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round

Medspeak
verb To visit those patients for whom a physician is responsible.
 
Vox populi
adjective Without straight lines meeting at a corner or corners; not square.

round

verb To visit those Pts for whom a physician is responsible. See Rounds.

round

(rownd) [O.Fr. ronde]
1. Circular.
2. Spherical, globular.
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St 4: none St 5: none St 6: It was at that time, that the silence was largest And longest, the night was roundest, The fragrance of the autumn warmest, Closest and strongest.
Over the ridgetops rises the fullest, roundest, most brilliant of moons: the moon that lit the balcony when Romeo wooed Juliet; the moon that shone under the feet of the astronauts who first walked there; the moon that glints over the flukes of humpbacks.
For one thing, the molecule had an undeniable aesthetic appeal: "It is literally the roundest of round molecules." said Smalley, "the most symmetric molecule possible in three-dimensional Euclidean space."
Elegantly holding his cigarette in its holder at arm's length, Bakul told them in his ripest, roundest tones, "What I feel is my duty, my vocation, when I am abroad, is to be my country's ambassador.
When Herzl first suggests off-handedly that Hitler enter politics, after the briefest of pauses, Grimm's eyes open to their roundest shape, and you can almost see the light bulb flashing above his head.
Birds Eye-Wall's offers only the roundest of estimates, which are massaged somewhat by marketing services like AGB.
Neither Tim Sherwood (right) nor Remi Garde - the squarest of pegs in the roundest of holes - and interim boss Eric Black could prevent last season's plummet through the drayman's hatch, but hope springs eternal at Spaghetti Junction.
New York, Aug 25 ( ANI ): Scientists behind the Avogadro Project in Australia have sought to create the world's roundest object.
Any minute now they will announce an award for the beach with the roundest pebbles.
The roundest knight at King Arthur's Round Table was Sir Cumference.
"They're saying it's the roundest ball ever but even the simplest touches seem to be difficult and there have been a lot of bad touches from players whose touch is usually spot-on.
Lustrous, light, and daring, the roundest of all balls, in spite of being very young, she soon became extremely popular because of the number of goals already chalked up (around six hundred), many in every game.