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medical officer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmedical officerˈmedical ˌofficer noun [countable]  a doctor working in the armed forces
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medical officerThere's a medical officer, a navigation officer, a communications officer.As a nurse, I shall also be acting as medical officer for the group.In addition to his duties as medical officer to the workhouse he was a magistrate and the coroner for the Borough of Bedford.Murderers, rapists and Charles Dance as Clemens, an ex-prisoner now medical officer, are her only companions.With only one medical officer on hand, their release took some time.London appointed the first school medical officer in 1890.
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