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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishveterinarianvet‧e‧ri‧na‧ri‧an /ˌvetərəˈneəriən $ -ˈner-/ ●○○ noun [countable]  American EnglishHBAMN someone who is trained to give medical care and treatment to sick animals syn vet British English
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veterinarianWith the advent of the College, veterinarians increasingly took over the treatment of horses and cattle.Charles Ruff, a Ciba-Geigy salesman based in Charlotte, regularly runs lunch-hour training sessions for veterinarians.Exporters will face extra charges for transporting animals inspected by independently nominated veterinarians, said junior agriculture minister Elliot Morley.Like human drugs, pet medicines are promoted by drug-company salespeople who call on veterinarians with brochures, posters and freebies.Ten consumer groups, along with some veterinarians and meat inspectors, are urging even tougher action.It was a move discounted by the state veterinarian.Personally, I have always felt that the best doctor in the world is the veterinarian.Sea World veterinarian Jim McBain said the calf is gaining strength and responding to treatment.
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