisham" by some sections of the New York media.
The context within the poem for this outburst is when "you (temporarily) shownup with a thing / you say's a poem and you / call it / 'Will the Real Miss Black America Standup?'" (Naming 17).