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- n. A protective plastic gown worn by a surgeon when performing surgery.
- n. Any medical uniform consisting of a short-sleeve shirt and pants.
- n. Plural form of scrub.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. protective garment worn by surgeons during operations
Sorry, no etymologies found.
So, now that scrubs is going to carry on for another season, what will the ninth season of the medical sitcom look like?
Bazell is a medical intern, who was spending a usual night shift in scrubs as his book was at the center of an fierce bidding war between eight publishing houses.
UMC hospital -- reported to security that Jacob Cruze was seen in scrubs as recently as 3 days ago.
It's absolutely amazing in scrubs and I can't wait to try it in candles soon.
I use them in scrubs and some soaps and they add color and nice texture.
Making these scrubs is SUPER easy and isn't time consuming.
A dinky little singer was blasted in a Matamoros hospital in December for irritating some cartel guys, so murder among the scrubs is not an innovation in crime for Mexican gangsters.
EAGLEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!! rita totally agree with both you guys. scrubs is an awesome show, one of the best for sure but too much of a good thing becomes bad. it should end by people saying "oh i wish it never ended" and not by "oh thank god its over, that was getting nowhere ..."
Lammme. scrubs is the best. it should go on forever.
MySpace annonymous lol omg im so sad that scrubs is ending true scrubs fan
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