opthalmologist love

Definitions

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  • noun Common misspelling of ophthalmologist.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The first thing I spotted in this British edition of a book that has enjoyed enormous success in North America for some forty years, was "opthalmologist,"

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XVII No 4

  • And Mr. Rice Jonathan Hogan, the small-town opthalmologist who performs the surgery, is a man of squandered promise who is sure that operating on Molly will restore to him the high hopes of his lost youth.

    A Plight for Sore Eyes

  • An opthalmologist did emergency surgery on the day of the shooting to relieve the pressure, but wanted to wait until Giffords' stabilized before performing the repair, Lemole said.

    Gabrielle Giffords' husband willing to meet suspect's parents

  • Have your eyes checked by an opthalmologist for potential eye problems.

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  • To grasp just how rapid has been the rise of Rand Paul, it's worth thinking back to less than 2 1/2 years ago, when the Kentucky opthalmologist was, along with his other siblings, campaigning for his father, Ron Paul, in his long-shot but high-energy presidential bid.

    Rand Paul, back in the day: 'Crazy in a good way'

  • Oh, and after I talked to an opthalmologist and learned that most people blinded by this type of injury have a blurry sliver of sight left, I spent a lot of time walking around my house with my hands over my eyes letting in just one faint crack of light on the outside edge of my left eye.

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  • Written by a consultant opthalmologist (and brother of Hugh) with a love of art, here is a fascinating study of how visual defects affected many painters, sculptors, poets and writers throughout history and was thus reflected in their work in a variety of ways.

    The World Through Blunted Sight

  • Written by a consultant opthalmologist (and brother of Hugh) with a love of art, here is a fascinating study of how visual defects affected many painters, sculptors, poets and writers throughout history and was thus reflected in their work in a variety of ways.

    The World Through Blunted Sight

  • Written by a consultant opthalmologist (and brother of Hugh) with a love of art, here is a fascinating study of how visual defects affected many painters, sculptors, poets and writers throughout history and was thus reflected in their work in a variety of ways.

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  • Assad then settled on another son, Bashar, an opthalmologist then studying in Britain who quickly hastened home.

    Taking Assad's Pulse

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