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veterinary in Hospital topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishveterinaryvet‧e‧ri‧na‧ry /ˈvetərənəri $ -neri/ adjective [only before noun]  HBAMHrelating to the medical care and treatment of sick animals veterinary medicine
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veterinarySome 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.This evidence was available to the chief veterinary officer last December but never given to the Select Committee.Down is involved in the manufacturing of veterinary pharmaceutical products.And what was the Duke of Northumberland doing for two years investigating recruitment into the veterinary profession?About 1773 he became junior professorial assistant to the professor of anatomy at Alfort veterinary school.The practices of livestock owners had not changed significantly with the spread of veterinary services and they too required more land.