surg.

surg.

abbreviation for
1. (Surgery) surgeon
2. (Surgery) surgery
3. (Surgery) surgical
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“SURG Restaurant Group's success is built on great partnerships, whether it's Ryan Braun and Aaron Rodgers or 8-Twelve in a dynamic setting like Bayshore,” said Omar Shaikh, of SURG. “Our menu will feature a variety of offerings for a range of customers, from those who enjoy a high-quality meal and dining experience to those who enjoy the experience of gathering with friends to watch their favorite team in action.”
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