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  • n. Plural form of gynaecologist.


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  • (Warning: contains word gynaecologists use which, while not actually vulgar, is inadvisable to use outside a medical context and is as such potentially NSFW) out!

    The ZehnKatzen Times

  • Other medical specialists such as gynaecologists and dentists are generally not found either.

    IPS Inter Press Service

  • She did not mock the quasi-Maoist and wholly deranged ramblings of his Green Book – "according to gynaecologists, women, unlike men, menstruate each month", is a typical example of Gaddafian prose.

    Lord Woolf's conflict of interest at the LSE | Nick Cohen

  • But it's Murphy's new series, the brilliantly macabre American Horror Story Mon, 10pm, FX that feels like the apex of all of this, as gynaecologists, high school and a heightened sense of old Hollywood glamour come together for a frankly bonkers haunted house tale.

    It's a good week for … Ryan Murphy

  • I sit in and gain a variety of terrifying and funny insights into the world of gynaecology: among them, gynaecologists are endlessly amused by ongoing evolutions in bikini waxing (as I always suspected).

    The race to discover Viagra for women

  • In a country of 77 million, there are less than a 150 gynaecologists and obstetricians.


  • You can study a system in depth without having to experience it in action this is the "most gynaecologists are men" argument: if you fix tractor engines, you just need to know how tractor engines work - you don't have to be a tractor.

    Mapping finalized

  • But all the gynaecologists she found asked for hundreds of dollars, which she could hardly afford.

    Syrian Women Learn to Mask Loss of Virginity

  • While some girls seek the help of gynaecologists to have their hymen surgically reconstructed, this practice remains prohibitively expensive and is undergone secretly because it is illegal.

    Syrian Women Learn to Mask Loss of Virginity

  • There are now more first time mothers between 30 and 34 than between 25 and 29, with insufficient obstetricians and gynaecologists for the ensuing complications.

    Archive 2007-11-01


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