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- n. An abbreviation of veterinary.
“Assemblyman Ruben Diaz Jr., the expected winner of the Bronx borough presidency, shook the Bronx political scene Wednesday by announcing he will name veter ...”
“The federal criminal trial of five veter an peace activists facing several charges was recessed until Monday after their jury announced late Friday they were unable...”
“April 30, 2008, two days after Workers Memorial Day last spring, a mammoth steel girder crushed to death a 61-year-old crane repairman who worked at ArcelorMittal in Burns Harbor, Ind. A 33-year-veter ...”
“Bush administration caught screwing Cold War veter...”
“Two of the veter - ans earned a special place in his affections:”
“He knew that the long and prosperous peace which contented most men was not to the liking of some of his knights, not the young men only, but the war veter ans, men who knew no other life but that of fighting.”
“Tanned by summer hunts, forearms scarred by combat training with the veter -”
“ The loose leaf was then removed, and a new one placed instead, in view of the year to come: "In fine vero anni non quicumque voluerit sed cui injunctum fuerit, quod verius et melius censuerit ad posteritatis notitiam transmittendum, in corpore libri succincta brevitate describat; et tunc veter scedula subtracta nova imponatur.”
“II, cxlii; Schultze "De Christ.veter. rebus sepulchr.",”
“I had not been many hours in Katun i veter when a good-looking Greek turned up, and asked the Franciscan's hospitality for the night.”
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