Meaning of VETERINARY in English

VETERINARY

adjective

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

geriatric/veterinary/tropical etc medicine (= medical study relating to specific groups or types of illness )

Advances have been made in veterinary medicine, so that our pets are living longer, healthier lives.

veterinary surgeon

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

medicine

Harry Wilson, services to veterinary medicine .

His doctorate is in veterinary medicine .

It has been traditionally treated with indigenous veterinary medicine .

nurse

The glamorous Dawn - his veterinary nurse .

Why didn't Robert call on his veterinary nurse ?

They like to be in a large practice on the whole with other veterinary nurses .

officer

Whether or not she reported this condition to the divisional veterinary officer and showed him photographs, I do now know.

In 1979, 580 veterinary officers were employed by the service, but there are now only 337.

This evidence was available to the chief veterinary officer last December but never given to the Select Committee.

The chief veterinary officer , Jim Scudamore, said 45,000 cattle had now been slaughtered.

A little after 8.30am, Chris Williamson, a ministry veterinary officer , arrived.

Miriam Warburton, a divisional veterinary officer , arrived, and was in turn refused entry to the hen-house.

practice

Sophie, my dear, it's a veterinary practice .

If at all possible, prospective students should have prior experience of veterinary practice and of agriculture.

Coleman would probably have claimed that one of his greatest contributions to veterinary practice was the ventilation of stables.

profession

Many members of the veterinary profession sent the author information and photographs for inclusion in this history.

Smith expressed his typically extreme view that the appointment of Coleman was the greatest calamity the veterinary profession ever experienced.

In 1922 the membership was expanded to include the medical and veterinary professions .

And what was the Duke of Northumberland doing for two years investigating recruitment into the veterinary profession ?

Selection Process Each application is considered on its merits with a view to assessing fairly whether the applicant will enhance the veterinary profession .

school

In August 1769, eight years after it was opened, he enrolled as a student at the veterinary school in Lyons.

About 1773 he became junior professorial assistant to the professor of anatomy at Alfort veterinary school .

Why Philippos and Zoophilus failed to name Vial as the author of a plan to form a veterinary school is unknown.

Moorcroft was subsequently encouraged by John Hunter to acquire a training at the veterinary school in Lyons.

The same year saw the foundation of the veterinary school in Hanover.

Where was the nearest veterinary school ?

Prior to 1884, the various veterinary schools imposed their own preliminary examination in general education.

Alfort was described at that time as four miles from Paris, and Sewell spent a whole day at the veterinary school .

science

These include microelectronics, veterinary science , law, fire safety engineering and information technology.

Linton lists as his perceived audience undergraduates studying microbiology, together with both undergraduate and postgraduate students of medicine and veterinary science .

surgeon

In five years from 1796, Coleman furnished 44 veterinary surgeons to the army.

Esso said a veterinary surgeon was also standing by.

The treatment of tendon injuries in competition horses is much argued about amongst horse owners and equine veterinary surgeons .

Students of the College called themselves veterinary surgeons , and in time this became an accepted designation.

He was an outstanding veterinary surgeon , and obviously a man of enormous enterprise, daring courage and strong will.

As a veterinary surgeon I would never turn my back on a sick or injured animal.

Immediately contact your own veterinary surgeon and follow his/her advice carefully.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

About 1773 he became junior professorial assistant to the professor of anatomy at Alfort veterinary school.

And what was the Duke of Northumberland doing for two years investigating recruitment into the veterinary profession?

Down is involved in the manufacturing of veterinary pharmaceutical products.

Some have had pneumonia and others need veterinary attention.

Still, with veterinary bills and high-fat, high-protein diets to maintain, the burly, bearded Diehl is scarcely prospering.

The chief veterinary officer, Jim Scudamore, said 45,000 cattle had now been slaughtered.

The practices of livestock owners had not changed significantly with the spread of veterinary services and they too required more land.

This evidence was available to the chief veterinary officer last December but never given to the Select Committee.

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