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- n. the practice of medicine
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Dr. John Moore, who gave up his medical practice in Glasgow a few years later to be tutor to the young Duke of Hamilton, got also L300 a year while actively employed in the tutorship and a pension of L100 a year afterwards. [
Divorce changed his plan of having a small-town medical practice and found him signing up for Starfleet Academy in the hope of finding a new dream.
In medical practice there is a concept called the teachable moment.
Indults for clerics to engage in medical practice are not ordinarily conceded until the bishop's testimony concerning the medical skill of the applicant and the want of lay practitioners has been considered.