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  • noun Plural form of policlinic.

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Examples

  • The following services or institutions did not exist in the province: There were no dental clinics in 1958, there are seven now; no policlinics in

    INAUGURATION OF HOSPITAL IN MANZANILLO

  • In the just concluded 5-year period, four policlinics, one home for the elderly, one 20-seat dental clinic and one nursing school were built in the province and work is currently underway on the Manzanillo Polytechnical

    INAUGURATION OF HOSPITAL IN MANZANILLO

  • At this rate of social development, we require new housing units and new workers 'districts -- with all services including schools, child care centers, stores, policlinics, laundries -- and increased electrical consumption.

    FIDEL CASTRO'S ADDRESS AT MAY DAY CEREMONIES

  • And of course, since our needs accumulate everywhere, there is a year-end program for the organization of brigades for the construction of towns, schools, and policlinics.

    CASTRO INAUGURATES TOWN IN RICEGROWING REGION

  • These could exist independently, or, what is perhaps more practical, in association with hospitals, policlinics, or with social-welfare centres, which will be mentioned later.

    Robert Koch - Nobel Lecture

  • The radius of 50 meters shall apply to schools and school facilities, playgrounds and sports grounds, cemeteries, churches and healthcare institutions ( "hospitals and policlinics"), the mayor argues.

    The Czech Daily Word

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