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- n. A student enrolled at a medical school, who is training to become a medical doctor.
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- n. a student in medical school
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Bianchon had been a medical student lodging in a squalid boarding house in the Quartier Latin, known as the Maison Vauquer.
The poem is the soul-history of the great medical student who began life so brave of aspect and died so miserably at Salzburg: but it is also the history of a typical human soul, which can be read without any knowledge of actual particulars.
His name was Sasha Gladky, a graduate medical student himself all the way from Leningrad University, and he joked and laughed about his wound, basking in the attention of the female hospital staff.
In 1804 a determined University of Pennsylvania medical student named Stubbins Ffirth tried to settle the question.
Berguson greeted each team of surgeons and anesthesiologists by name, explaining that he had a medical student candidate trailing today.
It would take a young PhD and dedicated medical student to slowly begin to turn the theory of horror autotoxicus upside down.
For a long time, she sat there regarding the beet, looking at it with optimism, misgiving, wonderment, bewilderment, and slight disgust, like a beginning medical student confronting her first anatomical drawing of a prostate gland.
You may have heard of Roger Bannister, the young medical student and amateur runner who, in 1954, was the first to break the four-minute mile.